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Getting money from online websites I own to my UK bank account

I recently moved to UK for a full time job, and I get my salary transferred to UK bank account, and automatically tax calculated. At the same time I own few websites and I get some money from these ...
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Small business tax dates, what is “the date” of a job?

I work to a tax year that starts on the 6th of April. I have a number of jobs which before this date are: "in the pipeline" i.e. in my order book work in progress finished not invoiced finished and ...
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63 views

US dividends double taxation for foreigners (UK)

I have read that the US government exercise a 15% (or even 30%, where the foreign country is not in the double-taxation treaty with the US) withholding tax on US dividends, if the shareholder is ...
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200 views

Is PAYE Mandatory for Making Salary Payments

I am the director of a limited company in England and Wales and am the only worker and shareholder. I understand that it is advantageous for me to draw a salary from the company and also take some ...
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UK Ltd taxation on stocks/bonds income and real estate rent income

If I got it, the main tax an UK Ltd has to pay is the corporate tax, which is about 20% of the total income of the company. This income include income derived from bonds, stocks, mutual funds ...
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116 views

Tax Benefits of Loaning to Loss-Making UK Company

I have a limited company in the UK that is, unfortunately, currently making a loss. The company has been loaned cash (about £2000) by myself but isn't making a profit yet and I have taken no salary ...
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180 views

Transferring large sums of money overseas

When transferring the past few years of savings from working overseas (over £25,000) to my account in the UK. This is my savings from income I received over the past several years while working ...
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74 views

Self Assessment UK - Goods and services for your own use

I'm a freelance web developer in the UK. I've only been freelancing for 5 months, and I am in the middle of completing my very first tax return (online). On the form there is a box for which you may ...
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Will I be liable for taxes if I work for my co. in India for 3 months while I am with my husband in UK

My husband has a temprorary assignment in the UK and I plan to accompany him . My company is open to let me work from home but are there any legal or personal tax implications and how long can I ...
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59 views

UK Expat with BVI company, can my company bank in the UK

I am about to leave the UK and travel constantly. I am a UK citizen but will become non resident when I leave. My business is run online and I need a business bank account within the EU to receive ...
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2answers
79 views

Do I have to pay tax both in NYC and England?

I work in London for an English company. I will move to NYC and keep working for the same English company for a few months doing researches to open a new business, and my boss would like to keep ...
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80 views

Tax implications of gift from UK to US

My grandfather is advancing in years and has moved in to an senior citizen's home. He has decided to sell his former home and distribute the proceeds between his descendants. He is a resident and ...
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46 views

As a UK entity, how to contract with a U.S.-based contractor? Implications for tax/VAT?

Being an organisation incorporated in the UK, if we wish to engage the services of a contractor living and working in the USA, what are the implications for e.g. tax and VAT? Do we need to pay the ...
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57 views

declaring payments to a credit card for a shared expense

Long story short: I was travelling abroad with work and we ended up with a large bar tab (over £1500 - don't ask). The company credit card was declined so I paid for it on my personal card. My ...
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239 views

Creating a Limited company while still fully employed

I am thinking of doing contracts instead of full time employment in the IT sector. I have researched that I can go Limited and employe an accountant for all the tax, payroll and dividends. I have not ...
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1answer
28 views

What exactly are the SEIS tax benefits and how can I use them?

I'm hoping that someone that understands the UK tax system better than I do can help explain in what way I can benefit from SEIS approved investments. I'm especially interested in understanding if ...
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1answer
375 views

How to Store Funds Generated through Gambling

I am developing an sophisticated automated betting application. Initial tests show that it is likely to operate well and at a profit. I am in full-time employment and pay full tax on my earnings. This ...
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208 views

UK self-employed freelancing in Japan. Who do I pay tax to on my earnings?

I am registered with HMRC in the UK as self-employed. In July I will be going to Japan on a working holiday visa. Whilst in Japan I intend to freelance remotely for companies in the UK and Japan. My ...
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1answer
73 views

How to pay N.I contributions when both employed and self-employed?

I make less than £6k a year from my self-employed work, and N.I is taken off my employment PAYE. Should I be paying N.I contributions for my self-employed work as well?
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1answer
78 views

Tax Self Assessment for (UK) Employees

I have a job with a company but rather than paying me through the PAYE system they want me to provide them invoices for my hours and then I am paid directly. I have a couple of questions about this. ...
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455 views

Buy To Let Mortgage For Relative - Tax Implications - UK

My sister is just coming out the other end of a messy and protracted divorce. She has 3 children and despite many legal actions there's pretty much no hope of getting any support from the ex-husband. ...
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1answer
96 views

UK self assessment : Declare kiddicare vouchers?

I'm trying to fill in my self assessment form for UK Tax. Now my P60 declares the figures of.. "Pay in this period" of "50k" "Tax in this period" of "12k" (Note figures have been changed) ...
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142 views

It it legal to enforce collection of an (incorrectly) estimated tax bill

I have a friend who used to be self employed, but is now in full time employment. this was about 4 years ago, and he never bothered to de-register for VAT. Now HMRC (via a collections agency) are ...
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1answer
52 views

Late payment of corporation tax UK

I am hoping to hear from anyone who has experience being a single person Ltd company in the UK who has ever paid their corporation tax late by prior arrangement with HMRC i.e. letting them know I may ...
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1answer
112 views

Which tax year does a bonus fall under?

If I have a bonus that relates to the 12/13 Tax year but was paid after 6th April 13, which tax year should I pay tax in?
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304 views

Tax Code of D0 and 944L

I was employed with company A from May 2011 till December 2012. I started a new job in January 2013 and the last pay that I got from Company A was on January 15 2013. The payslip stated that my Tax ...
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1answer
469 views

When does Irish Stamp Duty apply for UK investors buying Ireland domiciled shares?

