Reminder on changes to Corporation Tax notices
On 19 September 2016 HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) decided to stop sending out paper copies of several important documentsRead more.
Taxpayers warned of Requirement to Correct as deadline approaches
Taxpayers with undeclared offshore tax liabilities, including Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax or Inheritance Tax, are obligated to disclose theseRead more.
More than 100,000 first-time buyers benefit from Stamp Duty Land Tax reforms
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has published data which reveals that more than 100,000 first-time buyers have benefited from StampRead more.
MTD for VAT clarified in new communication from HMRC
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has finally issued a new notice on Making Tax Digital for VAT in which itRead more.
HMRC collects more than £30 billion worth of extra tax in last financial year
New figures from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have revealed that the tax authority brought in a total of £605.8Read more.
Tens of thousands of fake HMRC websites taken down
Figures published by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) show that 20,750 malicious websites have been taken down over the lastRead more.
Documents reveal HMRC plans to secretly access bank account information
Documents published online have revealed HM Revenue & Customs’ (HMRC) plans to secretly access bank account information. The planned newRead more.
The marriage allowance explained
How to make this tax break work for you. Millions of married couples and civil partners in the UK areRead more.
Making Tax Digital for VAT – registered businesses
Obligations from 1 April 2019 onwards. Although the Making Tax Digital (MTD) regime has suffered several setbacks and delays, MTDRead more.
UK’s tax gap continues to fall
Figures released by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) show that the UK’s tax gap – the difference between tax owedRead more.
Working pensioners pay £8.6bn in income tax
Working pensioners are on course to pay £8.6 billion in income tax in 2018/19, according to Aegon. The number ofRead more.
Small businesses say the Government should simplify business rates
A survey has revealed strong support from the UK’s small business community for measures to simplify business rates. A totalRead more.
Professionals call on Treasury not to lower VAT threshold before MTD and Brexit
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has called on the Treasury toRead more.
A quarter of dads may be missing out on paternity pay, according to a new report
The TUC has launched a new campaign calling on the Government to extend paternity pay to more workers, after discoveringRead more.
More than two-fifths of small business owners are still unaware of MTD
According to a new study, Making Tax Digital (MTD) is currently one of the biggest concerns for VAT-registered small businessRead more.
Building contractors will have to comply with complex new VAT rules
Those working in the construction and building industry are being encouraged to get to grips with a new way ofRead more.
Furnished holiday lettings
The pros and cons of letting furnished holiday accommodation. When furnished holiday property is let on a commercial basis forRead more.
Tenant fees ban set to cost landlords £82.9m
A new ban on tenant fees could push costs of more than £80 million onto landlords, government figures have shown. TheRead more.