Julie Clift

Julie Clift

CTA Tax writer, CCH Online, published by Croner-i Ltd

Tax / Company cars: tax liability on cash versus car option - part 4

Julie Clift, tax writer at Croner-i, looks at how the optional remuneration (OpRA) rules apply when an employee decides to take the cash rather than the company car, as well as other changes to salary sacrifice rules

Tax / Company cars: statutory mileage allowance - part 3

Julie Clift, tax writer at Croner-i, looks at the tax implications when a company reimburses an employee for using their own car on company business, taking into account the latest statutory mileage rates

Tax / Company cars: fuel benefits - part 2

In the part two of our series on company cars, Julie Clift CTA, tax writer at Croner-i, explains how to assess fuel benefits and tax liabilities

Tax / Company cars: calculating tax on car benefit - part 1

In the first of a series on company car tax, Julie Clift CTA, tax writer at Croner-i, explains the calculations when assessing company cars as a taxable benefit and defining reason of employment

Tax / Childcare and tax: 30-hours free childcare – part 4

In part four of a series on childcare tax issues, Julie Clift CTA, specialist tax writer at Croner-i, examines how the government’s 30-hours free childcare scheme works and the various tax compliance issues

Tax / Childcare and tax: workplace nurseries – part 3

In part three of a series on childcare tax issues, Julie Clift CTA, specialist tax writer at Croner-i, examines the tax liability for employees using workplace nurseries   

Tax / Childcare and tax: vouchers v tax-free scheme – part 2

In part two of a series on childcare tax issues, Julie Clift CTA, specialist tax writer at Croner-i, asks whether it’s worth staying in the old childcare voucher scheme or moving to the new tax-free childcare scheme

Tax / Childcare and tax: what you need to know – part 1

In part one of a series on childcare tax issues, Julie Clift CTA, specialist tax writer at Croner-i, looks at changes to tax breaks for childcare costs, focusing on compliance and eligibility for the tax-free child care scheme and issues for those still signed up to the legacy childcare voucher scheme

Tax / What you need to know: loan charges and disguised remuneration

A retrospective overhaul of the tax rules on loan charges from disguised remuneration schemes come into force from the new tax year on 5 April 2019, resulting in potentially huge tax bills for anyone who has not settled early. Julie Clift CTA, tax writer at Croner-i Tax and Accounting, examines the implications for taxpayers with outstanding loans

Tax / Budget 2017: employment tax at a glance

Julie Clift CTA reviews the key changes to employment tax in the autumn Budget from company car tax changes to plans to widen the reach of IR35 legislation to the private sector and measures to tackle disguised remuneration

Tax / AS 2016: key tax measures and expert commentary

The last Autumn Statement signalled a fairly light approach to significant tax changes which will be a welcome respite for tax advisers and businesses. Here our team of expert Wolters Kluwer tax writers run through the tax implications of key measures

Tax / Case report: Pawson FTT ruling overturned

A decision in the First Tier Tribunal on holidy lets property relief has since been overturned

Tax / Upper Tribunal overrules FTT in Pawson holiday let case

Tax / Budget 2012: Personal tax

George Osborne’s focus this year remains stability and the shoring-up of government finances, although better than expected borrowing figures have given him some room for manoeuvre.
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