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What does the HMRC Payment “NIERS” on my payslip stand for?

Employers National Insurance Contributions are paid by all businesses in the United Kingdom on top

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PAYE Settlement Agreement

With reports that employers are rewarding employees who have performed above and beyond

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Mortgage for Buy-to-Let Ltd Company

If you are considering getting a Mortgage for your Ltd. company to hold your Buy-to-Let, this

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Claiming Capital Allowances on purchase of commercial properties

Understanding taxes and claiming refunds and benefits can be confusing when you're a business

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Tax implications of grants received from the government

After the unprecedented impact of the coronavirus pandemic on individuals and businesses

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Property development: Converting houses into HMO’s

The process of converting your dwelling house to an HMO varies according to the council in which

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Popular tax breaks start-ups should be aware of

Nobody wants to pay more than required in taxes. And, while the tax system contains numerous

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CT61: Paying interest to individual lenders or directors

Many businesses will require investment from their directors at some point, whether for start-up

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Penalties for not telling HMRC about SEISS grant over payments

In March 2020, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a support package for those people that are

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Apply for Refund of Additional 3% Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) Surcharge

The Stamp Duty and Land Tax (SDLT) rules have become increasingly complex over the years. This often

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HMRC Suffers Another Defeat In Key Employment Status

As per the latest judgement made by the upper tribunal, HMRC lost in its appeal against the football

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COVID-19 Mortgage Payment Holiday

Recently, we have seen that the spread of Coronavirus pandemic has impacted the whole UK economy.

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