The financial crisis that began with the credit crunch means that tax increases are inevitable, making the tax system even more complicated than it already is as a result of the many changes introduced over the years , some of which - namely tax credits - have been particularly problematic. Without help it's difficult to keep up - and where tax is concerned, it pays to be on top of your affairs. This leading, well-established guide, written in clear, non-technical and jargon-free English enables you to do just that. In short, the Daily Mail Tax Guide is designed to make life altogether less taxing by helping you: AmPlan your affairs so that you save taxAmWork out whether you are entitled to tax creditsAmCheck your coding notice and other paperworkAmComplete a tax returnAmCheck whether you are entitle to a tax rebateAmBring you up to date with the latest budget changes and how they affect youAmAvoid running into trouble with the taxman7 Income from a job I f you are an employee, your employer deducts tax before paying you and you usually get a tax return only if you are a director, have a high income or your tax is complex (see Chapter ). Even if you dona#39;t get a tax return, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Daily Mail Tax Guide 2010/2011|
|Publisher||:||Profile Books - 2010-04|