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Self Assessment for Dividends taken in March 2017
on 20/01/2019 21:36, by leodir

Hello All, I am new to this forum - I have a doubt about paying income tax for dividends from March 2017. I had taken a loan from my limited company in March 2017, with the intention of paying it back in less than 9 months. Unfortunately I could not pay it ... Continue Reading

Gift subject to immediate IHT?
on 20/01/2019 17:00, by pjbp

Since 2000 i have been living in UK and i emigrated on July 2015. So in total 16 years. I am dutch national. I left before the new non dom rules came in place (15 years out of 20) so am i correct that i am still a non dom and not deemed domiciled? I will gift ... Continue Reading

CGT on withdrawals from A&M trust
on 20/01/2019 16:45, by impphil

My children (2 of) are beneficiaries of an A&M trust set up by their grandfather in 2004 for his 3 grandchildren. My children would now like to their shares of the trust transferred to them, or sold and transferred to them. We received some questionable advice ... Continue Reading

Reduce my Tax rate from 40% to 20% ??
on 20/01/2019 14:45, by wazzer1969

Hi I currently earn £60,000 a year and pay 40 % Tax on part of my earnings, I was told that come 6th April 2019 the new TAX Fresshold for paying 40% will be only if you earn over £45,000 a year, anything less will be 20% Tax. I currently contribute to my works ... Continue Reading

Report USA Property Loss on Self Assessment
on 20/01/2019 10:55, by John1972

I would be extremely grateful for some assistance in completing the capital gains / losses section of my Self Assessment HMRC return for the 17-18 Tax Year. I purchased a house in Florida in 2007 for $260 000. A mortgage for $200 000 was taken out for the purchase. In ... Continue Reading

Cap Gains Tax
on 20/01/2019 09:02, by Careys

Hi I have tenancy in common on a house with my mother 95/5% The tenancy in common was taken out in 2006.We have now sold the house as I am the 95% owner do I have a CGT liability,as the house is worth less than it was in 2006? Regards Steve Continue Reading

Is tax shared equally?
on 20/01/2019 08:46, by lunar

Hi. My wife and I have a 50% share in two properties that we let out. I am a higher rate tax payer (40%). In order to reduce my tax bill can I (via a solicitor) include two of my children to the property ownership, so that all four of us would own a quarter of ... Continue Reading

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