New residential property rules trip up vendors

HMRC New residential property rules trip up vendors

6d Helen Thornley, ATT Technical Officer

New residential property rules trip up vendors

Back in March 2020, written pre-pandemic, I warned AccountancyAge readers that UK residents disposing of UK residential property could be in for a sho...

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Dirty cash: the rising threat of Chinese Underground Banking

Legal Dirty cash: the rising threat of Chinese Underground Banking

2w Anne Davis | The Institute of Financial Accountants

Dirty cash: the rising threat of Chinese Undergrou...

Accountants and agents dealing with Chinese clients should be aware of the risk of Chinese Underground Banking to your business and mitigate this risk...

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Biden’s capital gains tax reforms could boost HMRC revenues

HMRC Biden’s capital gains tax reforms could boost HMRC revenues

2w Aoife Morgan

Biden’s capital gains tax reforms could boost HMRC...

US President Joe Biden’s tax plans could incentivise US citizens based in the UK to disclose assets Read More...

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Industry participants critique ‘draconian’ UK tax system

Tax Industry participants critique ‘draconian’ UK tax system

3w Sam Alberti

Industry participants critique ‘draconian’ UK tax ...

Current status tests not fit for purpose, according to sources Read More...

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Accountants have ‘responsibility’ to challenge IR35, opposition group says

Regulation Accountants have ‘responsibility’ to challenge IR35, opposition group says

1m Sam Alberti

Accountants have ‘responsibility’ to challenge IR3...

Parliamentary group suggests industry must push for change Read More...

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Making the most of what you lost

Budget Making the most of what you lost

1m Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

Making the most of what you lost

The Budget 2021 and Finance Bill introduced new extended loss carry back for businesses, with ATT technical officer Emma Rawson outlining the new rule...

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Tax proposals meet mixed reaction

Tax Tax proposals meet mixed reaction

1m Damian Wilson

Tax proposals meet mixed reaction

It was always going to be a big ask from chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak, trying to make a huge deal about Tax Day exactly a year to the day a...

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Industry brandishes tax consultation day a “damp squib”

Budget Industry brandishes tax consultation day a “damp squib”

1m Aoife Morgan

Industry brandishes tax consultation day a “damp s...

Tax leaders criticise the much-anticipated consultation day following delays at the treasury Read More...

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Pre-population proposed to simplify tax

HMRC Pre-population proposed to simplify tax

2m Helen Thornley, ATT Technical Officer

Pre-population proposed to simplify tax

By Helen Thornley, ATT Technical Officer Read More...

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One million businesses re-brace for MTD for VAT – 1 April 2021

Making Tax Digital One million businesses re-brace for MTD for VAT – 1 April 2021

2m Richard Asquith, Avalara

One million businesses re-brace for MTD for VAT – ...

By Richard Asquith, VP global indirect tax at Avalara Read More...

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New working environment triggers tax compliance challenges

Business New working environment triggers tax compliance challenges

2m Leanna Reeves

New working environment triggers tax compliance ch...

Kiki Stannard, managing director at ZEDRA London, says “lines have been blurred” regarding tax obligations due to the pandemic Read More...

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Should you use your Phase 1 MTD software for Phase 2?

HMRC Should you use your Phase 1 MTD software for Phase 2?

3m Matt Lewis

Should you use your Phase 1 MTD software for Phase...

The tight timeframes we saw under Making Tax Digital (MTD) Phase 1 saw many businesses adopt a “compliance first” approach to MTD software. Focused on...

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2021: A mammoth year for tax compliance – are you ready?

Brexit 2021: A mammoth year for tax compliance – are you ready?

3m Sage | Sponsored

2021: A mammoth year for tax compliance – are you ...

Accounting and payroll professionals have been called superheroes of the business world for their incredible response to the pandemic in 2020 and for ...

