• TAAKS AVOYD - Ikea tax avoidance scheme

    New research commissioned by the Greens shows how IKEA dodged €1 billion in taxes over the last 6 years using onshore European tax havens, and how the Commission's anti-tax avoidance package is not going far enough to stop this. bit.ly/1V8spPw

    published: 13 Feb 2016
  • Trudeau thinks small businesses are just tax avoidance schemes

    Ezra Levant of TheRebel.Media reports that last night, CBC's Peter Mansbridge asked Liberal leader Justin Trudeau where he stood on reducing taxes for small businesses. In his shocking answer, Trudeau showed how out of touch he is when he said that many small businesses are just tax avoidance scams. It isn't difficult to understand how he has come to this very negative view of what businesses are if you review the financial disclosure he produced when he became an MP. It shows a dizzying array of numbered holding companies with impressive executive titles for Trudeau that don't really have any responsibilities attached to them. Not surprising really since the last Trudeau that had to work for a living was his grandfather. This trust fund kid has spent all his time traveling, even tel...

    published: 10 Sep 2015
  • Recognising tax avoidance schemes (presented by Paul Clitheroe)

    Paul Clitheroe, financial commentator, talks about how to recognise and reject tax avoidance schemes. More information at https://www.ato.gov.au/taxplanning

    published: 29 Apr 2012
  • Tax Avoidance Movie

    Been in a Tax Avoidance Scheme? Now in dispute with HMRC? We will take care of it for you. Just PLEASE don't bury your head in the sand! www.ejpandco.co.uk

    published: 12 Feb 2015
  • Tax avoidance: a necessary evil? | Alexandre Stylianoudis | TEDxUniversityofKent

    Tax avoidance. A complex issue, hated by many, understood by few. With his talk, Alexander challenges dogmas to illustrate how chasing corporations for their taxes makes politicians popular, not successful. Alexander Stylianoudis was born and raised in Geneva. He is currently studying Criminology and Sociology at the University of Kent, and has a particular interest in financial crimes and the socio-economic influence of corporations. His research will take him to California, Geneva and London, to study the various fiscal methods used both in tax planning and tax avoidance. Alexander aims to present a neutral, but thought provoking approach to his talk in which he will highlight the inconvenient truth of tax avoidance. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format b...

    published: 30 Jun 2015
  • Tax Avoidance: How do the rich get away with it? - The Feed

    ATO records tell us some of Australia’s richest people and companies pay no income tax! Jan Fran shares their tips and tricks… err, exposes legal loopholes. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefeedsbs Twitter: https://twitter.com/thefeedsbs Insta: https://instagram.com/thefeedsbs

    published: 13 Apr 2017
  • UK loses £5 billion in tax avoidance schemes

    Businesses and individuals who avoided tax between 2010 and 11 have cost Britain around £5 billion. News from the report by the National Audit Office has raised doubts about the efficient our HM Revenue and Customs actually is. HMRC has a backlog of 41,000 open tax avoidance cases it's investigating and which are potentially worth a further £10.2bn to the Treasury. Earlier this month the Public Accounts Committee hauled in  representatives from two top companies: Amazon and Google because of newspaper headlines which claimed that both firms were paying almost no corporation tax despite racking up billions of pounds of sales of books, games, CDs and the like. The PAC's job is to make sure the government's getting value for money when it comes to its financial affairs. Matt Brittin from Goog...

    published: 21 Nov 2012
  • Chair of Canadian Mint helped run offshore 'tax-avoidance scheme' for clients

    Tax lawyer Jim Love, who the federal Conservatives have appointed to various posts, helped the heirs of a former Tory prime minister move a chunk of their fortune through offshore tax havens.

    published: 27 Nov 2013
  • LEGAL WAYS TO AVOID PAYING TAX - The Super Rich Elite are Doing It, So Why Dont You?

    SUBSCRIBE to ELITE NWO AGENDA for Latest on USD COLLAPSE / GOLD / SILVER / BITCOIN / NEW WORLD ORDER / ILLUMINATI / TAX HAVEN http://www.youtube.com/EliteNWOAgenda LEGAL WAYS TO AVOID PAYING TAX - The Super Rich Elite are Doing It, So Why Dont You? Don't take an income Selling assets and realising capital gains could give you a source of cash if you needed it, and careful planning so losses in previous years offset any gains could help reduce your capital gains tax bill. Give to charity This is one of the strategies the government is planning to crack down on, although its plans have attracted controversy and could be watered down as a result. Currently, if you give assets to charity you can claim income tax relief up to their entire value. The government's own Directgov website gives ...

    published: 14 Jul 2014
  • HMRC Self Assessment Income Tax Return Deductions and tax avoidance for the small limited company

    Self Assessment Income Tax Return Deductions and Allowances for the Small Limited Company. If you need further help please contact an accountant or take a look at "Buy 101 Ways To Save Money On Your Tax - Legally" on Amazon. Amazon.co.uk: http://goo.gl/Zh8SaO (This is an affiliate Link) Amazon.com: http://goo.gl/0KhVaM (This is an affiliate link) I’m Martin Robertson and those are my 5 Top Tips on reducing the tax bill for a small limited company. Please note that you should seek advice from a qualified accountant before implementing tips two to five. For more 5 Top Tips for small business visit the Tosh Lubek channel on YouTube, where you can also leave a comment and subscribe. Description Martin Robertson is a director of Martin Robertson Associates, Chartered Accountants Falkirk and ...

