Filing tax return in Canada – Non-Residents

The obligation for filing your taxes in Canada is primarily based upon an individual’s residency status. The tax obligations of a non-resident however differ from those of a resident. Below are some of the factors that are taken into consideration for determination of a taxpayer’s residency status as a non-resident: When a taxpayer normally resides […]

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Malta’s New Paternal And Parental Leave Policies To Come Into Effect On 2 August 2022

EU Work-life Balance Directive grants parent-friendly leave regulations In recent years, many workers have placed a more fulfilling work-life balance at the top of their agenda. The EU Work-Life Balance Directive, first introduced in 2019, granted Member States a three-year period to implement new laws that will facilitate workers’ access to family leave and flexible […]

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Access to cash protection increased

The new Financial Services and Markets Bill, announced as part of the Queen’s speech, will provide increased protections for those still dealing with cash. Access to cash remains vital for many people across the UK, including the more vulnerable in society. The government has committed to preserving the use of cash as an option even as the […]

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Tax benefits of switching to electric cars

There are many benefits to encourage the use of electric cars including lower running costs, the environmental advantages and reduced noise pollution. There are also tax benefits to encourage the purchase of electric cars. We have listed some of these benefits below. The benefit-in-kind (BIK) due on company cars can be significantly reduced. For example, most […]

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Free company information

There is a significant amount of information about companies that can be obtained from Companies House. Companies House is responsible for incorporating and dissolving limited companies, examining and storing company information and making company information available to the public. Much of this information is available at no cost. This is in line with the government’s commitment […]

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When you are required to register for PAYE

There are a multitude of rules that new businesses must follow when they start employing staff for the first time. These include ensuring registering for PAYE as an employer with HMRC. This must be done before the first payday and this process must even be completed by directors of a limited company who are employed by the […]

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Tell HMRC if your company is dormant

If a company has stopped trading and has no other income, then the company is usually classed as dormant for Corporation Tax purposes. A company is usually dormant for Corporation Tax if it: has stopped trading and has no other income, for example investments is a new limited company that hasn’t started trading is an unincorporated […]

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