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  • Jess
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    @SAR - If you have more than one job, you need to check that your PAYE code is correct for each one. HMRC will treat one job…
    18 December 2014
  • SAR
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    hi, my main job is in a hospital where I work part time I earn around £850 a month, I have taken a 2nd job childminding from…
    17 December 2014
  • Dan
    Re: Claiming Tax Relief on Mileage
    @hawks - as a general rule i think you can only claim it back through your company via expenses unless you are self-employed.…
    9 December 2014
  • hawks
    Re: Claiming Tax Relief on Mileage
    hi please can you tell me if i can claim mileage back through inland revenue for driving a company lease car, i currently get…
    8 December 2014
  • Minister
    Re: Are DVLA Car Tax Rates Fair?
    Large family therefore large car. In order for tax rate dependent on co2 emission to be rational, it also has to be related to…
    5 December 2014
  • Hana
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    Hi, I currently work part time and earn £11500 per annum. I have a second job at weekends (7.5 hours a week). I will…
    1 December 2014
  • TheTaxGuide
    Re: Benefits in Kind
    @Cwilts - Here is the HMRC employment income: long service testimonial awards information sheet which should help you as it has various conditions…
    1 December 2014
  • Cwilts
    Re: Benefits in Kind
    Hi, I would like to look into awarding staff for long service i.e. 10 yrs. by giving gift vouchers of £100. How does this work. I believe this is…
    28 November 2014
  • annie
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    Presently have 11,000 per year NHS pension,work part time and earn 12,000 per year. Thinking of doing agency work. As and…
    20 November 2014
  • Pip
    Re: Tax on Sale of Shares
    When I inherited my aunts estate it included £97,000 worth of shares. I had to pay inheritance tax as I was over the threshold. When I…
    20 November 2014
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