    published: 28 Jan 2015
  • Tax Evasion vs Tax Avoidance

    Hey Guys, Today's Tip of the Day is talking about the difference between Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance. One is very Illegal and one is essential for building wealth. We go in depth talking about if you should claim cash. We also talk about how to set up entities to maximize your tax write offs. Check out IRS.Gov for more information and keep in mind I'm sharing my opinions. I'm not an accountant nor tax professional. Please seek out qualified professionals when dealing with your personal and business finances. Add us on Social Media Facebook www.facebook.com/MorrowInvest LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-morrow-634b4b8a Twitter https://twitter.com/MorrowInvest Website www.MorrowInvest.com And Signup for our Newsletter for Special Offers! http://eepurl.com/XZwEb

    published: 23 Mar 2015
  • Contractor Tax Avoidance : Imagine Financial Security - 020 3369 0181

    Contractor Tax Avoidance - Imagine Financial Security - 020 3369 0181 http://imaginefs.com Whats the definition of Tax Evasion, Tax Avoidance and Tax Planning? Having been in your shoes at one time or another we believe we can help you retain more of your income than ever before. Whether you're a freelancer, contractor or interim manager, we provide compliant tax-planning solutions to help you retain more of your hard-earned income. Maximise your income with our range of tax efficient solutions. As an independent company, we take the hard work out of finding you a fully compliant solution, that's inline with all current legislation. We have solutions that can cover you for different situations, including: • Working with an umbrella company • Being self-employed • Having to run your own ...

    published: 30 Jan 2014
  • Terri Butler MP Links Tax Avoidance Scheme's To Increasing Inequality

    Labor Party MP Terri Butler in an interview with SkyNews has spoken of the link between tax avoidance Scheme's and the growing inequality in Australia

    published: 30 Jul 2017
  • Recognising Tax Avoidance Schemes

    Know what to look for! Caught up in a dodgy tax avoidance scheme? It pays to get the right advice. https://www.ato.gov.au/General/Tax-planning/

    published: 03 Mar 2017
  • Disclosure Of Tax Avoidance Schemes and Inheritance Tax

    HMRC have recently issued a new consultation entitled "Strengthening the tax avoidance disclosure regimes". Extending the hallmarks and removing grandfathering are the two key proposals . These proposals could particularly effect some IHT planning and I consider this aspect of the proposals in my latest videoblog. You can get more from our Techlink bulletin on the subject. Through Techlink Professional and Techlink Communicator we enable you to: • Be better informed. • Reduce risk. • Do more business. • Communicate better and smarter. • Save time. To access your free trial; go to www.techlink.co.uk/freetrial and request which trial option you require from the options shown. You will then be given 4 weeks free access to Techlink Professional and/or Techlink Communicator and an example of ...

    published: 26 Aug 2014
  • Labor Party Annonces Plans To Crack Down on Family Trust Tax Avoidance Schemes

    A crackdown on people using trusts to avoid paying income tax is not only fair, it will stop more than $17 billion leaking out of the federal budget, Labor argues. The opposition has unveiled plans to impose a 30 per cent tax rate on payments to adults from discretionary trusts. It says this will curb the legal but unfair practice of high income-earners funnelling money through trusts to lower-earning family members, thus avoiding paying top tax rates. 'The lucky few, riding the business end of the tax system are able to opt out of paying taxes,' Opposition Leader Bill Shorten told reporters in Sydney on Sunday. 'Nice deal if you can get it! The real challenge here is that we want to create one system for Australians.' The 30 per cent level is just below the second marginal income tax...

    published: 31 Jul 2017
  • Rangers lose dispute over tax avoidance scheme

    Subscribe to our channel: https://goo.gl/pqS0mL Rangers lose dispute over tax avoidance scheme as the Supreme Court rule in favour of HMRC. Rangers have lost their long-running dispute over a tax avoidance scheme after the Supreme Court ruled in favour of Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. Lord Hodge announced in court that five Supreme Court judges had unanimously dismissed an appeal by the liquidators of oldco Rangers. HMRC had lost two earlier tribunal hearings over the Employee Benefit Trust scheme before a ruling in their favour in the Court of Session in Edinburgh in November 2015. About £50 million was paid to dozens of Rangers players and staff through an EBT scheme administered by the Murray Group, then majority shareholder of the Glasgow club, from 2001 to 2009. The club conte...

    published: 05 Jul 2017
  • Tax Avoidance

    The fight against corporate tax avoidance is one of our top priorities. Billions of tax euros are lost. We can't close our eyes to this problem any longer. Therefore, we are building a better tax system in Europe.

    published: 28 Jan 2016
  • Why does Starbucks pay so little tax? - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials

    Big, profitable companies can reduce their corporation tax bill to almost nothing. Tim Bennett explains how they manage it. Visit http://moneyweek.com/youtube for extra videos not found on YouTube. MoneyWeek videos are designed to help you become a better investor, and to give you a better understanding of the markets. They’re aimed at both beginners and more experienced investors. In all our videos we explain things in an easy-to-understand way. Some videos are about important ideas and concepts. Others are about investment stories and themes in the news. The emphasis is on clarity and brevity. We don’t want to waste your time with a 20-minute video that could easily be so much shorter. Related links… -What is profit? http://moneyweek.com/videos/beginners-guide-to-investing-what...

