Personal tax planning

April 2019 Loan charge legislation - Hope for thousands that the Treasury will reconsider their immoral retrospective taxation

The Retrospective Loan Charge legislation is causing massive worry to tens of thousands of tax payers affected and lobbying of MPs by many of those affected has forced the government to accept a review necessitating a report back to Parliament by 30th March

Is it worth taking dividends any longer in 2018..19 or should we stick with remuneration from now on?

Is it worth taking dividends any longer in 2018..19 or should we stick with remuneration from now on?

Landlords who suffer higher rate tax - Remember to factor in the cost of the tax changes from 5th April

Landlords who suffer higher rate tax - Remember to factor in the cost of the tax changes from 5th April 1918, where only 50% of the mortgage interest you pay will be restricted to basic rate tax relief of 20%

"URGENT - Pensions changes gone mad" - higher earning doctors need to be aware of the additional cash flow implications in January

The new rules affecting pension savings in the 2016/17 tax year could have unexpected cash flow consequences in January 2018 for our higher earning doctors.

How the tax system works - an interesting moral in the story

An amusing tale about what happens when the wealthy get attacked by the media etc

Clumsy cynical attack on entrepreneurs by George Osborne

Let's persuade George to listen and avoid any cynical arrogance in attacking this country's wealth creators

PRESS RELEASE - 18 March 2015

19th March 2015

Hidden Budget bombshell means that businesses and families in Eastbourne will have to pay £2,556,279,900 extra tax to help balance the country’s books

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NO PAYSLIP - HOW DO I PAY MY TAX????

NO PAYSLIP - HOW DO I PAY MY TAX???? read what you have to do

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