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New rules to buy-to-let properties

By |March 10th, 2016|UK Tax|

In the 2015 Summer Budget and Autumn Statement, the Chancellor introduced several changes that will affect anyone buying or owning a buy-to-let property in the UK. It is important that landlords understand these changes because they may affect the profitability of many buy-to-let portfolios, however small or large they are. From 1 April 2016, higher [...]

Norwegian Tax Returns 2015

By |March 8th, 2016|Norway tax|

You will receive a tax return from the Norwegian Tax Administration in March/April if you work in Norway or on the Norwegian continental shelf. The tax return gives an overview of your income, deductions, assets and debts for the last income year. You must check that the information in the tax return is correct and [...]

The Seafarers Earnings Deduction (SED)

By |March 8th, 2016|UK Tax|

The Seafarers Earnings Deduction (SED) is a unique piece of UK tax legislation that allows seafarers to claim a 100 per cent tax exemption on their foreign earnings or a full refund of income tax deducted at source where the seafarer is paid under a UK PAYE scheme. More recently it has been extended to [...]

UK Employment status – employed or self-employed ?

By |February 19th, 2016|UK Tax|

Are you employed or self-employed ? This question has implications for all workers, not least seafarers looking to claim 100% tax refund or exemption from UK taxes. This checklist provides a quick guide to the key employment indicators that may be used to denote whether an individual is employed or not. Factor Self-employed Employee Personal [...]

Denmark – Pay corporation tax on account and avoid tax surcharges,

By |February 11th, 2016|Denmark tax|

Your company can pay voluntary advance tax for the tax year 2016. This can continually be paid throughout the year to avoid being charged an outstanding tax surcharge at the end of the year. The amount of prepaid taxes can be calculated by multiplying your anticipated income in 2016 by 22% (Danish corporation tax rate). You can [...]

Norwegian personal tax returns 2015

By |February 10th, 2015|Norway tax|

Every person who works in Norway, […]

Proposals to change Norwegian Corporation Tax

By |December 30th, 2014|Norway tax|

Norway – Proposals for Corporation Tax reform […]