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Domestic reverse charge

Domestic Reverse Charge Delay in the implementation of the domestic reverse charge   The domestic reverse charge has been introduced by the government to reduce VAT fraud in the construction sector. Originally this legislation was to be introduced...

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Making Tax Digital – Exemption available

LITRG Press Release: Relief available for taxpayers struggling to find accessible software for new tax rulesAnyone who cannot find suitably accessible software to comply with the new Making Tax Digital for VAT rules should apply to HMRC...

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Requirement to Correct

Requirement to Correct  regime  is linked to the common reporting standard, which underpins the international information exchange agreements network. It allows over 100 jurisdictions to share tax and banking information with one...

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Making tax digital

Making Tax Digital LITRG Press release: 100 days to digital tax deadline – but where’s the exemption guidance?With just over 100 days to go before it becomes compulsory for most VAT registered businesses to keep digital records and file...

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IR35 and Public Authorities

IR35 for public authorities HMRC have issued revised guidelines on who falls within the remit of a public authority under IR35. The changes apply from April 2017 and relate to whether the legislation applies to one off payroll...

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Rangers EBT case : Press Release by CIOT

Supreme Court takes a strong stance on the Rangers EBT caseHMRC is likely to issue follower notices to employee benefit trusts (EBTs) currently under enquiry, where the circumstances match those in the Supreme Court’s decision in the...

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Budget 2017

A SIMPLE GUIDE TO THE BUDGET 2017This is a basic guide to the Budget 2017.  It is an introduction only and should not be used as a definitive guide, since individual circumstances may vary. Specific advice should be obtained, where...

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Negligent director and national insurance

National insurance contribution reversal for an alleged negligent directorFIRST TIER TRIBUNAL CASEANTHONY PETER BROUGHTON-HEAD Appellant– and –THE COMMISSIONERS FOR HMRC RespondentsThe Tribunal determined the appeal on 6 February...

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An Overview of Inheritance Tax

When planning out their estates, many people forget about inheritance tax. They bequeath their belongings to their loved ones, and they don’t think about their heirs having to pay that inheritance tax on both property and money that is...

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National Insurance Contributions In The UK

What are National Insurance contributions in the United Kingdom and who has to pay them? How do taxpayers pay it? How much do they have to pay?1. What Are They- National Insurance contributions are paid by people. They pay them in order...

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The Services That Are Provided By An Accountant

The job of an accountant is to keep track of numbers that primarily are the result of business activity. Keeping track of day to day transactions such as sales, inventory, discounts, taxes and the like can get very detailed and if not...

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Self Assessment & PAYE tax gap narrows

The UK’s tax gap, which is the difference between tax collected by HMRC through self assessment, disclosure schemes and tax investigations and the amount of tax owed has narrowed to 6.4%. This is welcoming news for both the Treasury and...

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