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EMI Shambles: What Next?
23/04/2018, by BKL, Tax Articles - Business Tax

BKL on the Expiry of Enterprise Management Incentive Scheme Status One of the less pleasant surprises to come out of HMRC at the end of the tax year was the announcement ... Continue Reading

Spring Statement 2018 – Tax Aspects
03/04/2018, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - Budgets and Autumn Statements

TW Ed considers the Spring Statement in all its gory glory... Introduction The Chancellor issued his Spring Statement on 13 March 2018. This article focuses on ... Continue Reading

HMRC Ramps Up 'Gig Economy' Payroll Crackdown
16/02/2018, by Pinsent Masons, Tax Articles - PAYE and Payroll Taxes, National Insurance, NICs

Figures show that HMRC's focus on the 'gig economy' and its clampdown on businesses which wrongly categorise workers as self-employed is bearing fruit, warns Pinsent ... Continue Reading

Scottish Budget
18/12/2017, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - Budgets and Autumn Statements

Headline-grabbing changes to Income Tax – how do they stand up? TwebEd takes a gambol through the, er, thistles. The Scottish Draft Budget for 2018/19 has ... Continue Reading

TW Ed’s Take on the Autumn 2017 Budget
29/11/2017, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - Budgets and Autumn Statements

Given that this was supposed to be a quite momentous occasion, (the first Autumn Budget), it is a shame that there was so little meat on the bones of this wretched ... Continue Reading

Tony Talks - 

ICPA Chairman Tony Margaritelli discusses issues around VAT and HMRC pursuing wrong cases in his latest in-practice blog