    published: 02 Nov 2012
  • HMRC continue to crack down on tax avoidance and tax evasion

    This video discusses the tools that tax authorities are using to tackle tax avoidance schemes as announced in this year's UK budget, March 2016. New regimes and measures have been set to tackle all participants, including promoters and serial avoiders and with the finance bill introducing new criminal offence for offshore tax evasion, authorities really do have more powers than ever.

    published: 01 Apr 2016
  • Newsnight: Tax Avoidance

    Newsnight has learned that Andrew Mitchell was among the investors in a a film fund which the revenue has deemed a tax avoidance scheme - and the taxman wants his money back. Chris Cook reports. Follow @BBCNewsnight on Twitter https://twitter.com/BBCNewsnight Like BBC Newsnight on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bbcnewsnight

    published: 16 Jul 2014
  • Revealed: how employment agencies avoid tax

    Undercover filming by the Guardian reveals how employment agencies are being offered off-the-shelf tax avoidance schemes that could cost the government hundreds of millions in lost revenue. The salesman captured in our video says his scheme is legal – but ‘everyone’s moral compass is different’. Subscribe to The Guardianhttp://is.gd/subscribeguardian Revealed: temp agencies’ avoidance scheme costs taxpayers ‘hundreds of millions’ ► https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/nov/15/revealed-temp-agencies-avoidance-scheme-costs-taxpayers-hundreds-of-millions The Guardian ► https://www.theguardian.com Suggested videos: Desert Fire ► http://bit.ly/DesertFire The Panama Papers ► http://bit.ly/PanamaPapersEXP The HSBC Files ► http://bit.ly/hsbcfiles Margaret Hodge meets Owen Jones ► http://b...

    published: 15 Nov 2016
  • How Tax Avoidance and Evasion by the Super Rich Are Costing the Country Billions (2001)

    An IRS report indicates that, in 2009, 1,470 individuals earning more than $1,000,000 annually faced a net tax liability of zero or less. About the book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/038097682X/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=038097682X&linkCode=as2&tag=tra0c7-20&linkId=12f5392f5131339575b9ff9f034cb69e Also, in 1998 alone, a total of 94 corporations faced a net liability of less than half the full 35% corporate tax rate and the corporations Lyondell Chemical, Texaco, Chevron, CSX, Tosco, PepsiCo, Owens & Minor, Pfizer, JP Morgan, Saks, Goodyear, Ryder, Enron, Colgate-Palmolive, Worldcom, Eaton, Weyerhaeuser, General Motors, El Paso Energy, Westpoint Stevens, MedPartners, Phillips Petroleum, McKesson and Northrup Grumman all had net negative tax liabilities.[...

    published: 27 May 2015
  • IKEA Tax Avoidance

    Following our investigation on IKEA's tax practices a month ago, Philippe Lamberts, Greens / EFA co-President asks inter-IKEA to explain its €1 billion tax dodging strategies

    published: 16 Mar 2016
TAAKS AVOYD - Ikea tax avoidance scheme

TAAKS AVOYD - Ikea tax avoidance scheme

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New research commissioned by the Greens shows how IKEA dodged €1 billion in taxes over the last 6 years using onshore European tax havens, and how the Commission's anti-tax avoidance package is not going far enough to stop this. bit.ly/1V8spPw
https://wn.com/Taaks_Avoyd_Ikea_Tax_Avoidance_Scheme
Trudeau thinks small businesses are just tax avoidance schemes

Trudeau thinks small businesses are just tax avoidance schemes

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Ezra Levant of TheRebel.Media reports that last night, CBC's Peter Mansbridge asked Liberal leader Justin Trudeau where he stood on reducing taxes for small businesses. In his shocking answer, Trudeau showed how out of touch he is when he said that many small businesses are just tax avoidance scams. It isn't difficult to understand how he has come to this very negative view of what businesses are if you review the financial disclosure he produced when he became an MP. It shows a dizzying array of numbered holding companies with impressive executive titles for Trudeau that don't really have any responsibilities attached to them. Not surprising really since the last Trudeau that had to work for a living was his grandfather. This trust fund kid has spent all his time traveling, even telling one interviewer that he has already visited over 90 countries in his life. Perhaps we can give him some points for honesty though since in his limited experience, corporations are exactly how he described them --- a way for trust fund kids to avoid paying taxes. It's just unfortunate for the rest of us that this man who would be Prime Minister, has no idea how hard the rest of us work. JOIN TheRebel.media for more fearless news and commentary you won’t find anywhere else. http://www.TheRebel.media SIGN UP FREE for exclusive Election 2015 coverage from The Rebel team! http://www.therebel.media/election_2015_coverage JOIN OUR CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN to bring you fearless Canadian election reporting! https://therebel.nationbuilder.com/election2015_coverage
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Recognising tax avoidance schemes (presented by Paul Clitheroe)

Recognising tax avoidance schemes (presented by Paul Clitheroe)

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Paul Clitheroe, financial commentator, talks about how to recognise and reject tax avoidance schemes. More information at https://www.ato.gov.au/taxplanning
https://wn.com/Recognising_Tax_Avoidance_Schemes_(Presented_By_Paul_Clitheroe)
Tax Avoidance Movie

