The financial crisis that began with the credit crunch means that tax increases are inevitable, making the tax system even more complicated than it already is as a result of the many changes introduced over the years , some of which - namely tax credits - have been particularly problematic. Without help it's difficult to keep up - and where tax is concerned, it pays to be on top of your affairs. This leading, well-established guide, written in clear, non-technical and jargon-free English enables you to do just that. In short, the Daily Mail Tax Guide is designed to make life altogether less taxing by helping you: AmPlan your affairs so that you save taxAmWork out whether you are entitled to tax creditsAmCheck your coding notice and other paperworkAmComplete a tax returnAmCheck whether you are entitle to a tax rebateAmBring you up to date with the latest budget changes and how they affect youAmAvoid running into trouble with the taxmanIf you get free fuel for private use, the taxable benefit is the same percentage as you pay on your car (i.e. up to per cent) but ... The price of a classic car (at least 1 years old, worth at least Ap1 , and worth more now than when firstanbsp;...
|Title||:||Daily Mail Tax Guide 2010/2011|
|Publisher||:||Profile Books - 2010-04|