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Tax in 10

A series of short broadcasts on tax topics of interest.

As professional accountants and tax advisers we get lots of questions from our clients about all the developments that go on in both the personal and corporate tax world.

We have put together a series of up to ten minute informational videos, to help you stay up to date with particular tax topics that might be of relevance to you.

An Introduction to Tax in 10

Pre Year End Corporation Tax Considerations

This Tax in 10 session gives some pointers as you approach your accounts (and corporation tax) year end.

Short Term Business Visitors

This Tax in 10 session gives some pointers with short term business visitors.

Social Security For Cross-Border Workers

This Tax in 10 session gives some pointers with social security for cross-border workers.

Self Assessment Tax Returns

This Tax in 10 session gives some pointers with self assessment tax returns, ahead of the filing deadline on 31st January.

Property Investment

This Tax in 10 session gives some pointers with self assessment tax returns, ahead of the filing deadline on 31st January.

IR35 & Off Payroll Workers

This Tax in 10 session gives some pointers regarding the new IR35 rules that will be operating from April 2020.

Pre 5 April Tax Planning

This Tax in 10 session gives individuals some pointers, along with planning opportunities, to help manage their tax affairs ahead of the tax year-end.

Inheritance Tax (IHT) Planning

This Tax in 10 session gives some information about IHT planning and what reliefs are available, to assist you in planning to reduce the burden of the tax on an estate; whether it be your own or that of a family member.

Making Tax Digital

This Tax in 10 session gives some pointers for making tax digital for VAT, including the common issues surrounding the topic and changes that will be implemented soon.

The UK Patent Box

This Tax in 10 session gives some pointers on how innovative and technology companies can benefit from electing in the UK Patent Box, which gives a reduced rate of corporation tax for profits derived from patents.

Personal finance during COVID-19