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CORONAVIRUS - INPUT TAX

Coronavirus-related costs: what can clients reclaim in VAT?

The coronavirus crisis means that many of your clients will need to take out a new bank loan or overdraft. They might also need to make staff redundant and relocate others to homeworking or other sites. What VAT can they reclaim on the costs they incur?

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CAPITAL ALLOWANCES

Debunking clients’ preconceptions can lead to CAs savings

You believe a new client has substantial unclaimed capital allowances in respect of commercial premises. The client is convinced that these can’t be claimed due to previous poor advice and preconceptions. How can you help? More...

INHERITANCE TAX

Residence nil rate band: maximising the relief

The residence nil rate band (RNRB) means married clients could benefit from a combined tax-free inheritance tax (IHT) allowance of £1 million. There are conditions and the allowance is withdrawn for larger estates. How can clients maximise their entitlement? More...

CAPITAL GAINS TAX

Property business incorporation: planning and traps

A client with a significant property portfolio is considering incorporating their business. What are the key considerations and are there any traps to avoid or tax planning ideas you can suggest? More...

CORONAVIRUS - CAPITAL GAINS TAX

Can clients cash in on worthless shares?

With the pandemic taking a heavy toll on businesses across the UK, your investor clients will likely have taken a hit on their share portfolios. But could this mean that they can secure a tax refund to cushion the blow? More...

BUSINESS ASSET DISPOSAL RELIEF

Dilution protection elections: valuing the shares

Your client is a minority shareholder in a company whose shareholding has recently been diluted to below 5%. They are considering making an election to lock in the 10% tax rate. How will the shares be valued, and what trap can you help them avoid? More...
Last updated: 02.07.2020

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