Lucy Bayliss (Bury St Edmunds)

Lucy joined Whiting and Partners in September 2015 and has lived in Bury St Edmunds all her life. She has a dual role, working both within the tax department and within the general practice department. Since joining the firm she has completed her AAT qualification and is currently studying towards ACCA. Other interests include reading and socialising with friends and family.

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Lucy Bayliss
4th July 2019 PAYE Settlement Agreement Deadline – 6 July 2019

A PAYE Settlement agreement allows employers to make one annual payment to cover the tax and National Insurance liability on minor, irregular or impracticable expenses for any employees. HMRC have now changed the process for PSAs and, instead of applying for a new PSA annually, from 2018-19 employers will have an enduring agreement and therefore…

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19th June 2019 Let’s get trivial

Trivial benefits are exempt from income tax and Class 1A NIC and therefore not reportable on a P11D. With the P11D deadline of 6th July fast approaching, I thought now would be the perfect time to review exactly what criteria needs to be met in order to qualify as ‘trivial’. Benefits are exempt from tax…

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13th May 2019 Marriage Allowance

  As detailed in a recent blog written by Matilda Mawson (https://staging.whitingandpartners.co.uk/has-your-claim-for-marriage-allowance-transfer-been-refused/), a ‘Marriage allowance’ was introduced from 5 April 2015 onwards, which allows a person 10% of their personal allowance to be given to their husband, wife or civil partner.   However, if you or your partner were born before 6 April 1935, you…

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11th April 2019 £10 a day from the 1st May!

If you submitted your tax return after the filing deadline of 31 January, or you still have not submitted your tax return, then you will automatically be fined £100 for missing the deadline.   In February, HMRC announced that they would be delaying issuing the late filing penalty notices due to Brexit. They have now…

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