Tax Avoidance Movie

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Been in a Tax Avoidance Scheme? Now in dispute with HMRC? We will take care of it for you. Just PLEASE don't bury your head in the sand! www.ejpandco.co.uk
https://wn.com/Tax_Avoidance_Movie
Tax avoidance: a necessary evil? | Alexandre Stylianoudis | TEDxUniversityofKent

Tax avoidance: a necessary evil? | Alexandre Stylianoudis | TEDxUniversityofKent

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Tax avoidance. A complex issue, hated by many, understood by few. With his talk, Alexander challenges dogmas to illustrate how chasing corporations for their taxes makes politicians popular, not successful. Alexander Stylianoudis was born and raised in Geneva. He is currently studying Criminology and Sociology at the University of Kent, and has a particular interest in financial crimes and the socio-economic influence of corporations. His research will take him to California, Geneva and London, to study the various fiscal methods used both in tax planning and tax avoidance. Alexander aims to present a neutral, but thought provoking approach to his talk in which he will highlight the inconvenient truth of tax avoidance. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
https://wn.com/Tax_Avoidance_A_Necessary_Evil_|_Alexandre_Stylianoudis_|_Tedxuniversityofkent
Tax Avoidance: How do the rich get away with it? - The Feed

Tax Avoidance: How do the rich get away with it? - The Feed

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  • Updated: 13 Apr 2017
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ATO records tell us some of Australia’s richest people and companies pay no income tax! Jan Fran shares their tips and tricks… err, exposes legal loopholes. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefeedsbs Twitter: https://twitter.com/thefeedsbs Insta: https://instagram.com/thefeedsbs
https://wn.com/Tax_Avoidance_How_Do_The_Rich_Get_Away_With_It_The_Feed
UK loses £5 billion in tax avoidance schemes

UK loses £5 billion in tax avoidance schemes

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Businesses and individuals who avoided tax between 2010 and 11 have cost Britain around £5 billion. News from the report by the National Audit Office has raised doubts about the efficient our HM Revenue and Customs actually is. HMRC has a backlog of 41,000 open tax avoidance cases it's investigating and which are potentially worth a further £10.2bn to the Treasury. Earlier this month the Public Accounts Committee hauled in  representatives from two top companies: Amazon and Google because of newspaper headlines which claimed that both firms were paying almost no corporation tax despite racking up billions of pounds of sales of books, games, CDs and the like. The PAC's job is to make sure the government's getting value for money when it comes to its financial affairs. Matt Brittin from Google said at the time that the company cut  tax bill by channelling profits from European sales through Bermuda but said this was perfectly legal. The tax affairs of Starbucks also came to light through an investigation by the Reuters news agency which reported that the coffee chain paid no corporation, or income, tax in the past three years and that it only paid £8.6 million pounds in total over 13 years during which it recorded sales of £3.1 billion pounds. It apparently reported losses to the tax office even as it told investors its UK operation was profitable. (back to PAC committee The National Audit Office report says the use of avoidance schemes are a challenge to the HMRC because investigations can take a few years to resolve.  For cases 2011-2, the HMRC had an 86% success rate in avoidance cases which went to court.
https://wn.com/UK_Loses_£5_Billion_In_Tax_Avoidance_Schemes
Chair of Canadian Mint helped run offshore 'tax-avoidance scheme' for clients

Chair of Canadian Mint helped run offshore 'tax-avoidance scheme' for clients

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Tax lawyer Jim Love, who the federal Conservatives have appointed to various posts, helped the heirs of a former Tory prime minister move a chunk of their fortune through offshore tax havens.
https://wn.com/Chair_Of_Canadian_Mint_Helped_Run_Offshore_'Tax_Avoidance_Scheme'_For_Clients
LEGAL WAYS TO AVOID PAYING TAX - The Super Rich Elite are Doing It, So Why Dont You?

LEGAL WAYS TO AVOID PAYING TAX - The Super Rich Elite are Doing It, So Why Dont You?

