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News and advice by HaesCooper – the latest news affecting you and your business from HMRC and other sources.

Date: 20th April 2017 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Personal Tax Updates & Information
If you have more than one paid job you could be paying too much NI. In theory HMRC should check and repay what's due to you, but often that doesn't happen. How can you get your money back and stop overpayments in the future? NI – the hidden tax It's easy to think about NI contributions as a minor cost, but nothing could be...
Date: 20th April 2017 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Company Tax Updates & Information, Personal Tax Updates & Information
You've introduced homeworking for your staff. They'll need PCs which you're happy to provide, subject to them making a contribution for personal use. But would it be more tax efficient for employees to buy the equipment and you reimburse them? Use of an employer-owned asset As a general rule, employees are taxed on perks...
Date: 20th April 2017 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Company Tax Updates & Information, HMRC Updates
Employers are under the cosh again. This time it's for in-year interest charges on late PAYE payments. What steps can you take to avoid them? Changes. In April 2013 RTI radically changed the way employers report payroll and CIS data to HMRC. With it came the threat of penalties for not submitting reports on time. These...
Date: 20th April 2017 | Post by: HaesCooper | Category: Company Tax Updates & Information
The new employment allowance (EA) could cut your NI bill by £2,000. HMRC recently published its guide on how and when you can claim it. What's the full story? Last year we told you about the EA which employers can set against their NI bills starting from 6. There's now more information on the terms and conditions and, most...