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if you are wondering whether you can claim higher rate tax relief through Self Assessment on Workplace Pension Contributions, we have just published a guide on the subject.If you have any further questions on the subject please contact us and we'd...
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We've updated our seafarer's tax return checklist for 2016-2017. Please have a read through as it contains all the information we require in order to complete and submit your 2017 Tax Return.  If you could just check through the list and send on d...
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If your partner does not have sufficient income to be liable to pay tax AND you only pay tax at the basic (20%) rate then it is possible for your partner to transfer part of their allowance to you. Unfortunately we cannot do this for you as your partne...
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We have had a number of enquiries for concerned clients regarding the introduction of a Scottish rate of income tax from April 2016. This will have no effect whatsoever on the Seafarers claim and so all our Scottish resident clients will still be able ...
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If you are resident in an EU or EEA country and working for a UK company, paying UK income tax, you can now claim the seafarers allowance, also known as the 100% claim. Originally the Revenue stated that this could only be claimed for the 2011/2012 tax...
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If you are employed in the offshore Oil industry, from the 6th April 2008 you need to be aware that we now have to look more closely at your sea service to ensure that you still have a valid claim to Seafarers Earnings Deduction (SED). In order for ...
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There has been comment that there has been a change in the way in which SED claims are treated by the Revenue. It is being claimed that the Revenue have changed their view on what constitutes a day out of the UK. I can tell you quite categorically that...
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