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Q&A - can I spread my tax bill?


Last chance to change your tax code

The end of the tax year is in sight and with it the opportunity to obtain additional tax relief for 2018/19 through your PAYE code. Why should you make a special effort to review your tax code now and what steps can you take to change it? More...


Beware HMRC’s double accounting

HMRC’s dynamic tax codes were supposed to improve the accuracy of PAYE. But they’ve been plagued by problems, the latest of which could see you paying the same tax twice. What’s the full story? More...


More trouble with PAYE code numbers

We’re seeing a lot of reports, especially from director shareholders, that tax codes for 2018/19 contain deductions not previously made. These will result in a higher PAYE tax bill. What’s going on? More...


New year tax code warning


HMRC is demanding tax sooner

Earlier in 2017 important changes were made to the rules which determine how HMRC demands and collects tax. The effects of these are only now being seen. What are the changes and how might they affect you? More...


Can tax underpayments reduce your tax code?

One of our subscribers recently received his tax code for 2016/17. It includes a deduction to collect tax for an out of date year. While HMRC seems to be using this tactic more frequently, do the rules allow it? More...


What’s new with 2016/17 tax codes?

HMRC is working out 2016/17 tax codes ready for issue in early 2016. Changes to dividend and other investment income tax rates, plus a new system for taxing benefits might mean radical changes to your code. What’s the full story? More...


New tax codes on the way

If you receive benefits in kind as part of your remuneration package you can expect to receive a revised tax code sometime in the next month or two. Why, and what figures should you be checking when it arrives? More...


HMRC tax codes still showing errors

Throughout February and March most directors will receive new tax codes. The trouble is that many of those we’ve seen contain incorrect figures. What are the key areas you should be looking at when checking your code? More...
Last updated: 26.05.2020

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