Landlords Bamboozled By Business Expenses

Landlords Bamboozled By Business Expenses

How to deal with business expenses is one of the biggest financial headaches for landlords, says a report. Landlords just do not know the difference between a legitimate business expense and one that is not, claim 53% of accountants polled by online software firm...
Government Decides To Increase Court Fees (Again)

Government Decides To Increase Court Fees (Again)

Back in April 2014 court fees for possession claims increased to £280.00 for a manual claim and £250.00 where the possession claim online system was used. Then, in January 2015, a consultation was issued which proposed a further increase by another £75.00 on both...

Claiming Universal Credit

This entry is part 5 of 8 in the series Universal CreditClaiming universal credit Making the claim A claim for universal credit must be made by means of an electronic communication [1] for which a dedicated claims website will be available or in certain cases by...
When has a claim been made?

When has a claim been made?

Novitskya v (1) London Borough of Brent (2) Secretary of State for Work and Pensions [2009] EWCA Civ 1260 Prior to March 6, 2006, claims for housing benefit were governed by the Housing Benefit (General) Regulations 1987 (S.I. 1987/1971). Regulation 72(1) required a...

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