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  • National Insurance Contributions - Cheesman Accountants
    has been reduced to the level at which 40 income tax is paid For lower earners the level at which contributions start has increased from 110 to 139 per week Employer contributions will not be charged on the first 136 per week Class 1A national insurance contributions are charged on taxable benefits and are payable by 19 July following the tax year to which they relate The Class 1A national insurance contributions due for 2010 2011 will be charged at 13 8 even though they relate to a year in which the rate was 12 8 Contact us for further details Phone 020 7354 3914 Email The content of this document is intended for general guidance only and where relevant represents our understanding of current law and HM Revenue and Customs practice Action should not be taken without seeking professional advice No responsibility for loss by any person acting or refraining from action as a result of the material in this document can be accepted and we cannot assume legal liability for any errors or omissions this document may contain Cheesmans March 2011 All rights reserved About Carol Cheesman View all posts by Carol Cheesman Subscribe Subscribe to our e

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/national-insurance-contributions-2/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Buying a house in France - tax issues
    need to pay You will need to complete a French Tax Return as well a UK Tax Return if you remain resident in the UK and you will be liable for any rental income or Capital Gains Tax in both countries In your UK Tax Return you can deduct foreign tax paid but you will have to make up the difference if the tax paid in France is lower than what you would pay in the UK There is an annual wealth tax payable in France but if you are resident in the UK then it only applies to French assets The tax starts on total wealth of 720 000 euros and has a top rate of 1 8 Are French Inheritance Tax laws different Unlike in the UK where we can freely distribute our assets as we like upon the writing of a will in France it is much different There it is the location of the property that counts not the residence status of the owner There is a strict order in which assets are passed and it is as follows Children or if deceased their children Parents and privileged collateral heirs e g siblings or if deceased nephews and nieces Grandparents Surviving spouse Other collateral heirs cousins uncles and aunts etc This order is obviously not very beneficial to the surviving spouse and you should always seek legal advice in this area because it is possible to apply for a French will to be made which in some instances can improve the situation for the surviving spouse Inheritance Tax in France is progressive and is charged at the top rate of 40 for assets worth over 1million Contact us for further details Phone 020 7354 3914 Email The content of this document is intended for general guidance

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/three-things-to-ask-your-accountant-before-buying-a-house-in-france/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Joint Tenancy Archives - Cheesman Accountants
    Joint Tenancy Shall we buy our house as Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common By Carol Cheesman on 1st June 2013 in Tax Joint Tenants If you own your home as joint tenants then you both own 100 of the property When one partner dies the other automatically becomes the sole owner Tenants in Common If you are tenants in common then you both own shares of the property which

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/tag/joint-tenancy/ (2016-04-25)
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  • joint tenants Archives - Cheesman Accountants
    joint tenants Shall we buy our house as Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common By Carol Cheesman on 1st June 2013 in Tax Joint Tenants If you own your home as joint tenants then you both own 100 of the property When one partner dies the other automatically becomes the sole owner Tenants in Common If you are tenants in common then you both own shares of the property which

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/tag/joint-tenants/ (2016-04-25)
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  • or tenants in common Archives - Cheesman Accountants
    tenants in common Shall we buy our house as Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common By Carol Cheesman on 1st June 2013 in Tax Joint Tenants If you own your home as joint tenants then you both own 100 of the property When one partner dies the other automatically becomes the sole owner Tenants in Common If you are tenants in common then you both own shares of the property

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/tag/or-tenants-in-common/ (2016-04-25)
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  • tenants Archives - Cheesman Accountants
    Archives tenants Shall we buy our house as Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common By Carol Cheesman on 1st June 2013 in Tax Joint Tenants If you own your home as joint tenants then you both own 100 of the property When one partner dies the other automatically becomes the sole owner Tenants in Common If you are tenants in common then you both own shares of the property which

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/tag/tenants/ (2016-04-25)
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  • tenants in common Archives - Cheesman Accountants
    tenants in common Shall we buy our house as Joint Tenants or Tenants in Common By Carol Cheesman on 1st June 2013 in Tax Joint Tenants If you own your home as joint tenants then you both own 100 of the property When one partner dies the other automatically becomes the sole owner Tenants in Common If you are tenants in common then you both own shares of the property

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/tag/tenants-in-common/ (2016-04-25)
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  • Self Assessment Tax Return Archives - Cheesman Accountants
    Assessment Tax Return 10 self assessment tax return mistakes to avoid By Carol Cheesman on 11th October 2013 in Tax If you need to submit a Self Assessment Tax Return SATR it s imperative you get it in on time and error free In 10 self assessment tax return mistakes to avoid an article for bdaily co uk Carol Cheesman explains how to get started with your SATR and how

    Original URL path: http://www.cheesman.co.uk/tag/self-assessment-tax-return/ (2016-04-25)
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