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How to claim expenses: for doctors and dentists

In the course of your day-to-day work, there are various costs you may need to cover. Just like any other employee, doctors and dentists are entitled to tax relief on certain expenses. Claiming relief on every expense possible may seem a tedious and time-consuming task, but it’s important to remember if you’re looking for ways […]



Getting ready for self-assessment

At this time of year, the 31 January deadline for self-assessment can seem like a distant future. With plenty of time before your tax return is due, it could be tempting to put off any thought of it for the time being. But as the months go by, the last thing you’ll want after celebrating […]



Charity annual return 2018: what’s changing?

You might have heard about the upcoming changes to the 2018 charity annual return, but are you prepared for the new questions? The Charity Commission has published some of the questions it will include, giving charities time to get ready before the return is made available by the end of August 2018. Certain questions will […]



A tax saving – which is not an April fool!

The first of April is traditionally a time when people can be spun a line, but this 1st April marked a tax saving that is not a hoax. The corporation tax rate has reduced slightly from 20% to 19% in line with plans which were publicised a while ago. With a further reduction in the […]



Spring budget changes

This year’s spring budget had relatively few provisions, but the announcement that Class 4 national insurance, paid by self-employed people, will increase has provoked a storm of headlines as well as more nuanced comment. The argument provided by the Chancellor is that the benefits secured by the different forms of national insurance (Class 1 for […]