Tax on Wedding Gifts – One Wedding and Some Taxes

WEDDING GIFTS Weddings provide us with the gift of celebrating the love that two people have for each other.  Well that’s what Mrs TTF tells me when I’m complaining about all the waiting around!  But what are the tax implications of giving presents to the happy couple in return for them sharing their special day? A while back the postman … Continue reading

Furnished Holiday Accomodation

It’s family holiday time and we haven chose a cottage in Wells Next the Sea, a beautiful fishing village where we could relax.  I know those with kids are thinking children-relax is an oximoron but I’m ever the optimist!  As it turns out Furnished Holiday Accommodation can be stressful from both a tax and child … Continue reading

Taxation of Employee Awards – Recognising Hard Work

It’s half term so I thought I would take the week off to give Mrs TTF a break from looking after Jabo  (#1 son) and Baby Jarvis (#2 son). Volunteering to be a stay at home Dad for the week seemed like a great idea.  Lots of brownie points whilst playing with Lego.  What could go … Continue reading

5 Tax Tips for Married Couples – Love and Taxes

It’s the day that most men dread. No not changing a nappy for the first time but Valentine ’s Day. A day of stress for the Husband as they play the age old guessing game of whether “I don’t want any fuss” translates to a) please shower me in rose petals and luxury oils or b) feel free … Continue reading

Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) – Baby Business

Our friends are going to have their first baby! After my friend Posh Dan (PD) told me (and after we had a customary drink or two) I obviously relayed the message to Mrs TTF. I was then ordered to ring him and ask “important” questions like due date, do they know the gender, have they … Continue reading