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Steve Maggs Tax Blog
The world of tax is fast moving, ever changing and constantly evolving. Through my Tax Blog I hope to bring you important tax changes and advice and help you keep abreast of developments in this ‘taxing’ world! If you’d like any further information please call me on 01872 276116 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow me @TaxCornwall.
HMRC Issue Warning Regarding Phishing Scam
15 May 2017
HMRC is advising customers to beware of the latest email phishing scam which is being circulated by online fraudsters.
Introducing the Inheritance Tax ‘Residence Nil Rate Band’
9 May 2017
The well publicised Inheritance Tax (IHT) ‘residence nil rate band’ (RNRB) rules have been introduced on 6 April 2017
New Enterprise Zone Launched in Cornwall
4 May 2017
Twelve new Enterprise Zones have gone live, the Government has announced in a move designed to promote economic growth across the United Kingdom.
Amongst these are the new Marine Hub in Cornwall
D Day is here for Non-Doms
28 April 2017
As of the 6 April 2017, several changes have been introduced to the taxation of non-domiciled (“non-dom”) taxpayers.
Snap General Election – How will tax feature?
20 April 2017
Theresa May’s announcement on Tuesday was somewhat of a surprise at first, but having had time to consider things further, purely from a tax perspective it appears logical.
Check Your Tax Code is Correct – New 2017/18 PAYE Codes
7 April 2017
If you are in employment or receive pension income, you should have recently received a 2017/18 PAYE coding notice from HMRC. It is important to check your code and ensure it is correct.
Happy New (Tax) Year
6 April 2017
The 6th April marked the start of the new tax year, and with it the introduction of a range of changes to the UK’s taxation system. Here are the six changes everyone should know about.
Auld Lang Syne! Tax year-end planning checklist
This is a brief reminder of the key points that are tax year-end sensitive. You can plan ahead and use our annual year-end tax checklist for the 2016/17 tax year and beyond.
Budget of a broken promise?
9 March 2017
Tax Partner Steve Maggs offers his thoughts on the Spring Budget 2017
Spring Budget 2017 Predictions
1 March 2017
Steve “Mystic” Maggs reveals his top five predictions for the Spring Budget 2017, which is to be delivered on Wednesday 8th March