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Don't overlook the tax year-end deadline

10 March 2016

The tax year-end deadline could offer some opportunities to maximise tax reliefs and allowances. A short review of circumstances could lead to some useful benefits.

A prosecco-popping Budget for middle earners?

08 March 2016

Much has been made in the press over the possibility that the Chancellor may be planning to raise the higher rate threshold more quickly than planned. This is good news for middle income earners - the very people he’s hoping to woo in the lead up to the EU referendum. Now there’s a coincidence…

Buy-to-let investors: options if caught by the new tax changes

17 February 2016

6 April 2016 heralds the start of a series of changes for buy to let property owners, as previously reported, but what are the options going forward?

Pre-tax year end planning for property owners

09 February 2016

The end of the tax year is fast approaching and, with new rules coming into force from April, those thinking of buying a new home or becoming a buy-to-let landlord better get their skates on if they want to save themselves some tax…

Pensions: after 6 April 2016

20 January 2016

The government has announced significant changes for those with high income saving into pension plans. What are the options after 6 April 2016?

Not filed your tax return yet? Read RSM's last minute tips...
Gary Heynes

13 January 2016

RSM is warning taxpayers that have yet to file their tax return for the 2014/15 tax year not to get too comfortable.

January deadline: do not ruin your weekend!

05 January 2016

This week we learned that tens of thousands of people submitted their tax returns over the Christmas break.

Do HMRC think you're simple?

25 November 2015

The future of tax collection – dream or digital nightmare?

Taxing times set to continue for wealthy individuals

17 November 2015

With the Chancellor unable to raise funds through the tax credit system as planned, it’s likely that he’ll look to the high-earners to make up some of the shortfall. Wealthy individuals have already been hit hard by tax changes over the years, and it looks business owners, high-earners and non-doms could be falling under the Chancellor’s steely gaze once again…

Another review of the income tax and national insurance system?

28 October 2015

The OTS has launched a new consultation looking at the ‘closer alignment of income tax and national insurance’. But the idea of merging income tax and NI has been doing the rounds for nearly a decade – so what’s changed? Well now the government is asking a slightly different question - alignment not merging. So could there be a whiff of change in the air at last?

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