Friday Afternoon Live: Making Tax Digital; CIMA prez's new role; tax conduct guidance

Corporate Tax Friday Afternoon Live: Making Tax Digital; CIMA prez's new role; tax conduct guidance

5y Kevin Reed, Writer

Friday Afternoon Live: Making Tax Digital; CIMA pr...

Making Tax Digital; CIMA's president taking up the chair role of its jointly-founded new international organisation; and new tax adviser conduct rules...

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HMRC and Concentrix discuss ‘early exit’ as NAO launches inquiry

Personal Tax HMRC and Concentrix discuss ‘early exit’ as NAO launches inquiry

5y Andrew Goodall

HMRC and Concentrix discuss ‘early exit’ as NAO la...

Taxman lines up early exit from doomed Concentrix tax credits deal, as HMRC faces intense scrutiny from MPs Read More...

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Crowe Clark Whitehill announces partner promotion

Accounting Firms Crowe Clark Whitehill announces partner promotion

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Crowe Clark Whitehill announces partner promotion

Crowe Clark Whitehill , the top 20 accountancy firm, has announced the promotion of Chris Mould to partner Read More...

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Friday Afternoon Live: Making Tax Digital and UK governance overhaul

Business Regulation Friday Afternoon Live: Making Tax Digital and UK governance overhaul

5y Kevin Reed, Writer

Friday Afternoon Live: Making Tax Digital and UK g...

The latest opinions from Accountancy Age on Making Tax Digital, and outline plans to evolve the UK's corporate governance regime Read More...

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Five million already using PTAs, but is MTD too much for HMRC?

Personal Tax Five million already using PTAs, but is MTD too much for HMRC?

5y Stephanie Wix, Writer

Five million already using PTAs, but is MTD too mu...

Five million taxpayers are ow using digital personal tax accounts (PTA) as part of the making tax digital strategy, HMRC said Read More...

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Concerns raised for tax-paying non-doms

Personal Tax Concerns raised for tax-paying non-doms

5y Stephanie Wix, Writer

Concerns raised for tax-paying non-doms

UK-based non-doms have paid ten times more tax than the average taxpayer, raising concerns over the Brexit impact on non-dom contributions and therefo...

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Investors sue Ingenious Media over tax losses

Legal Investors sue Ingenious Media over tax losses

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Investors sue Ingenious Media over tax losses

A group of investors in film schemes HMRC has determined as tax avoidance are suing Ingenious Media, the company that offered the schemes, and leading...

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Worldwide Disclosure Facility for offshore tax evasion launched

Personal Tax Worldwide Disclosure Facility for offshore tax evasion launched

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Worldwide Disclosure Facility for offshore tax eva...

A new online disclosure facility has launched today giving offshore evaders a last chance to settle tax on their wealth hidden offshore ahead of new d...

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HMRC collects £3bn through accelerated payment notices

Personal Tax HMRC collects £3bn through accelerated payment notices

5y Richard Crump, Writer

HMRC collects £3bn through accelerated payment not...

HMRC has collected £3bn by forcing those under investigation for tax avoidance to pay up disputed tax immediately Read More...

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HMRC revises VAT treatment of dwellings

Personal Tax HMRC revises VAT treatment of dwellings

5y Richard Crump, Writer

HMRC revises VAT treatment of dwellings

HMRC has outlined a change in VAT policy to the treatment of dwellings that have been formed from either the construction of new buildings, or from th...

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Duke of Westminster and IHT – a tragedy from all perspectives

Personal Tax Duke of Westminster and IHT – a tragedy from all perspectives

5y Accountancy Age, Reporters

Duke of Westminster and IHT – a tragedy from all p...

Let us hope that valuable asset protection vehicles are not made prohibitively burdensome or abolished in the desire to “simplify” IHT Read More...

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Government presses ahead with non-dom tax changes

Personal Tax Government presses ahead with non-dom tax changes

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Government presses ahead with non-dom tax changes

The government is pressing ahead with changes to the way it taxes individuals with a foreign domicile Read More...

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The Practitioner: You get what you PAYE for

Personal Tax The Practitioner: You get what you PAYE for

5y The Practitioner

The Practitioner: You get what you PAYE for

I will feel slightly awkward when I write to the client who is about to receive a large invoice from the PAYE expert, offering him the fee protection ...

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HMRC inheritance tax take hits £4.7bn all-time high

Personal Tax HMRC inheritance tax take hits £4.7bn all-time high

5y Richard Crump, Writer

HMRC inheritance tax take hits £4.7bn all-time hig...