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  • Updated: 14 Jul 2014
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SUBSCRIBE to ELITE NWO AGENDA for Latest on USD COLLAPSE / GOLD / SILVER / BITCOIN / NEW WORLD ORDER / ILLUMINATI / TAX HAVEN http://www.youtube.com/EliteNWOAgenda LEGAL WAYS TO AVOID PAYING TAX - The Super Rich Elite are Doing It, So Why Dont You? Don't take an income Selling assets and realising capital gains could give you a source of cash if you needed it, and careful planning so losses in previous years offset any gains could help reduce your capital gains tax bill. Give to charity This is one of the strategies the government is planning to crack down on, although its plans have attracted controversy and could be watered down as a result. Currently, if you give assets to charity you can claim income tax relief up to their entire value. The government's own Directgov website gives an example of how donating a property worth £90,000 to charity allows you to avoid paying tax on the same amount. In this case you are obviously losing the asset, but you are reducing your taxable income. Give enough away and you could reduce your taxable income to zero. There is a way to keep hold of the asset and reduce your income. If you have a freehold property you could grant a lease on it and give that to the charity. For example, if you grant an eight-year lease the charity holds the property for the term of that lease and benefits from any rental income during that period, but at the end of the lease the property reverts to your ownership. You won't get tax relief on the value of the freehold property, but on the value of the lease -- in London that kind of lease on a £1m house could be worth £50,000. Tax avoidance is the legal usage of the tax regime to one's own advantage, to reduce the amount of tax that is payable by means that are within the law. Tax sheltering is very similar, and tax havens are jurisdictions which facilitate reduced taxes. The term tax mitigation is sometimes used; its original use was by tax advisers as an alternative to the pejorative term tax evasion. "Tax aggressive" strategies fall into the grey area between commonplace and well-accepted tax avoidance (such as purchasing municipal bonds in the United States) and evasion. However, the uses of these terms vary.[1] tax irs taxes legal law "tax man" options employment executive shares control "tax bill" salary usd dollar "real estate" "stock market" "estate tax" bitcoin gold silver profit "savings account" savings borrow "capital gains" company business corporate loan debt "gold trading" forex "forex trading" bank "bank account" banking cash "money management" wealth "tax haven" offshore "offshore company" mafia elite billionaire millionaire 2014 2015 u.s. "united states" usa america entertainment "agenda nwo" jim rogers rothschild george soros bilderberg 2014 alex jones infowars gerald celente david icke glenn beck coast to coast am george norey farrakhan banker suicide truth jsnip4 wake up sheeple song elite nwo agenda A tax haven is a state, country or territory where certain taxes are levied at a low rate or not at all.[2] Individuals or corporate entities can find it attractive to establish shell subsidiaries or move themselves to areas with reduced or nil taxation levels relative to typical international taxation. This creates a situation of tax competition among governments. Different jurisdictions tend to be havens for different types of taxes, and for different categories of people or companies.worldwide demand for opportunities to engage in tax avoidance." The Economist points out that this definition would still exclude a number of jurisdictions traditionally thought of as tax havens. University of Florida Assistant Law Professor Omri Marian discusses potential tax abuses using Bitcoin. Recent investors in Bitcoin may be nursing losses after a fall of some 40 per cent in the crypto-currency's value since January -- but at least they will be tax deductible. That is one upshot of last week's decision by the US tax authorities -- issued just in time for the annual rush to file individual tax returns -- to treat virtual currencies as property for federal tax purposes. Put your money offshore Investment schemes exist that let you hold money in an offshore fund and roll-up the interest you earn on it. You will have to pay tax when you eventually withdraw the money, but in the meantime you can withdraw 5% a year without a tax liability. You can choose when you realise your investment, so you can plan it to fall when you are a basic rate rather than a high rate taxpayer. non qualified stock options GRAT estate tax no sale sale capital gains tax
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HMRC Self Assessment Income Tax Return Deductions and tax avoidance for the small limited company

HMRC Self Assessment Income Tax Return Deductions and tax avoidance for the small limited company

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Self Assessment Income Tax Return Deductions and Allowances for the Small Limited Company. If you need further help please contact an accountant or take a look at "Buy 101 Ways To Save Money On Your Tax - Legally" on Amazon. Amazon.co.uk: http://goo.gl/Zh8SaO (This is an affiliate Link) Amazon.com: http://goo.gl/0KhVaM (This is an affiliate link) I’m Martin Robertson and those are my 5 Top Tips on reducing the tax bill for a small limited company. Please note that you should seek advice from a qualified accountant before implementing tips two to five. For more 5 Top Tips for small business visit the Tosh Lubek channel on YouTube, where you can also leave a comment and subscribe. Description Martin Robertson is a director of Martin Robertson Associates, Chartered Accountants Falkirk and We Are Business Transformers Ltd. Martin Robertson provides accountancy, taxation and business transformation services to small and medium sized businesses so is ideally placed to provide tax avoidance advice to the sole trader. Please note tax avoid is legal however tax evasion is illegal and we do not recommend or condone it.* At the end of January small limited companies will be busy completing their Inland Revenue Self Assessment or income tax return and pay their tax bill. To help reduce their tax bill they could look at implementing some or all of the following tax avoidance tips. One. Know Your Numbers. Prepare your financials using accounting software and keep it up to date at least at the end of every month. Two or three months before your year-end pass the figures to your accountant so that they can: Firstly, give you an idea of what tax you can expect to pay based on the figures. Secondly, and most importantly they can give you some tax saving ideas which you can implement by your year-end. Two. Extract the profits from the company by taking a small salary and dividends In the year to 5th April 2015, assuming your salary and dividends from the company are your only sources of income, you could take a salary of £10,000 and dividends of £28,650 and have no personal tax to pay. The company would pay corporation tax. Three. Consider making your spouse or partner a business partner. This tip is only relevant if your spouse or partner is actually involved in the business performing a role which is necessary for the business to function properly. Four. Employ your children in the business as long as they are performing functions necessary to the business and are old enough to legally employ. To justify a deduction against your taxable profits you should pay them at the market rate for the duties performed. Five. If your business needs to replace vans, equipment or computers and you can find the finance buy them rather than rent them. For example, if you need to replace a piece of equipment costing ten thousand pounds if you get ownership of it your profits will be reduced by £10,000 in the year you buy it. If you rent it for two hundred pounds per month you will only get a tax deduction of two thousand four hundred. To get your tax deduction as early as possible buy these assets before your year-end, not the month after. * We recommend you seek professional advice from a qualified accountant before implementing any or all of these tax avoidance tips. The tips are provided for general interest and may help reduce the tax bill of sole traders. For HMRC tax rates and allowances visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/rates-and-allowances-income-tax/rates-and-allowances-income-tax For a BBC News article on the rules of tax avoidance see: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-27372841 5 Top Tips video HMRC Inland Revenue Self Assessment or Income Tax Return tax avoidance ideas for the Small Limited company can be viewed here: http://youtu.be/-6b3j08kdlY 5TopTipsTV
https://wn.com/Hmrc_Self_Assessment_Income_Tax_Return_Deductions_And_Tax_Avoidance_For_The_Small_Limited_Company
Tax Evasion vs Tax Avoidance

