• MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    A Simple Guide To Help You With HMRC’s Self Assessment Deadline Update

    Just like last year, HMRC has made a few changes in the coming Self Assessment deadline. However, these changes aren't like the previous year's. If you're planning to file your tax return for 2020/21, This is everything you should know! What HMRC reported January 6 of 2022 was when HMRC

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  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    No Late Filing Penalties For Online UK Tax Returns

    Today, HMRC Has Announced That Will Not Charge: Late filing penalties for those who file online by 28‌‌ ‌February 2022.Late payment penalties for those who pay the tax due in full or set up a payment plan by 1‌‌ ‌April 2022. This will give customers additional time if they need it and will

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  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    Non-UK Residents And Non-UK Domiciles: The Best Of Both Worlds

    As vaccinations become widely available around the world, the reopening of borders will follow and so will an influx of individuals into the UK. If you, and your loved ones, have been enjoying the best of both worlds working whilst earning income in the UK as a non-UK resident landlord,

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  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    Disregarded Income For Non-UK Tax Residents

    One of the challenges of filling in a non-UK resident tax return is knowing what you need to report, and what you don’t. If you, or your loved ones, are a non-UK resident but have UK rental income and savings income you need to ask yourself, “Do I need to

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  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    Non-UK Tax Residents: Who Says You Need To Make A Tax Return?

    In the UK the onus is generally on the taxpayer to tell HMRC if you think you need to make a tax return. If you, and your loved ones, have been working, or living, overseas for extended periods of time then you will probably be non-UK resident for tax purposes.

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  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    Do You Need To Bother Making A Tax Return As A Non-UK Resident?

    As vaccinations become widely available around the world, the reopening of borders will follow and so will an influx of individuals into the UK. If you, and your loved ones, have been enjoying the best of both worlds working whilst earning income in the UK as a non-UK resident landlord,

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  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    Non-UK Residents Tax And Stamp Duty

    Buying a house is a big deal. Britain is a nation of home owners so buying one, or more, houses is common compared to Europe and other parts of the world. If you or your loved ones are non-UK residents then buying a house in the UK entails knowing the

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  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    Making Non-UK Resident Tax Digital

    The world of business is undergoing digital transformation, this includes tax. Making tax digital is an important part of HMRC’s plans to make it easier for you, and your loved ones, to get your non-UK resident tax right and make it easier to make your tax return and pay your

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  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    Non-UK Tax Residents And Temporary Non-Residence

    There are many reasons why you, and your loved ones, may find yourself resident or non-resident for tax purposes in the UK in any given year. Flexpatriate work assignments, Covid, health or family responsibilities can place you temporarily in the UK, or temporarily overseas. With a change in priorities the

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  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    Non-UK Resident Tax: Examples For Guidance For Your Tax Return

    There is a lot of guidance available for non-UK resident taxpayers on HMRC’s website, and elsewhere. Some of the guidance available includes examples that are intended to help you and your loved ones to calculate your annual non-UK resident tax return. Save yourself time, money and stress and ask a

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  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    How To Save Tax As A Non-UK Tax Resident

    No one likes to pay too much tax. Making mistakes in your non-UK resident tax return, or simply not being aware of tax changes, can mean you and your loved ones overpay tax as non-UK residents. You can spend your time carefully calculating your non-UK resident tax bill every year

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  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    Tax And Good Business

    Good tax advice means good business. Whether you are a UK resident or a non-UK resident, if you are running a business and earning income in the UK, you must pay tax in the UK. If your UK business has been hit by the Covid 19 crisis then there may

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  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    A Simple Guide To Help You With HMRC’s Self Assessment Deadline Update

    Just like last year, HMRC has made a few changes in the coming Self Assessment deadline. However, these changes aren't like the previous year's. If you're planning to file your tax return for 2020/21, This is everything you should know! What HMRC reported January 6 of 2022 was when HMRC

    Read more ››

  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    No Late Filing Penalties For Online UK Tax Returns

    Today, HMRC Has Announced That Will Not Charge: Late filing penalties for those who file online by 28‌‌ ‌February 2022.Late payment penalties for those who pay the tax due in full or set up a payment plan by 1‌‌ ‌April 2022. This will give customers additional time if they need it and will

    Read more ››

  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    Non-UK Residents And Non-UK Domiciles: The Best Of Both Worlds

    As vaccinations become widely available around the world, the reopening of borders will follow and so will an influx of individuals into the UK. If you, and your loved ones, have been enjoying the best of both worlds working whilst earning income in the UK as a non-UK resident landlord,

    Read more ››

  • MONEY & TAX - January 29, 2022

    Disregarded Income For Non-UK Tax Residents

    One of the challenges of filling in a non-UK resident tax return is knowing what you need to report, and what you don’t. If you, or your loved ones, are a non-UK resident but have UK rental income and savings income you need to ask yourself, “Do I need to

    Read more ››

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