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Taxation of Jointly Owned Property 2020
17/02/2020, by Tax Insider, Tax Articles - Property Taxation

There are two ways by which more than one person can own a property, either as: "Joint tenants" - whereby each is deemed to own an equal share (e.g. three "joint ... Continue Reading

Loan Charge: Update on the Update
21/01/2020, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - Business Tax

Lee Sharpe considers the latest update on the Loan Charge, announced 20 January 2020. HMRC has updated its guidance on the Loan Charge. The updated guidance may ... Continue Reading

Tax implications of unlawful dividends
17/12/2019, by Tax Insider, Tax Articles - Business Tax

It is often more tax-efficient for private, family companies to pay dividends to shareholders rather than a salary or bonus especially if the shareholder is a basic ... Continue Reading

Conditions for Furnished Holiday Lets
10/12/2019, by Tax Insider, Tax Articles - Savings and Investments, Pensions and Retirement

Written by Jennifer Adams for Tax Insider For tax purposes the operation of a furnished holiday let (FHL) is not a business, rather, it is deemed to be an income ... Continue Reading

Tony Margaritelli gives us an update following the recent government announcement about easing lockdown.