St James's Place Tax Guide 2008-2009 by Walter Sinclair, E. Barry Lipkin

By Walter Sinclair, E. Barry Lipkin

The St James's position Tax advisor is absolutely up-to-date following the Finance invoice 2008 and offers an entire advisor to united kingdom taxation - either advertisement and private. Tax adjustments for the 12 months are highlighted within the commencing bankruptcy, when the remaining chapters supply up-to-date tax saving tricks and tax tables. Designed for personal contributors wanting recommendation on self-assessment and tax saving, and for execs wanting to envision the most recent tax principles, the St James's position Tax advisor contains transparent examples and factors, tables and a word list, with all goods absolutely referenced and listed for ease of use.

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Rents from property investments. Income from trusts. Interest from government or local authority stock. 2 Personal allowances (ITA Ss33–58) For 2008–09 there is a personal allowance of £6,035 (previously £5,225). This is available to individuals generally. 7). 1 Married couple’s allowance (ITA Ss42–55) From 6 April 1990, according to the rules, each married couple obtained a married couple’s allowance, depending on their ages attained during the tax year. The following apply from 2004–05 to 2008–09: 2004–05 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 £ £ £ £ £ Husband and wife both aged under 65 Husband or wife aged 65–74 Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 5,725 5,905 6,065 6,285 6,535 Husband or wife aged 75 and over 5,795 Income limit 18,900 5,975 6,135 6,365 6,625 19,500 20,100 20,900 21,800 For 1994–95 relief for married couple’s allowance was restricted to the lower rate (20 per cent) and to 15 per cent subsequently.

The second exception relates to married couple’s allowance, if either or both of you were entitled to claim this. Regardless which regime applies to your claims or what elections are in place, no reallocation can be made, but any part of the allowance due to the deceased that cannot be used for the period to the date of death will be transferred to you. Again, a full year’s allowance will be available, however early in the year the death occurs. You will not be entitled to any married couple’s allowance in future years unless you enter into a fresh marriage or civil partnership.

A similar rule applied to interest paid on a loan to buy job-related accommodation where you were self-employed. 1 Temporary relief You obtained relief for interest on a bridging loan of up to £30,000 for normally up to one year (or longer at the discretion of the Revenue) when you changed houses. Higher rate relief continued after 5 April 1991 on your existing but not your new bridging loan, if both were in place by that date. This included where there had been a formal offer and binding contract.

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