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Re: Overseas Employer – UK tax?

by Sally ¦ Sun Aug 17, 2014 12:58 pm ¦ Forum: OFFSHORE TAX, INTERNATIONAL TAX ,EXPAT TAX ¦ Topic: Overseas Employer – UK tax? ¦ Replies: 3 ¦ Views: 2666

If your employer has no UK presence, they have no obligation to operate a payroll and take the necessary tax from your pay. However if another UK business is benefitting from the work you undertake in the UK, that business may be deemed to be your employer for UK tax purposes and that deemed employe...

There is an alternative to filling in a tax return each year and paying tax under self-assessment. If you are an employee or a pensioner, and your income is taxed under PAYE, you may be able to pay the tax due on the rent through your employment or pension without the need to complete a tax return.I...

Late filing penalties can be cancelled if you have a ‘reasonable excuse’ for filing late. You should file your tax return before making your appeal against the late filing penalties. Initially you make your appeal to HMRC. The appeal should normally be made within 30 days of the penalty notice being...

Re: New companies,organisations and Corporation Tax

by Sally ¦ Sat Aug 16, 2014 5:59 am ¦ Forum: CORPORATION TAX ¦ Topic: New companies,organisations and Corporation Tax ¦ Replies: 3 ¦ Views: 1873

When you set up a new company or organisation that's liable for Corporation Tax you must: • Tell HMRC your company or organisation is 'active' within three months of starting business activity • Pay any Corporation Tax that's due on time and electronically • File a Company Tax Return online for each...

It is not essential to have a firm to obtain a refund for you. You can do it yourself. Visit “How to claim a refund” on the HMRC website at http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/incometax/refund-reclaim.htm. If you are unsure what to do, phone HMRC on the taxes helpline 0300 200 3300. However if you can afford to ...

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