Archive for November, 2010

Fancy winning some cold, hard cash for Christmas??

Christmas always makes us feel both festive and generous so we’ve launched a new UK tax competition. We’re giving away Christmas cash gifts to a few lucky UK customers. Yes, that’s right, not only could you be getting a healthy tax refund back, you could...

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Anyone need some cash for Christmas shopping?

Christmas always makes us feel both festive and generous so we’ve launched a new UK tax competition. We’re giving away Christmas cash gifts to a few lucky UK customers. Yes, that’s right, not only could you be getting a healthy tax refund back, you could...

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4 Year Plan – Silver lining to the dark cloud?

There are few happy faces to be seen on the streets of Dublin today as reactions of the Irish people to the 4-year plan announced yesterday by the government are clearly evident across the country, with polls reporting that 61% of the people do not...

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HMRC back in the spotlight

“The only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about.” – Oscar Wilde It’s doubtful HMRC would agree with the sentiment; its had more than its fair share of coverage and lately and is back in the news today and not in...

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National Insurance Contributions for the self employed – just another tax?

Self employed individuals pay Class 2 National Insurance Contributions (NICs) at a flat weekly rate (currently £2.40), irrespective of profits, and Class 4 NICs on business profits in excess of £5,715. Class 4 NICs are generally perceived as tax under another name, as they are...

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Irish Government Four-Year Plan Update

The Government has unveiled its four-year plan today, revealing the harshest budget measures in its history. The plan seeks to cut €15bn worth of spending and includes tax-raising measures by 2014, €6bn of which will take place next year. The overall aim is to return...

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UK Round-up

We’ve been a little quiet of late owing mainly to the paper filing deadline on 31st October. For those of you that missed that deadline, all is not lost: you can still file electronically until 31st January. Better still, let us take the pain out...

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