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Tax-free child care

Tax-free child care

HMRC is reminding parents that they may be eligible for Tax-Free Childcare (TFC) to help pay for Easter school holidays childcare costs. The TFC scheme can help parents of children aged up to 11 years old (17 for those with certain disabilities).

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What your tax code means

What your tax code means

Your tax code indicates your eligibility for the tax-free personal allowance. It includes various numbers and letters, each with specific meanings. Changes in your tax code can affect your personal allowance. Regularly checking your tax code is essential.

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Late night taxi for an employee

Late night taxi for an employee

Employers have a duty of care to ensure employee wellbeing, which can include providing transport home during unsocial hours. While usually taxable, a special exemption applies for occasional late work. However, tax relief doesn’t apply for voluntary late work, regular late work, or if the employer doesn’t reimburse travel expenses.

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Tax and employee share schemes

Tax and employee share schemes

There are a number of government approved share schemes which offer various incentives to employees. The rules of the schemes vary but they are all designed to help incentivise employees by giving them the opportunity to invest in their employer’s

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Tax Diary July/August 2024

Tax Diary July/August 2024

Navigate tax obligations with this comprehensive July-August 2024 Tax Diary. It outlines key dates for corporation tax, PAYE, NIC deductions, and CIS tax, helping to meet all deadlines and avoid penalties.

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Filing your tax return early

Filing your tax return early

The 2023-24 tax year ended on 5 April 2024 and the new 2024-25 tax year started on 6 April 2024. Most taxpayers will be happy to leave dealing with their 2023-24 tax returns until later this year or even until January 2025.

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Self-employed tax basis period reform

Self-employed tax basis period reform

The self-employed tax basis period reform has changed the way trading income is allocated to tax years. Under the reforms, the tax basis period has changed from a ‘current year basis’ to a ‘tax year basis’.

This means that all sole trader and

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