Tax Evasion vs Tax Avoidance

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  • Updated: 23 Mar 2015
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Hey Guys, Today's Tip of the Day is talking about the difference between Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance. One is very Illegal and one is essential for building wealth. We go in depth talking about if you should claim cash. We also talk about how to set up entities to maximize your tax write offs. Check out IRS.Gov for more information and keep in mind I'm sharing my opinions. I'm not an accountant nor tax professional. Please seek out qualified professionals when dealing with your personal and business finances. Add us on Social Media Facebook www.facebook.com/MorrowInvest LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-morrow-634b4b8a Twitter https://twitter.com/MorrowInvest Website www.MorrowInvest.com And Signup for our Newsletter for Special Offers! http://eepurl.com/XZwEb
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Contractor Tax Avoidance : Imagine Financial Security - 020 3369 0181

Contractor Tax Avoidance : Imagine Financial Security - 020 3369 0181

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  • Updated: 30 Jan 2014
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Terri Butler MP Links Tax Avoidance Scheme's To Increasing Inequality

Terri Butler MP Links Tax Avoidance Scheme's To Increasing Inequality

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Labor Party MP Terri Butler in an interview with SkyNews has spoken of the link between tax avoidance Scheme's and the growing inequality in Australia
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Recognising Tax Avoidance Schemes

Recognising Tax Avoidance Schemes

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Know what to look for! Caught up in a dodgy tax avoidance scheme? It pays to get the right advice. https://www.ato.gov.au/General/Tax-planning/
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Disclosure Of Tax Avoidance Schemes and Inheritance Tax

Disclosure Of Tax Avoidance Schemes and Inheritance Tax

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HMRC have recently issued a new consultation entitled "Strengthening the tax avoidance disclosure regimes". Extending the hallmarks and removing grandfathering are the two key proposals . These proposals could particularly effect some IHT planning and I consider this aspect of the proposals in my latest videoblog. You can get more from our Techlink bulletin on the subject. Through Techlink Professional and Techlink Communicator we enable you to: • Be better informed. • Reduce risk. • Do more business. • Communicate better and smarter. • Save time. To access your free trial; go to www.techlink.co.uk/freetrial and request which trial option you require from the options shown. You will then be given 4 weeks free access to Techlink Professional and/or Techlink Communicator and an example of the Communicator content.
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Labor Party Annonces Plans To Crack Down on Family Trust Tax Avoidance Schemes

Labor Party Annonces Plans To Crack Down on Family Trust Tax Avoidance Schemes

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A crackdown on people using trusts to avoid paying income tax is not only fair, it will stop more than $17 billion leaking out of the federal budget, Labor argues. The opposition has unveiled plans to impose a 30 per cent tax rate on payments to adults from discretionary trusts. It says this will curb the legal but unfair practice of high income-earners funnelling money through trusts to lower-earning family members, thus avoiding paying top tax rates. 'The lucky few, riding the business end of the tax system are able to opt out of paying taxes,' Opposition Leader Bill Shorten told reporters in Sydney on Sunday. 'Nice deal if you can get it! The real challenge here is that we want to create one system for Australians.' The 30 per cent level is just below the second marginal income tax rate, paid by people earning less than $87,000 a year. The policy will 'prevent leakage' in the billions from the federal budget, adding $4.1 billion to commonwealth coffers over four years and $17.2 billion over a decade, Mr Shorten said. Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen issued a challenge to the Turnbull government. 'Either come out today and defend income splitting, defend the current arrangements and promise no change, or admit there's a problem and look at adopting Labor's proposals,' he told reporters, anticipating the government would opt for a scare campaign. Finance Minister Mathias Cormann offered a flavour of the response on Sunday morning, though conceded he didn't know the full details of Labor's policy. 'This is ultimately going to be a tax hike in particular on the many small business operators across Australia who use trust structures as a legitimate way of managing their financial affairs,' he told Sky News. 'They will want to see how Bill Shorten thinks he's going to be able to take $17 billion out of their pockets.' He said trusts were predominantly used for legitimate purposes and there was an integrity taskforce within the tax office to rout out the rorters. Mr Bowen acknowledged there were legitimate uses, such as asset protection for small business owners or succession planning. Labor's 'carefully calibrated' changes shouldn't affect these. 'There are many, many hundreds of thousands of small businesses in Australia and most don't use discretionary trusts,' he said. 'Where a small business is employing a family member ... they will or can pay them a wage and of course they'll be taxed at the normal rate and they can claim the tax-free threshold, there's no change.' Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce hit out at the idea saying the Labor Party isn't looking after the struggling Australian's. 'The Labor Party are dealing with inequality by creating a new tax, well that is so absurd,' he said. 'Bill Shorten should have gone to the podium and said he was going to stand behind the Inland Rail; I'm going to drive an economic agenda for those in regional areas. 'His great vision, he's going to fix it all with a republic and a new tax.' Farm trusts, charitable trusts, disability and those set up to manage deceased estates will be exempt. There are about 642,000 discretionary trusts operating in Australia and Labor estimates its policy will affect 315,000 of these - and 98 per cent of taxpayers will see no change. Left-wing think tank The Australia Institute says there has been an explosion in the use of discretionary trusts in recent years and they now hold more than $3.1 trillion. Income from trusts overwhelmingly flows to the wealthiest Australians, director Ben Oquist told reporters, with more than half going to the top 0.5 per cent of the population. 'It's time something was done about them. This is a modest step in the right direction by Labor today,' he said.
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Rangers lose dispute over tax avoidance scheme

