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Emergency Tax Explained

Emergency Tax Explained

The world of tax can be a confusing place at times. For the most part we usually end up trusting our employers and the tax office to get it right but now and again something crops up that we really need to be aware of. Emergency tax is one of those things. What is emergency

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Investing In Shares

Investing In Shares

There was a time when investing in shares was seen as the realm of the yuppie. However, times change and these days investing in shares is much more popular. One reason for this is accessibility – the Internet has made buying and sharing shares a much less daunting prospect, now anyone with some spare cash

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what is emergency tax

What is emergency tax

If your wages are looking a little light this month, but you’re not sure why, it’s worth taking a closer look at your pay slip. It’s possible that your employer has put you on an emergency tax code because it doesn’t know which one you should really be on, meaning that you might have paid

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tax liabilities as a landlord

What are your tax liabilities as a landlord?

Once you start renting out a property, you will be expected to start paying tax as you would with any other business. Each businesses tax is worked out slightly differently – and your tax liabilities as a landlord takes into consideration the annual rent and your expenses. What expenses can you claim? All businesses have expenses

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tax liabilities as a landlord

How to save money on tax

We all have to pay some form of tax, but there are ways in which you can save money on tax. This guide shows you some of the best ways of reducing your tax commitments. Check your tax code This might seem simple, but most people don’t pay attention to their tax code. However, if

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Inheritance Tax – The Basics

Inheritance Tax – It’s funny how two words in the same phrase can evoke such different emotions. ‘Inheritance’ brings with a frisson of excitement and anticipation at the prospect of an unexpected windfall. And then there’s the word ‘Tax’, that speaks of money being snatched from beneath your nose by the government. Bitter sweet it may

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