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Latest NMW compliance issues

The national minimum wage (NMW) and national living wage (NLW) increased on 1 April 2019. Your clients have been careful to ensure that workers are paid at least the new relevant amount. But how could they be at risk of breaking the rules despite the uplift in pay?

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Tax planning with minor children and the family company

You act for a second-generation family company that wishes to bring minor children into the business. Can the children become shareholders? Is it sensible for them to do so and, if not, is there a better option? More...


Are enquiry-related professional fees deductible?

You spent a considerable amount of time dealing with an enquiry into a client’s tax return. This has now closed and you’ve issued your fee note. Your client wants to know if the extra costs will be deductible from her self-employed profits. What’s the answer? More...


Dilution protection elections - how to benefit

The Finance Act 2019 introduced two new elections to obtain entrepreneurs’ relief where an individual’s stake in their personal company falls below 5%. How can you secure this valuable relief for affected clients and when is the tax due? More...


Top slicing relief refunds?

The First-tier Tribunal has indicated that HMRC’s method of calculating top slicing relief is incorrect. What is the issue, and what might it mean for clients? More...


Payroll year end - what’s still to be done?

The 2018/19 tax year is now over, but your clients’ reporting obligations for it are likely to need completing. What still needs to be done, and what in particular should you be careful to look out for this year? More...
Last updated: 25.06.2019

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