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Budget 2021: Delays in consultations sparks curiosity among tax leaders

Budget Budget 2021: Delays in consultations sparks curiosity among tax leaders

3m Aoife Morgan

Budget 2021: Delays in consultations sparks curios...

Tax professionals expect a “fuller than usual” Autumn Statement following the UK government’s announcement to delay tax consultations until March 23 R...

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IR35: Tax dangers for accountancy firms

Business IR35: Tax dangers for accountancy firms

3m Michael Paulin

IR35: Tax dangers for accountancy firms

Michael Paulin, tax barrister and founder of Wolf IR35 Legal Services Read More...

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MTD is coming to corporation tax

Corporate Tax MTD is coming to corporation tax

3m Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

MTD is coming to corporation tax

Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer, outlines what Making Tax Digital (MTD) for corporation tax will mean for companies and their agents in practice Re...

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Barton: Tax must be key to corporate strategy

Tax Barton: Tax must be key to corporate strategy

3m Kate Barton

Barton: Tax must be key to corporate strategy

Environmental, geopolitical and health crises are compounding the risks organisations and individuals face, forcing companies and governments to reima...

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IMRG director: Online sales tax too narrow in focus

Budget IMRG director: Online sales tax too narrow in focus

3m Aoife Morgan

IMRG director: Online sales tax too narrow in focu...

Omni-channel retailers disadvantaged the most Read More...

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MTD: Time to get linked up

HMRC MTD: Time to get linked up

3m Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

MTD: Time to get linked up

The final part of the Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT requirements becomes mandatory from April 2021 with the ending of the soft landing for digital ...

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A brief history of taxation

Tax A brief history of taxation

4m Accountancy Age, Reporters

A brief history of taxation

Dr Richard Willis of the University of Sussex travels back a few thousand years to map out a history of tax Read More...

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Brexit deal & the pandemic sink “Singapore-on-Thames” low-tax dream

Brexit Brexit deal & the pandemic sink “Singapore-on-Thames” low-tax dream

4m Richard Asquith, Avalara

Brexit deal & the pandemic sink “Singapore-on-Tham...

By Richard Asquith, VP global indirect tax at Avalara Read More...

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IR35: Where are we now and what does the future hold?

Tax IR35: Where are we now and what does the future hold?

4m Paul Mason

IR35: Where are we now and what does the future ho...

After the government’s postponement of the IR35 changes, the off payroll in the private sector reforms are almost upon us. The focus of decision-makin...

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Buyers’ guide: Pandemic and MTD accelerating tax tech adoption

Tax Buyers’ guide: Pandemic and MTD accelerating tax tech adoption

5m Aaran Fronda

Buyers’ guide: Pandemic and MTD accelerating tax t...

The economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic and HM Revenue & Customs’ Making Tax Digital initiative is accelerating the adoption of tax technol...

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UK tax crunch widely expected

Brexit & Economy UK tax crunch widely expected

6m Tom Lemmon

UK tax crunch widely expected

£394bn deficit means tax rises will be necessary to pay off coronavirus costs Read More...

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US based UK companies expected to face new tax challenges under Biden

Politics US based UK companies expected to face new tax challenges under Biden

6m Leanna Reeves

US based UK companies expected to face new tax cha...

The rise in corporation tax and uncertainty within the tax environment adds burden to UK businesses Read More...

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Q&A: EY’s head of tax on economic deficits, DST, and the tax code

Coronavirus Q&A: EY’s head of tax on economic deficits, DST, and the tax code

6m Leanna Reeves

Q&A: EY’s head of tax on economic deficits, DST, a...

Global head of tax at EY on global economic recovery Read More...

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IR35 rules expected to change over intermediary confusion

Coronavirus IR35 rules expected to change over intermediary confusion

7m Tom Lemmon

IR35 rules expected to change over intermediary co...

The confusion surrounding what constitutes an “intermediary group” under IR35 will likely lead to a change in the primary legislation, according to th...

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