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How do I register as an agent with HMRC?
To register for online filing as an agent with HMRC you'll need an Agent Reference Number. Apply to your local tax office or apply online via the HMRC Online Services if you're overseas. Once you've received your Agent Reference Number, follow these steps: Go to the New user page on the HMRC...
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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...
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How do I complete a return for a foster carer?
Use HMRC Forms mode to complete a tax return for a foster carer. Refer to the HMRC helpsheet on foster carers to guide you through the tax return as it gives useful scenarios and advice on calculating tax liability. Instructions on completing the self employment pages are on page 2 of this...
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How do I make a claim for Enterprise Investment Scheme disposal relief?
You can make a claim for Enterprise Investment Scheme disposal relief in SimpleStep mode: Go to the Capital Gains section. Go to the Asset Details screen and enter the details. Tick the box Tick box if you are claiming Entrepreneur's Relief or any other reliefs or elections for this asset...
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How do I send my tax return to TaxCalc?
In some cases when you have a query, the TaxCalc support team may need to look at the entries on your return. You can send the return by following these steps: Open the tax return. Click on Help in the top menu. Click on Send Return to TaxCalc. Complete your details for Your name, Your...
rating 19 Sep, 2018 Views: 11638
Who is considered a connected persons in Capital Gains?
In Capital Gains, a connected person is: your husband or wife or civil partner (but see the notes on page CGN 5 of HMRC's Capital Gains Summary Notes on transfers of assets between husbands and wives and civil partners) your brothers and sisters, and your spouse’s or civil partner’s...
rating 18 Mar, 2016 Views: 11599
What's the difference between personal allowance and Class 4 NIC rates?
Your Class 4 National Insurance contributions (NIC) for any tax year are based on your profits for that year. For 2017-18 you pay: 9% on annual profits between £8,164.01 and £45,000 2% on any profit over £45,000 You pay additional contributions on the difference between your personal...
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When will TaxCalc 2019 be available?
TaxCalc 2019 will be available in late March. We'll let you know when you can update your software and this will depend on which type of customer you are. In all cases, you won't be able to file your return until after 6 April 2019. This will cover the year for 6 April 2018 to 5 April 2019. ...
rating 28 Feb, 2019 Views: 9797
How do I enter R&D expenditure on my CT600?
When you make a claim for research and development, you need to enter figures for information and computation adjustment. You can do this in SimpleStep or HMRC Forms mode, as follows. You may also need to make a claim to surrender any losses. CT600 2015 form SimpleStep mode Go to CT600...
rating 21 Mar, 2019 Views: 9483
How do I increase/decrease my payments on account towards the following tax year?
You can't increase payments on account towards the following tax year – you can only reduce them. You can choose to pay more on account, but HMRC will only ask for the payment on account calculated in your statement. To reduce payments on account, please follow the below instructions: HMRC...
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