A handy checklist of suggested planning considerations for individuals for the end of the tax year.
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As we approach the busiest time of year in the financial calendar, we provide a reminder go the key rates and thresholds applicable to those working in England and Northern Ireland.
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With a plethora of avenues to plan for and consider, we have put together this brief guide on the key areas of tax planning that should be taken into account ahead of this important annual deadline.
Aside from the main end of tax year date of 5th April, there are several other key dates throughout the year that both employed and self-employed workers need to be aware of.
News has emerged that the long-deferred Autumn 2019 Budget will be on Wednesday 11 March 2020.