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Kids are back to school next week.If you have children in private school, that big invoice for the first term will be due for payment. Bank of mum and dad is set for an assault yet again!As much as private education is an investment into a child's education and future, the p...
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What is an SPV?

February 28, 2019
If you're in the property world either looking to invest in a project or involved in developing properties for a profit, then you've probably come across the term 'SPV'.SPV stands for 'Special Purpose Vehicle'. When used in the context of a property deal it essentially is a ...
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It's that time of the year when the kids are about to break up for the holidays - which means that the bank of mum and dad is set for an assault yet again! Whether it is activities during the school holidays, childcare, tuition fees and related university living costs or pr...
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A friend has an idea for a small business startup and wants you to help fund it. You’re interested, but is it more tax efficient to do it through your company or use your own cash?  What is tax efficiency? Putting money into a new company is nearly always risky, but d...
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If you’re a serial entrepreneur you might have two or more directorships, each of which pay a salary. This sometimes results in excessive NI charges. Is there a legitimate way to dodge this?  NI - the hidden tax It’s easy to think about NI contributions as a minor c...
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Most tax exemptions are capped for each tax year, but the inheritance tax gifts-out-of-income exemption is different. How can you make the most of it?  IHT exemptions Compared to income tax and capital gains tax, inheritance tax (IHT) has a rather meagre annual exemptio...
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Varying profits can play havoc with cash flow, especially when it’s time to pay corporation tax. Changing your company’s accounting date can help, but when are you allowed to do it? Company law When you form a company Companies House automatically sets the date to which ...
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Pooled company cars are tax and NI free for the employees who drive them. However, HMRC closely scrutinises any claim for pool car treatment. What key conditions should you impose on the use of a car to keep on the right side of HMRC?  Is a pool car a perk? Pooled compa...
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HMRC doesn’t consider all homes to qualify for capital gains tax private residence relief. If you move into in a property which you previously let, what steps can you take to increase your chances of qualifying for relief? Private residence relief A property that has, even...
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Of course you have ! It's that time of the year again when income tax is due for business owners after the tax returns have gone in.  Despite the amount of income drawn, it always feels like too much has gone to the taxman. You are probably left thinking if there was so...
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