12/06/2018, by Peter Vaines, Tax Articles - Business Tax
As part of his monthly newsletter for Field Court Tax Chambers, Peter Vaines highlights just how Draconian are HMRC’s new powers to demand securities – ... Continue Reading
11/05/2018, by Peter Vaines, Tax Articles - General
Peter Vaines looks at discovery assessments, the extension of the DOTAS regime to Inheritance Tax, and a curious case of deemed income without a source that did ... Continue Reading
10/05/2018, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - HMRC Administration, Practice & Methods
TW Ed warns that neither HMRC, nor the taxpaying public, will learn from its mistakes unless HMRC admits to them.
It may be said that “no publicity is bad ... Continue Reading
10/05/2018, by Andrew Hubbard, Tax Articles - Business Tax
Andrew Hubbard of RSM discusses changes to HMRC's Digital Transformation Programme
HMRC announced significant changes to some of its major projects this week as ... Continue Reading
10/05/2018, by Dave Chaplin, Tax Articles - Business Tax
Dave Chaplin’s investigation into HMRC’s online Employment Status tool and its use by Public Sector Bodies reveals many contractors are being wrongly ... Continue Reading
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
17/04/2018, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - Professionals in Practice & Industry
TW Ed reviews Bloomsbury's first Tax Conference aimed at advisers to Owner-Managed Businesses.
There was a first class panel of speakers, including Peter Rayney, ... Continue Reading
03/04/2018, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - Budgets and Autumn Statements
TW Ed considers the Spring Statement in all its gory glory...
The Chancellor issued his Spring Statement on 13 March 2018. This article focuses on ... Continue Reading
16/02/2018, by Lee Sharpe, Tax Articles - HMRC Administration, Practice & Methods
TWebEd muses on how much fun tax agents are likely to have in 2018...
Well, January's finally over. Who knew caffeine withdrawal could be so... fun?
It ... Continue Reading
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