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  • This manual is to help people compute chargeable gains (and allowable losses) for both capital gains tax and corporation tax purposes or check computations. It supplements the basic guidance in the tax return and Help Sheets. It is written primarily for HMRC staff but it will also assist customers and their professional advisers. Customers filling in tax returns may not need to use the Capital Gains Manual at all. You can get basic information on how to compute chargeable gains (and allowable losses) from the Capital Gains pages of the tax return and the related Help Sheets. The "Published Date" at the top of a page is the date when the page was loaded onto the website. The content of a page in this manual will be older than the published date.

  • This manual is to help people compute chargeable gains (and allowable losses) for both capital gains tax and corporation tax purposes or check computations. It supplements the basic guidance in the tax return and Help Sheets. It is written primarily for HMRC staff but it will also assist customers and their professional advisers. Customers filling in tax returns may not need to use the Capital Gains Manual at all. You can get basic information on how to compute chargeable gains (and allowable losses) from the Capital Gains pages of the tax return and the related Help Sheets. The "Published Date" at the top of a page is the date when the page was loaded onto the website. The content of a page in this manual will be older than the published date.

  • Check which sports clubs are registered with HMRC as community amateur sports clubs as of April 2018.

  • The aim of the Compliance Handbook is to give you clear and comprehensive guidance to help you and external customers understand and apply the penalties and compliance powers introduced by FA 2007 to FA 2013. The guidance is in two sections: The technical guidance (CH1 - CH199999) explains the legislation and the overall policy about the way it should be applied. The operational guidance (CH200000 onwards) explains how to use the penalties and powers in your job. We are still developing this manual and we will add further guidance as it is produced for all compliance matters, both technical and operational.

  • The aim of the Compliance Handbook is to give you clear and comprehensive guidance to help you and external customers understand and apply the penalties and compliance powers introduced by FA 2007 to FA 2013. The guidance is in two sections: The technical guidance (CH1 - CH199999) explains the legislation and the overall policy about the way it should be applied. The operational guidance (CH200000 onwards) explains how to use the penalties and powers in your job. We are still developing this manual and we will add further guidance as it is produced for all compliance matters, both technical and operational.

  • Look up the additional code (Meursing code) required for import or export of goods containing certain types of milk and sugars

  • Work out your eligible weekly childcare costs, when to report a change in costs

  • Work out whether you can claim Married Couple's Allowance (MCA) and find out how much you could get taken off your tax bill

  • Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) calculator - calculate SSP for an employee

  • If you’ve missed Self Assessment deadlines get an estimate of how much you’ll need to pay in penalties and interest

  • Calculate your part-year profits to end your Tax Credits award and claim Universal Credit if you’re self-employed

  • Find out what benefits you might be able to receive while you're abroad and how to export them from the UK or claim them while abroad