What taxes do I need to pay and when are they due?

Paying taxes is no one’s idea of fun, but they’re a part of life that can’t be avoided. There are even more taxes to consider when you’re a business owner. This article will explain what the most common taxes are, how they’re worked out and when they’re due. This will give you the knowledge to better manage your cash flow and save for tax payments.

Five personal tax changes for the new tax year

For personal tax, the new tax year starts on April 6 2018 and brings with it a host of tax changes and new regulations.
Will you get a tax cut or end up paying more?
There will be some winners and some losers this year, but whatever your financial position, you need to know how the changes will affect you.
Here are the five changes that we think are most important for personal finances.

MTD Six Months On: 94% of Firms File on Time
Editor | 14 October 2019
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The biggest transformation to the tax system this century, Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT came into force for more than a million businesses in April.

Under the changes, VAT-registered businesses with a turnover that exceeds £85,000 need to keep digital tax records and submit their VAT returns to HMRC using compatible software like FreeAgent or Xero.