Archive for the ‘UK Tax’ Category

HMRC to target UK Landlords with undeclared rental income

HMRC estimates that up to 1.5 million landlords may be underpaying £500 million in tax every year and has subsequently launched the ‘Let Property Campaign’ to encourage voluntary disclosures of undeclared and under-declared rental income. The issue of undeclared rental income has been an ongoing...

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UK Budget 2014 – The Update

In the year before a general election, the UK Budget tends to include an element of political spin, to ensure the party (or parties under the current coalition government) in power keep any swaying voters on their side. This year was no different and after...

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You’re due a tax refund! Or are you?

At taxback.com, we’re always alerting people to the most recent tax refund fraud schemes that are going around. Sometimes, these emails are even sent to members of our tax team, who of course, immediately report the email to our worldwide tax team, as well as...

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UK Self Employed Tax Deductions

The UK Self Employed Tax Return Filing Deadline is coming up on January 31st, so with many people rushing to finish their tax returns and avoid fines, we’re here to let you know about some of the most common tax deductions you might be eligible...

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Tax relief on uniforms for HM Forces Officers

The Ministry of Defence has announced that from 2014, serving officers of HM Forces will get a tax free allowance to pay for the cost of cleaning their uniforms. Some employees, who are required to wear ‘special’ clothing or uniforms in their jobs, are entitled...

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Win prizes with Taxback.com’s ‘Tell a Friend’ programme

If you’ve filed your tax return with us, then you’ll know how quick and simple it is. We always suggest you recommend us to any of your friends who also need to file a tax return, but did you know you can win prizes for doing so?...

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Google in the spotlight again for questionable tax reporting

Recent arguments concerning the way in which Google reports its income tax have developed between the company and members of the British Parliament. Google’s European headquarters is in Dublin, and any purchase or transaction must go through this office rather than various destinations. Concerns about...

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