Jaimie Kaffash

Reporter , Accountancy Age

Articles by Jaimie Kaffash

National Audit Office

HMRC training strategy is undeveloped, says NAO

Auditors find HMRC is unaware of how much money it is spending on skills or where it is being spent

02 Dec 2011

manufacturing-machinery

Enterprise zone relief 'should have gone further'

Capital allowances of 100% should have been extended to all zones, experts say

30 Nov 2011

banks-montage

AS2011: bank levy to increase revenue by £200m a year

Chancellor announces shock increase to bank levy to raise £310m a year

29 Nov 2011

AS2011: pensions measures to save £450m a year

Clarifying rules around asset-based pensions schemes will benefit businesses, say advisors

29 Nov 2011

AS2011: 'above the line' accounting for R&D credits

Osborne confirms proposals made in reseach & development consultation

29 Nov 2011

AS2011: 100% capital allowances to be rolled out

ENGLISH regions are to benefit from an extension of preferential capital allowance rates

29 Nov 2011

AS2011: Osborne targets pension tax avoidance

Osborne targets tax avoidance based on pensions in an effort to raise £500m a year

29 Nov 2011

HMRC targets electricians

Taxman announces that electricians will follow plumbers as the target of its campaign

29 Nov 2011

Osborne set to increase bank levy

Chancellor expected to announce increase to 0.078% from 0.075%

29 Nov 2011

The GAAR report: was it worth it?

Graham Aaronson's report has been accused of generating uncertainty. But the real question should be whether the exercise was worth it

23 Nov 2011

Pilot businesses needed for RTI initiative

HMRC call for 1,300 businesses to test real time reporting initiative

23 Nov 2011

Aaronson recommends 'narrowly focussed' GAAR

Study group recommends introduction of general anti-avoidance rule

21 Nov 2011

Asperger ruling highlights abundant HMRC service problems

A PAYE penalty appeal has shown issues with cuts to regional offices, online filing and inconsistent tribunal rulings

18 Nov 2011

PAYE penalty reforms 'too little, too late'

Advisors say automatic notices for late PAYE reforms should be introduced before next year

18 Nov 2011

Guernsey increases income tax allowance

Duties on property, fuel, tobacco and accohol rise under 2012 Budget proposals

18 Nov 2011

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