Rangers lose dispute over tax avoidance scheme

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Subscribe to our channel: https://goo.gl/pqS0mL Rangers lose dispute over tax avoidance scheme as the Supreme Court rule in favour of HMRC. Rangers have lost their long-running dispute over a tax avoidance scheme after the Supreme Court ruled in favour of Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. Lord Hodge announced in court that five Supreme Court judges had unanimously dismissed an appeal by the liquidators of oldco Rangers. HMRC had lost two earlier tribunal hearings over the Employee Benefit Trust scheme before a ruling in their favour in the Court of Session in Edinburgh in November 2015. About £50 million was paid to dozens of Rangers players and staff through an EBT scheme administered by the Murray Group, then majority shareholder of the Glasgow club, from 2001 to 2009. The club contended these should be classified as loans but HMRC insisted they were taxable earnings. The result will mean the creditors of oldco Rangers will receive less money from the pot collected by liquidators BDO, as HMRC will now be owed even more money. Rangers, then run by Craig Whyte, went into administration in February 2012 over a separate tax debt and the tax authority rejected a creditors agreement in June of that year. The result is a major victory for HMRC in its attempts to recoup tax from thousands of other companies which ran EBTs and similar schemes, which were the subject of a crackdown in legislation enacted in December 2010. In a written judgment, the judges said: 'The sums paid to the trustee of the Principal Trust for a footballer constituted the footballer's earnings. The risk that the trustee might not set up a sub-trust or give a loan of the sub-trust funds to the footballer does not alter the nature of the payments made to the trustee of the Principal Trust . 'The discretionary bonuses made available to RFC's employees through the same trust mechanisms also fall within the tax charge as these were given in respect of the employee's work. 'Payment to the Principal Trust should have been subject to deduction of income tax under the PAYE Regulations.' Former Rangers chairman Sir David Murray expressed his disappointment with the verdict. In a statement issued to the Press Association, Sir David said: 'I am hugely disappointed that the Supreme Court has upheld the decision of the Court of Session, reversing the decisions of the specialist tax First Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal in this matter. 'The decision runs counter to the legal advice which was consistently provided to Rangers Football Club, that on the basis of the law and legal precedent at the time, the contributions made to the trust were not earnings and should not be taxed as such. 'It should be emphasised that there have been no allegations made by HMRC or any of the courts that the club was involved in tax evasion, which is a criminal offence.
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Tax Avoidance

Tax Avoidance

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The fight against corporate tax avoidance is one of our top priorities. Billions of tax euros are lost. We can't close our eyes to this problem any longer. Therefore, we are building a better tax system in Europe.
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Why does Starbucks pay so little tax? - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials

Why does Starbucks pay so little tax? - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials

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Big, profitable companies can reduce their corporation tax bill to almost nothing. Tim Bennett explains how they manage it. Visit http://moneyweek.com/youtube for extra videos not found on YouTube. MoneyWeek videos are designed to help you become a better investor, and to give you a better understanding of the markets. They’re aimed at both beginners and more experienced investors. In all our videos we explain things in an easy-to-understand way. Some videos are about important ideas and concepts. Others are about investment stories and themes in the news. The emphasis is on clarity and brevity. We don’t want to waste your time with a 20-minute video that could easily be so much shorter. Related links… -What is profit? http://moneyweek.com/videos/beginners-guide-to-investing-what-is-profit-04914/ - The lazy way to get rich http://moneyweek.com/videos/investment-tutorial-compound-interest-compounding-14700/ - How to value a company using net assets http://moneyweek.com/videos/how-to-value-a-company-using-net-assets/ - What are earnings per share? http://moneyweek.com/videos/beginners-guide-to-investing-earnings-per-share-11612/
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HMRC continue to crack down on tax avoidance and tax evasion

HMRC continue to crack down on tax avoidance and tax evasion

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This video discusses the tools that tax authorities are using to tackle tax avoidance schemes as announced in this year's UK budget, March 2016. New regimes and measures have been set to tackle all participants, including promoters and serial avoiders and with the finance bill introducing new criminal offence for offshore tax evasion, authorities really do have more powers than ever.
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Newsnight: Tax Avoidance

Newsnight: Tax Avoidance

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Newsnight has learned that Andrew Mitchell was among the investors in a a film fund which the revenue has deemed a tax avoidance scheme - and the taxman wants his money back. Chris Cook reports. Follow @BBCNewsnight on Twitter https://twitter.com/BBCNewsnight Like BBC Newsnight on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bbcnewsnight
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Revealed: how employment agencies avoid tax

