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How do I carry back a loss to a previous financial year on a CT600?
If you want to carry back a tax loss from the current year and offset it against a previous year's profits, you'll need to adjust and resubmit the previous CT600. If the loss is from an accounting period ending between 24 November 2008 and 23 November 2010, you can carry it back for three years. ...
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How do I pay HMRC?
You can pay HMRC by several methods which are listed below with links to the relevant page on HMRC's website: Same or next day: Online or telephone banking CHAPS (Clearing House Automated Payment System) Debit or Credit Card online (You won't be able to pay with a personal credit card...
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How is the reduction of my personal allowance calculated?
The general rule when working out a reduction in personal allowance is that if your income is greater than £100,000, your allowance will be reduced by £1 for every £2 over £100,000. For example, if your income is £110,000, your personal allowance will be reduced by £5,000. The £100,000...
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How do I complete a tax return for someone who has died?
If you are completing a return for someone who has died, there are two alternative methods of completion depending on the actions that have been completed in communicating with HMRC. If you have called HMRC and advised them of the death and informed them that you will be acting as a personal...
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Which UK ties do I need to enter for non-residence?
If you're claiming non-residence tax you need to enter your UK ties in box 12: SimpleStep mode – go to Residence and remittance > residence and remittance continued and enter the amount in the box labelled How many ties to the UK did you have in 2014–15? HMRC Forms mode – go to...
rating 15 Jun, 2016 Views: 16731
How do I offset Capital Gains Tax losses?
Any unused Capital Gains Tax losses from previous years that are carried forward have to be used against the first available capital gains. This means that you can reduce your capital gains to the yearly allowance amount (£11,100 in 2015-16) and carry forward the remaining losses. TaxCalc does...
rating 22 Mar, 2016 Views: 16588
What's the deadline for my self-assessment tax return?
For the tax year ending 5 April 2018, the deadlines for self-assessment tax returns are: 31 October 2018 – paper. 30 December 2018 – online if you owe less than £3,000 and want it collected through next year's tax code. 31 January 2019 – online. If you miss the deadline you'll be...
rating 22 Nov, 2018 Views: 15972
Tax Rates and Allowances
Please select from below: Income Tax National Insurance Contributions Working and Child Tax Credits Child Benefit and Guardian's Allowance Tax Free Savings Account Fuel Benefit Charge Van Benefit Charge VAT Capital Allowances Corporation Tax Authorised Mileage Rates Pension Contributions...
rating 19 Apr, 2018 Views: 14919
"Can't open this file. There's a problem with the file format" when trying to print preview in TaxCalc using Windows 8/8.1
You might get the following error message instead of a pdf preview window when printing from TaxCalc using Windows 8 or 8.1: Can't Open this file. There's a problem with the file format This could be caused by one of two issues: Adobe Reader isn't installed. Adobe Reader isn't the latest...
rating 28 Oct, 2015 Views: 14602
How much tax will I pay on my state pension lump sum?
Your state pension lump sum is taxed at the highest rate charged on other income received in the year. For example, if the highest rate of tax you pay is 20%, you'll pay 20% tax on the lump sum. You won't pay tax on a lump sum if your taxable income (excluding the lump sum) is less than your...
rating 25 Feb, 2015 Views: 13380

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