Let us assume I am a UK resident with a UK-based trading account, considering to buy Ireland domiciled ETF shares, such as VWRL. I am confused whether I will have to pay Irish Stamp Duty of 1% or ...
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1answer
97 views

If I get cash compensation for my stocks (following a merger for example) does that qualify for capital gains tax?

This is the scenario. Say I buy some shares of a company X at a certain value. Some time after this, when I am still holding the stock, the company gets acquired by some company Y and as part of ...
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92 views

Are there tax implication on buying US stock while on a job transfer?

I work for a startup company in San Francisco and will be transferring to our London Office in April. Right now, I have vested a little over half of my allotted shares with the company, but have yet ...
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1answer
212 views

Paying UK tax when working remote for a US company

I'm currently employed by a US company and I'm working remotely from the UK (I'm a UK resident). In my previous employment tax was deducted automatically from wage however tax isn't being deducted ...
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1answer
385 views

How do I compare contract hourly rates with permanent/employed yearly rates, (in UK)

I am thinking of contracting, but do not know how to compare contract (inside and outside IR35) with permanent rates, within the United Kingdom (specifically England). So far I have considered: That ...
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2answers
1k views

What is the dividend tax rate for UK stock

I had purchased some UK stocks from London Stock Exchange. May I know, what is the dividend tax rate by UK government for UK stocks, on foreign investor (I am from Malaysia)?
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151 views

Is it possible to pay contracts using gold in the UK using legal tender gold coins?

I have looked around for this for ages and for obvious reasons, would be a very efficient means of paying bills without HMRC taking a cut (as long as I can't be attacked for Tax evasion). I have seen ...
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1answer
192 views

As a contractor - my right to substitution with IR35

Looking at IR 35 compliance : http://www.contracteye.co.uk/ir35_compliance_overview.shtml Substitution An important IR35 factor, you should ensure that your contract allows you to provide ...
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1answer
81 views

Cashing in a Self Selected Stocks & Shares ISA

If I wanted to cash in my ISA today, what taxes would I have to pay and what percentages would they be? I think that if the value of the ISA is about £10,600, only then would I have to pay capital ...
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1answer
124 views

Working out if I should be registered as self-employed in the UK

I have spent the past few evenings trying to work out what is the correct thing to do with regards to taxation in the UK for my set of circumstances. 9-5 I work for a company and am on PAYE. 5-9 I ...
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523 views

Bank statements - should I retain hardcopies for tax or other official purposes (or keep digital scanned copies)?

Should I retain bank statements hardcopies for tax or other official purposes? Or are scanned digital copies valid in such circumstances? I am a salaried employee with no other income and fairly ...
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2answers
267 views

What tax can I expect on US stocks in a UK ISA?

What are the tax implications of holding US stocks in a UK self-select trading ISA? Ordinarily I'd expect the UK-US tax treaty to cover any taxation issues, so that I'd pay the UK rates of tax. But ...
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1answer
801 views

Why does the fiscal year in many countries start in April?

I was just wondering why in the UK the fiscal year starts in April. Is there any historical reason for this?
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349 views

Do I have to pay a bank to release funds to my account or should they deduct what they need from the amount?

My girlfriend wants to transfer her inheritance of 1,000,000.00 from her bank in the United Kingdom to my account in the United States. Her bank says I need to send $9,600.00 to them; they said that ...
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2answers
87 views

How to handle recurring commissions from small business activity from a tax POV?

I'm operating a web-based service in the UK where I receive a commission every time a customer makes a sale through my service. What is the best way to structure a business or record income ...
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75 views

How to deal with VAT when traveling from US to Europe?

I am going to be traveling to Europe (Paris, London, and Rome) for the first time. I have only heard of VAT and I am not sure I truly understand it. What do I need to know about it and how do I keep ...
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504 views

Android Developer taxes in the UK

I'm living in the UK and doing some after hours experiments with Android OS. Some of my apps started getting money. I still haven't entered my bank details in Merchant account, so every time after ...
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1answer
145 views

US or UK based ETF Index funds for UK investor?

I would like to invest in ETF Index funds. Vanguard funds have cheapest MER, around 0.2% and it was my initial choice, but then I've learned about some tax complications which I still don't ...
3
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1answer
329 views

Can you use vouchers as tax free bonuses for employees in the UK?

Preface: My brother has now worked for several large banks that have given him vouchers for bonuses (or I believe they called them prizes) for reaching targets. Yet I can find nothing about this ...
3
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1answer
568 views

What is Remittance vs. Arising basis in Tax?

What is remittance and arising basis with regard to tax? From here: http://taxaid.org.uk/situations/migrant-workernew-to-the-uk/income-from-abroad-arising-basis-vs-remittance-basis Arising basis ...
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2answers
376 views

Net income graphed as a function of pre-tax gross income?

Background: both as a self-employed, and with a single-person company, the relationship between amount of money made, and post-tax net income seems non-trivial. Self-employed professionals have ...
6
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1answer
80 views

Tax due on foreign exchange element of share option program?

This is quite complicated and to be honest I'm not really expecting anyone to know the answer, but I thought it would be worth asking. Five years ago my (UK) employer's (French) parent company ...
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235 views

Is it possible to work out my P60 from my pay?

I paid myself from my own company last year but did not issue myself a P60 with we closed the company back in December 2010. It's now time to do my tax return and I am unsure what the exact figures of ...
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283 views

I am a contractor with revenue below UK's VAT threshold. Should I register for VAT?

I am an IT contractor based in London. I understand that there is a threshold for VAT of £73,000. In my current business, I have not exceeded that threshold as of yet but expect to within the ...