Revealed: how employment agencies avoid tax

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Undercover filming by the Guardian reveals how employment agencies are being offered off-the-shelf tax avoidance schemes that could cost the government hundreds of millions in lost revenue. The salesman captured in our video says his scheme is legal – but ‘everyone’s moral compass is different’. Subscribe to The Guardianhttp://is.gd/subscribeguardian Revealed: temp agencies’ avoidance scheme costs taxpayers ‘hundreds of millions’ ► https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/nov/15/revealed-temp-agencies-avoidance-scheme-costs-taxpayers-hundreds-of-millions The Guardian ► https://www.theguardian.com Suggested videos: Desert Fire ► http://bit.ly/DesertFire The Panama Papers ► http://bit.ly/PanamaPapersEXP The HSBC Files ► http://bit.ly/hsbcfiles Margaret Hodge meets Owen Jones ► http://bit.ly/HodgeJones 6x9: experience solitary confinement ► http://bit.ly/6x9gdn Gun Nation ► http://bit.ly/GunNationDoc We Walk Together ► http://bit.ly/WeWalkTogetherFilm The last job on Earth ► http://bit.ly/LastJobOnEarth Patrick Stewart: the ECHR and us ► http://bit.ly/PatrickStewartS The epic journey of a refugee cat ► http://bit.ly/KunkuzCat Guardian playlists: Guardian Bertha Documentaries ► http://bit.ly/GuardianBertha In my opinion ► http://bit.ly/InMyOpinion Owen Jones meets ► http://bit.ly/CorbynJones US elections 2016 ► http://bit.ly/elections2016gdn Guardian Animations & Explanations ►http://is.gd/explainers Guardian Investigations ► http://is.gd/guardianinvestigations The Guardian's YouTube channels: Owen Jones talks ► http://bit.ly/subsowenjones Guardian Football ► http://is.gd/guardianfootball Guardian Science and Tech ► http://is.gd/guardiantech Guardian Culture ► http://is.gd/guardianculture Guardian Wires ► http://is.gd/guardianwires
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How Tax Avoidance and Evasion by the Super Rich Are Costing the Country Billions (2001)

How Tax Avoidance and Evasion by the Super Rich Are Costing the Country Billions (2001)

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An IRS report indicates that, in 2009, 1,470 individuals earning more than $1,000,000 annually faced a net tax liability of zero or less. About the book: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/038097682X/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=038097682X&linkCode=as2&tag=tra0c7-20&linkId=12f5392f5131339575b9ff9f034cb69e Also, in 1998 alone, a total of 94 corporations faced a net liability of less than half the full 35% corporate tax rate and the corporations Lyondell Chemical, Texaco, Chevron, CSX, Tosco, PepsiCo, Owens & Minor, Pfizer, JP Morgan, Saks, Goodyear, Ryder, Enron, Colgate-Palmolive, Worldcom, Eaton, Weyerhaeuser, General Motors, El Paso Energy, Westpoint Stevens, MedPartners, Phillips Petroleum, McKesson and Northrup Grumman all had net negative tax liabilities.[28] Additionally, this phenomenon was widely documented regarding General Electric in early 2011.[29] Furthermore, a Government Accountability Office study found that, from 1998 to 2005, 55 percent of United States companies paid no federal income taxes during at least one year in a seven-year period it studied.[30][31] A review in 2011 by Citizens for Tax Justice and the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy of companies in the Fortune 500 profitable every year from 2008 through 2010 stated these companies paid an average tax rate of 18.5% and that 30 of these companies actually had a negative income tax due.[32] In 2012, Hewlett-Packard lost a lawsuit with the IRS over a "foreign tax credit generator" which was engineered by a division of AIG.[33] As a result of the tax sheltering, the government responded with Treasury in Treasury Department Circular 230. In 2010, the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 codified the "economic substance" rule of Gregory v. Helvering (1935). Tax avoidance may be considered to be the dodging of one's duties to society, or alternatively the right of every citizen to structure one's affairs in a manner allowed by law, to pay no more tax than what is required. Attitudes vary from approval through neutrality to outright hostility. Attitudes may vary depending on the steps taken in the avoidance scheme, or the perceived unfairness of the tax being avoided.[35] In 2008, the charity Christian Aid published a report, Death and taxes: the true toll of tax dodging, which criticised tax exiles and tax avoidance by some of the world's largest companies, linking tax evasion to the deaths of millions of children in developing countries.[36] However the research behind these calculations has been questioned in a 2009 paper prepared for the UK Department for International Development.[37] According to the Financial Times there is a growing trend for charities to prioritise tax avoidance as a key campaigning issue, with policy makers across the world considering changes to make tax avoidance more difficult.[38] In 2010, tax avoidance became a hot-button issue in the UK. An organisation, UK Uncut, began to encourage people to protest at local high-street shops that were thought to be avoiding tax, such as Vodafone, Topshop and the Arcadia Group.[39] In 2012, during the Occupy movement, tax avoidance was proposed as a tool of US government protest by the organization TaxKilla.[40] Prem Sikka, Professor of Accounting at the Essex Business School (University of Essex) and scientific advisor of the Tax Justice Network pointed to a discrepancy between the Corporate Social Responsibility claims of multinational companies and “their internal dynamics aimed at maximising their profits through things like tax avoidance”. He wrote in an article commenting the Lux Leaks publications: “Big corporations and accountancy firms are engaged in organised hypocrisy.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tax_avoidance
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IKEA Tax Avoidance

IKEA Tax Avoidance

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Following our investigation on IKEA's tax practices a month ago, Philippe Lamberts, Greens / EFA co-President asks inter-IKEA to explain its €1 billion tax dodging strategies
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