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  • £38million of tax overpayments refunded

    Newsletter issue – March 2024 Have you overpaid on your pensions tax? HMRC has released information showing that £38million worth of repayments were issued to thousands of savers (aged 55 and over) in the final quarter of 2023. More than 12,000 reclaim forms were processed. In the main, it was individuals accessing their pensions flexibly…Read More

  • Budget to bring tax and mortgage changes?

    Newsletter issue – March 2024 It's nearly that time again when the Chancellor of the Exchequer rises to his feet to address the House of Commons to deliver the latest Budget. This Spring announcement - set for 6 March - is earlier than typical, with a General Election looming sometime later this year, in all…Read More

  • Scammers target self-employed with fake tax refund promise

    Newsletter issue – March 2024 A surge of bogus tax refund phishing scams is feared by HMRC officials. The Government body has warned self-employed people to watch out for fraudsters who are likely to want to target the 11.5 million or so who have just recently sent in their Self-Assessment tax returns. Scammers will attempt…Read More

  • Record Self-Assessment returns, but estimated 1m miss deadline

    Newsletter issue – March 2024 The record number of taxpayers submitting Self-Assessment tax returns was beaten in January, it's been revealed, with a new high of 11.5million being reached. That's quite some number! But, judging by the figures HMRC released, somewhere between 0.5million and 1.1million failed to send theirs in by the deadline of 31…Read More

  • March Questions and Answers

    Newsletter issue – March 2024 Q: I am thinking about buying some cryptocurrency but before I do, I wanted to understand the tax implications. What do I have to declare in terms if I do go ahead? Is it taxed in the same way as my income? A: Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, for example) has become a…Read More

  • March key tax dates

    Newsletter issue – March 2024 1st Due date for Corporation Tax payment for companies with a year-end 31 May 6th Chancellor announces Spring Budget 19th For employers operating PAYE, this is the deadline to send an Employer Payment Summary (EPS) to claim any reduction on what you'll owe HMRC 22nd Deadline for employers operating PAYE…Read More

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