The Chancellor Philip Hammond has confirmed in his recent budget announcement that the VAT threshold will stay at the current level of £85,000 until April 2022
The Chancellor confirmed in his recent budget that IR35 off-payroll working rules, which have already been introduced for the public sector, are to be extended to the private sector.
HMRC has this week published its policy on the loan charge which will apply to disguised remuneration loans that are outstanding on 5 April 2019.
The EU’s Economic and Financial Affairs Council (Ecofin) has finally decided to reduce VAT on online publications, including electronic books, newspapers and periodicals which will bring them into line with print publications and digital media.
It may sound like ‘fake news’ but Companies House has published this year’s list of questionable late filing appeals they’ve received during the last twelve months.
HMRC has updated its VAT cash accounting scheme and the conditions businesses must meet if they want to use it.
HMRC is encouraging millions of employees such as nurses, hairdressers and construction workers to go online and directly check if they can claim extra cash back.
Since our last update on the subject, we’ve had some feedback from our senior contact within HMRC
Trustees of personal and company trust structures need to be aware of two new significant pieces of UK tax legislation which will impact upon their services and their clients
HMRC has outlined its ‘no deal’ VAT preparations should they be needed post Brexit for EU-only traders in a letter sent to over 145,000 VAT-registered businesses.