This broadcast updates the earlier broadcast with more information from the issue of the Finance Bill and some helpful intervention from HMRC!
The Government has amended legislation from 1st October 2021 to require medical practitioners to make a self-declaration of NHS earnings over £150,000 for 2019/20. This will be an annual process, with an uplift applied to the ceiling each year. For 2019/20, this declaration must be made by 12th November 2021, thereafter it will need to …
This broadcast explains how the tax Basis Period Reform could significantly increase tax charges for self-employed clients, GPs and Consultants.
In this broadcast we make further comments on the obligation for GPs to disclose their earnings in excess of £150k
This broadcast share more information about the disclosure and why Pensionable Profits is the wrong measure.
This broadcast discusses the obligation for GPs to declare their NHS Earnings in excess of £150,000 in a Public Register.
This broadcast discusses the use of limited companies and the interaction of the Health and Social Care Levy and the renewed obligation for GPs to declare their earnings in excess of £150,000.
This broadcast explains the proposal to change the basis period for taxes and the significant tax and pension increases that may arise.
This update covers: How to claim compensation for the 2019/20 Annual Allowance Charges, Commenting on 5 threats to your pension mentioned by the Financial Times, and our view of the 2021 Doctors and Dentists Review Body Award
This broadcast covers the retrospective amendments to Final Pay Controls, comments about the use of HMRC Check Employment Status Tool (CEST) and the 2nd CGT Review by the Office for Tax Simplification.