IHT take up 17% in just a year as more estates pass tax threshold Read More...

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Government looks to close tax loophole on staff benefits

Corporate Tax Government looks to close tax loophole on staff benefits

5y AccountancyAge staff

Government looks to close tax loophole on staff be...

The Treasury is consulting on how businesses remunerate their staff to assess whether companies are artificially using benefits in kind to avoid tax R...

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Taxman mulls changes to SDLT filing and payment process

Personal Tax Taxman mulls changes to SDLT filing and payment process

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Taxman mulls changes to SDLT filing and payment pr...

HMRC has launched a consultation on proposals to make changes to stamp duty land tax filing and payments processes Read More...

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Harry Potter star Rupert Grint loses £1m tax refund battle

Personal Tax Harry Potter star Rupert Grint loses £1m tax refund battle

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Harry Potter star Rupert Grint loses £1m tax refun...

Harry Potter star Rupert Grint has lost his legal bid to claim a £1m tax refund Read More...

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Post-Brexit surge of EU tax cases expected

Corporate Tax Post-Brexit surge of EU tax cases expected

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Post-Brexit surge of EU tax cases expected

Advisers anticipate a surge in the number of new tax cases sent to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) following the UK’s decision to le...

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Sports professionals in line for VAT clampdown, UHY Hacker Young claims

Personal Tax Sports professionals in line for VAT clampdown, UHY Hacker Young claims

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Sports professionals in line for VAT clampdown, UH...

Sports professionals could be in line for a targeted tax clampdown with new restrictions being placed on their ability to claim back tax Read More...

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Friday Afternoon Live: We discuss HMRC's adviser 'service standards'

Accounting Firms Friday Afternoon Live: We discuss HMRC's adviser 'service standards'

5y Kevin Reed, Writer

Friday Afternoon Live: We discuss HMRC's adviser '...

Head of editorial Kevin Reed talks about HMRC's so-called 'service standards for tax advisers'; Concerns over Companies House's plans to purge its dat...

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HMRC and Ingenious both claim victory in long-running tax avoidance dispute

Personal Tax HMRC and Ingenious both claim victory in long-running tax avoidance dispute

5y Richard Crump, Writer

HMRC and Ingenious both claim victory in long-runn...

Ingenious Film Partners and HMRC have both claimed to have won a victory in their long-running tax dispute in a ruling which could leave many investor...

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Prosecutors call for tougher Luxleaks sentences

Accounting Firms Prosecutors call for tougher Luxleaks sentences

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Prosecutors call for tougher Luxleaks sentences

Prosecutors in Luxembourg have called for tougher sentences for two former PwC employees found guilty in the Luxleaks tax scandal Read More...

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IR35 reforms set to decimate public sector

Personal Tax IR35 reforms set to decimate public sector

5y Richard Crump, Writer

IR35 reforms set to decimate public sector

Government services will be decimated if proposed reforms to IR35 in the public sector go ahead, a study has warned Read More...

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EQ Accountants appoints new partner

Accounting Firms EQ Accountants appoints new partner

5y Richard Crump, Writer

EQ Accountants appoints new partner

Angela Haig, who specialises in personal and business taxation, takes up her position within the Forfar office of accountancy firm EQ Accountants Read...

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HMRC extends date for withdrawal of transitional relief on investment growth

Personal Tax HMRC extends date for withdrawal of transitional relief on investment growth

5y Richard Crump, Writer

HMRC extends date for withdrawal of transitional r...

HMRC intends to extend the date for withdrawal of transitional relief on investment growth from 30 November 2016 to 31 March 2017 Read More...

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Jane Ellison takes over from Gauke as 'tax minister'

Business Regulation Jane Ellison takes over from Gauke as 'tax minister'

5y Kevin Reed, Writer

Jane Ellison takes over from Gauke as 'tax ministe...

Jane Ellison to serve as 'tax minister' following ministerial responsibilities for public health. David Gauke become chief secretary to the Treasury R...

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Friday Afternoon Live: Accountants in government; audit market concentration; Top 40 Networks

Audit Friday Afternoon Live: Accountants in government; audit market concentration; Top 40 Networks

5y Kevin Reed, Writer

Friday Afternoon Live: Accountants in government; ...

Head of editorial Kevin Reed discusses the accountants in the new cabinet; the FRC's report into audit market concentration; and the Top 40 Internatio...

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