An MP has filed a motion to review the tax treatment of those who HM Revenue & Customs have challenged over the use of an avoidance scheme.
Controversial plans to digitise tax returns for businesses and the self-employed called Making Tax Digital (MTD) have been dropped from the Finance Bill 2017 but it is possible they will only be delayed because of the announcement of the snap election in June.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has been criticised over its decision to keep IR35 reforms in the Finance Bill 2017 amidst concerns that the new rules “have not been reviewed in detail ahead of the General Election”.
In a surprise move, the Government’s hotly contested Making Tax Digital (MTD) project has been dropped from Finance Bill 2017 – the last Bill to be debated in the House of Commons prior to the snap General Election.
Members of Parliament (MPs) have called upon internet selling platforms such as eBay and Amazon to work harder to ensure that regular users are declaring their online income to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
The Government has warned companies to be aware of important anti-money laundering rule changes coming this summer.
A new study suggests that almost half of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) believe that the Government’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) project will overcomplicate tax.
Almost one in six businesses are applying for a workplace pension after their staging date has passed, according to new research from Aviva.
The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed (IPSE) is calling upon UK contractors to use the Government’s new IR35 status tool to ensure that they are paying the correct amount of tax. The calls follow important IR35 changes which took effect on 6 April 2017, and now see public sector organisations, such as
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