on 20/01/2019 21:36, by leodir
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
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
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
on 20/01/2019 14:45, by wazzer1969
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
on 20/01/2019 11:44, by marshall211
I am a Canadian citizen living / working in Toronto, Canada. I will be permanently moving to the UK in 3 months’ time.
I have funds in Canadian RRSP (Registered Retirement Savings Plan) in Canada and I plan to withdraw those when I become a resident of ... Continue Reading
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
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?
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on 20/01/2019 08:46, by lunar
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