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2019-20 Tax & National Insurance Rates

All of the necessary UK Income Tax and National Insurance rates and allowances for the Income Tax year 2019/20 – fiscal year ending 5th April 2020.

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2019 Tax Rebate

Do you believe that you are due a Tax Rebate? Would you like to see if you qualify for a Refund with an estimated amount? You can use our Tax Rebate Calculator and find out how much you are owed if so…

What Can You Claim As Self Employed?

What Expenses Can Be Claimed When Self-Employed? If you are self-employed you are probably wondering what expenses you can and cannot include in your Tax return to claim back a Tax rebate. Here we have a summary that may help you along the way. To ensure you receive the best possible Tax rebate it is essential to keep a record of all your earnings and expenditure. This can be done by using a cashbook or our mobile app. As a general rule, you should keep these records for a minimum of six years.

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2018-19 Tax & National Insurance Rates

All of the necessary UK Income Tax and National Insurance rates and allowances for the Income Tax year 2018/19 – fiscal year ending 5th April 2019.

15 Reasons Why You Could Be Due A Tax Rebate

Tax refunds are great, everyone loves a Tax rebate from HM Revenue & Customs. In many situations overpayments of Tax occur without the Tax payer knowing, or even HMRC having any knowledge. Because of this, they never get paid but get swallowed up by the Tax office over time. You don’t even need to register for a UTR number to get one either.

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2017-18 Tax & National Insurance Rates

All of the necessary UK Income Tax and National Insurance rates and allowances for the Income Tax year 2017/18 – fiscal year ending 5th April 2018.

17 Actionable Tips for New Business Startups

All of the necessary UK Income Tax and National Insurance rates and allowances for the Income Tax year 2016/17 – fiscal year ending 5th April 2017.

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Tax Relief for Opening Year Losses

Are you aware you can claim large Tax refunds when you have lost money in the earlier years of trading? Find out how much you could be entitled to.

2016-17 Tax & National Insurance Rates

As we’ve passed the end of the 2016-17 Tax Year, we thought it would be appropriate to share the relevant Income Tax Rates that apply for the year ended 5th April 2017. These rates apply when preparing and calculating your Tax payable (or repayable) on your self assessment Tax return.

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