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A technical glitch in government systems means some taxpayers have received inaccurate payment reminders, and not paying the correct amount of tax you owe can result in fines.
There’s a fairly well-known list of former-tradespeople-turned-famous-actors – from Arnold Schwarzeneger, a bricklayer in a former life, to Harrison Ford, who used to be a carpenter.
2019 looks set to be a turbulent year for the UK, and self-employed people will be on the front line.
If you’re self-employed, whether you run a business or work as a freelancer, you’ll usually need to fill in a Self Assessment tax return each year.
January can be a busy time for personal trainers and fitness instructors. But how exactly can you win – and retain – clients making New Year’s resolutions?
We’re now more than seven months on from the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline on 25 May 2018 – how confident are you that your small business is fully compliant?
Personal resolutions are a hot topic this time of year, but what about making some New Year’s resolutions for your business in 2019, too?
It’s that time of year when lots of people talk about personal New Year’s resolutions, but it’s also a great opportunity for you to reassess your business aims and objectives if you’re self-employed.
Self Assessment tax returns are stressful enough at the best of times - but what if you’ve filed yours and realise that you’ve made a mistake?
The 2019 loan charge is coming on 5 April 2019, but peers have blasted the retrospective tax in a comprehensive enquiry.