PCG confident following IR35 appeal

Administration PCG confident following IR35 appeal

20y Larry Schlesinger, Writer

PCG confident following IR35 appeal

Veteran anti-IR35 campaigners, the Professional Contractors Group, are upbeat and confident after the Court of Appeal heard their appeal against the c...

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E-filing deluge faces Revenue

Administration E-filing deluge faces Revenue

20y Alex Miller.

E-filing deluge faces Revenue

The Inland Revenue has said it can cope with the deluge of extra work that would result if e-filing of payroll returns is made compulsory. Read More...

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Revenue chief backs Accenture deal

Administration Revenue chief backs Accenture deal

20y our parliamentary staff

Revenue chief backs Accenture deal

Inland Revenue chairman Sir Nick Montagu told MPs this week, he was confident the two year extension deal for the controversial NIRS2 computer system ...

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Experts condemn Revenue outsourcing

Administration Experts condemn Revenue outsourcing

20y Liesbeth Evers

Experts condemn Revenue outsourcing

A £4bn IT contract is up for grabs as the Inland Revenue continues to outsource its core IT functions in the face of widespread condemnation from indu...

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Pondering 'weather' to head for a sunny holiday camp with the Home

Administration Pondering 'weather' to head for a sunny holiday camp with the Home

20y Naomi Young.

Pondering 'weather' to head for a sunny holiday ca...

Most of my CPE reading consists of scanning the job pages of Accountancy Age. Did anyone else spot the wonderful spelling mistake on the Home Office a...

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Inland Revenue broke EU rules

Administration Inland Revenue broke EU rules

20y Philip Smith.

Inland Revenue broke EU rules

The Inland Revenue risked breaking EU law by extending a multi-million pound contract with Accenture to operate its national insurance computer, finan...

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Revenue complaints procedure slated

Administration Revenue complaints procedure slated

20y AccountancyAge.com

Revenue complaints procedure slated

It should be easier for those on low income to complain to the Inland Revenue about poor service, say tax experts. Read More...

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Letters - Challenge Revenue view.

Administration Letters - Challenge Revenue view.

20y Kevin Miller

Letters - Challenge Revenue view.

I read the extract from new publication IR35 – A Guide for Contractors that was published on your website and highlighted in your magazine (What...

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Revenue staff protest for more money

Administration Revenue staff protest for more money

20y Gavin Hinks, Writer

Revenue staff protest for more money

Staff at the Inland Revenue are taking industrial action in protest at the level of their annual pay award. Read More...

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Chris Moncrieff - The corridors of power ...

Administration Chris Moncrieff - The corridors of power ...

20y Chris Moncrieff

Chris Moncrieff - The corridors of power ...

Edward Leigh, a hard-line, argumentative right-wing Tory, whose name is barely known outside Westminster or his Gainsborough constituency, has quietly...

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Brown attacked over renovations VAT

Administration Brown attacked over renovations VAT

20y our parliamentary staff

Brown attacked over renovations VAT

Shadow chancellor Matthew Taylor has demanded the scrapping of the 5% concessionary rate of VAT on the cost of renovations, to be replaced by the prev...

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PwC says Brown may defer tax rises

Administration PwC says Brown may defer tax rises

20y Michelle Perry, Writer

PwC says Brown may defer tax rises

Consistent funding of public services may force the chancellor to defer anticipated tax rises in his next Budget, PricewaterhouseCoopers has warned. R...

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Tax credits 'to cost billions'

Administration Tax credits 'to cost billions'

20y AccountancyAge.com

Tax credits 'to cost billions'

The government's new employment tax credit for low-wage workers and the integrated child credit for families with children could cost around Pounds 2....

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No need for tax rises, E&Y warns Brown

Administration No need for tax rises, E&Y warns Brown

20y Philip Smith.

No need for tax rises, E&Y warns Brown

Ernst & Young's ITEM Club has warned the chancellor there is no need for tax increases in the next Budget, saying such a move would be damaging to...

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FATF commits to fight terror money

Administration FATF commits to fight terror money

20y Philip Smith.

FATF commits to fight terror money

The Financial Action Task Force has formally expanded its role to fight terrorist finances in addition to money laundering. Read More...

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Charities put under finance watch

Administration Charities put under finance watch

20y AccountancyAge.com

Charities put under finance watch

The Charity Commission investigated more than 1,000 allegations of abuse or maladministration last year, according to the commission's latest annual r...

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FATF moves to cut terrorist finances

Administration FATF moves to cut terrorist finances

20y Gavin Hinks, Writer

FATF moves to cut terrorist finances

An emergency meeting of the Financial Action Task Force this morning stated its mission was to 'strangle and cut the supply of money and assets that t...

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Brown launches share incentive plan

Administration Brown launches share incentive plan

20y Gavin Hinks, Writer

Brown launches share incentive plan

The government today launched an effort to kick-start business particpation in employee share ownership schemes. Read More...

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Share incentive plan panned

Administration Share incentive plan panned

20y Gavin Hinks, Writer

Share incentive plan panned

Experts have lashed out at the government's freshly-launched Share Incentive Plan, calling it a missed opportunity. Read More...

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UK joins FATF in meeting on terror

Administration UK joins FATF in meeting on terror

20y Gavin Hinks, Writer

UK joins FATF in meeting on terror

The UK is to participate in an emergency meeting of the Financial Action Task Force in a bid to develop an international strategy for dealing with the...

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Revenue denies 'cosy' NAO alliance

Administration Revenue denies 'cosy' NAO alliance

20y Philip Smith.

Revenue denies 'cosy' NAO alliance

The head of the Inland Revenue has angrily denied a 'cosy relationship' exists between the Revenue and the National Audit Office during a grilling by ...

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Report calls for Revenue to assist farms

Administration Report calls for Revenue to assist farms

20y our parliamentary staff

Report calls for Revenue to assist farms

The government has been told to ensure that the Inland Revenue and Customs & Excise continue to allow hard-hit farms and rural businesses to defer...

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Foreign office pips Revenue in web league

Administration Foreign office pips Revenue in web league

20y Larry Schlesinger, Writer

Foreign office pips Revenue in web league

The Inland Revenue has fallen behind the Foreign Office as the most searched for government website, according to search engine msn.co.uk. Read More...

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Call to Brown to end VAT confusion

Administration Call to Brown to end VAT confusion

20y Larry Schlesinger, Writer

Call to Brown to end VAT confusion

The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants has called for chancellor Gordon Brown to end the complexity and lack of clarity over valued added ...

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M&S fight with Customs heard in Europe

Administration M&S fight with Customs heard in Europe

20y AccountancyAge.com

M&S fight with Customs heard in Europe

High Street retailer Marks & Spencer yesterday continued its fight to reclaim £12m of VAT dating back to 1973 from HM Customs & Excise in the ...

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Evasion bill risks 'disastrous'

Administration Evasion bill risks 'disastrous'

20y Gavin Hinks, Writer

Evasion bill risks 'disastrous'

Tax experts have expressed deep concern about new legislation to tackle tax evasion and money laundering as the government moved this week to put acco...

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Exclusive: Mrs Doyle is new Hector

Administration Exclusive: Mrs Doyle is new Hector

20y Alex Miller.

Exclusive: Mrs Doyle is new Hector

Mrs Doyle, the tea lady from hit TV series Father Ted, will be unveiled by the Inland Revenue on Monday as the new secret weapon in its battle to prom...

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