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Chattels and Capital Gains Tax

A chattel is an item that is a “tangible, moveable property”

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Wait! Don’t write off that inter-company loan just yet…

Many related businesses or groups of companies will often have a series of inter-company loans to and from one another in order to provide finance on an informal basis with more flexible repayment terms.

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Company Cars and their CO2 emission levels

Cars are not treated as qualifying plant and machinery for capital allowance purposes and therefore they have their own rules in determining the level of allowances available.

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RTI Hot Hot Hot!!

Since April 2013 PAYE has had to be operated under Real Time Information (RTI); however a lot of employers are still receiving notifications from H M Revenue and Customs that they have not been compliant with RTI!

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Are you innovative enough?

Back in 2000, the government announced very generous tax breaks for UK SMEs undertaking Research and Development.

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