Price Bailey’s Taxes made easy 2019/20 guide is the ideal tool to help you find your way through the taxation maze.
Whether it’s the self-assessment regime, the tax treatment of investments, the impact on businesses, the effect on family finances or a whole host of other taxation issues, the up to date guide is packed with practical tax tips covering all the areas that may impact on you, including:
- the self-assessment timetable
- family matters
- tax rates and allowances
- running a business – employer obligations
- property matters
- disposals and capital gains tax
- tax and your investments.
This helpful guide to the tax world is designed to help you identify areas where you can take action. Written in an easy-to-understand style and avoiding jargon, it simplifies some of the more complex tax concerns and highlights planning opportunities as well as some of the compliance issues that you may need to be aware of. These issues include:
- the use of the Savings and Dividend Allowances
- annual rises in the taxation of company cars
- corporation tax rules on loans to shareholders
- timing of business capital expenditure to maximise reliefs, such as the increased Annual Investment Relief and the new Structures Building Allowance
- changes in tax relief of finance cost on buy-to-let properties
- the new 5% qualification rules for Entrepreneur’s Relief
- ensuring you are aware of the devolved income tax rules.
If you would like to find out more, you can download your copy of Taxes made easy 2019/20 from here. We always recommend that you seek advice from a suitably qualified adviser before taking any action; if you would like advice on any of the points highlighted in this year’s guide, contact Charles Olley, Price Bailey Tax Partner, using the form below.
We always recommend that you seek advice from a suitably qualified adviser before taking any action. The information in this article only serves as a guide and no responsibility for loss occasioned by any person acting or refraining from action as a result of this material can be accepted by the authors or the firm.