CIOT calls on HMRC to delay VAT reverse charge

HMRC CIOT calls on HMRC to delay VAT reverse charge

2y Chris Jewers

CIOT calls on HMRC to delay VAT reverse charge

Some 150,000 businesses in the construction and building sector will be affected by the change, and the CIOT is concerned there will be a flurry of di...

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Making Tax Digital – Understanding the turnover exemption

MTD Making Tax Digital – Understanding the turnover exemption

2y richardwild, Head of CIOT Tax Technical Team

Making Tax Digital – Understanding the turnover ex...

CIOT's Richard Wild clarifies just who is eligible for exemption from MTD - after HMRC revealed that around two-thirds of exemption applications to da...

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Women in Finance: 11-15 revealed!

People In Business Women in Finance: 11-15 revealed!

2y Beth McLoughlin

Women in Finance: 11-15 revealed!

Our second Women in Finance ranking spotlights influential women across various sectors, including government, business, finance and accountancy, who ...

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Women in Finance: 16-20 revealed!

People In Business Women in Finance: 16-20 revealed!

2y Beth McLoughlin

Women in Finance: 16-20 revealed!

Our second Women in Finance ranking spotlights influential women across various sectors, including government, business, finance and accountancy, who ...

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Should Making Tax Digital be delayed until 2022?

Making Tax Digital Should Making Tax Digital be delayed until 2022?

2y Beth McLoughlin

Should Making Tax Digital be delayed until 2022?

The ICAEW, CIOT and ATT have added their voices to calls from the House of Lords to delay the MTD deadline Read More...

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John Cullinane, Tax Policy Director, CIOT

People In Business John Cullinane, Tax Policy Director, CIOT

3y Emma Smith, Managing Editor

John Cullinane, Tax Policy Director, CIOT

John Cullinane was appointed tax policy director of the Chartered Institute of Taxation in September 2015 and was named in 44th position on the Accoun...

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Financial Power List 2018: 41-45 revealed

People In Business Financial Power List 2018: 41-45 revealed

3y Emma Smith, Managing Editor

Financial Power List 2018: 41-45 revealed

We reveal the individuals who have made positions 41-45 on the Financial Power List 2018 Read More...

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Making Tax Digital – still full steam ahead?

Making Tax Digital Making Tax Digital – still full steam ahead?

4y Margaret Curran

Making Tax Digital – still full steam ahead?

The recent announcements around MTD place VAT firmly at the forefront of the programme – but where does that leave MTD for other taxes? The CIOT’s Mar...

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Relationship between ‘gig economy’ and tax must be examined

Legal Relationship between ‘gig economy’ and tax must be examined

4y Alia Shoaib, Reporter

Relationship between ‘gig economy’ and tax must be...

LITRG urges the Taylor review to examine the relationship between tax and non-standard work Read More...

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Making Tax Digital: Q&A with head of tax technical team at CIOT

Making Tax Digital Making Tax Digital: Q&A with head of tax technical team at CIOT

4y Alia Shoaib, Reporter

Making Tax Digital: Q&A with head of tax techn...

As part of a series of interviews on Making Tax Digital, Accountancy Age speaks to Richard Wild, head of tax technical team at CIOT, about the digital...

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CIOT warns government against ‘rushing’ Finance Bill

Politics CIOT warns government against ‘rushing’ Finance Bill

4y Alia Shoaib, Reporter

CIOT warns government against ‘rushing’ Finance Bi...

With the general election on 8 June, CIOT has warned against rushing through extensive legislation without adequate scrutiny and an appropriate timefr...

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CIOT highlights looming landlord taxation changes

Personal Tax CIOT highlights looming landlord taxation changes

4y Emma Smith, Managing Editor

CIOT highlights looming landlord taxation changes

The first phase of a process to restrict the amount of tax relief for residential landlords to the basic rate of tax will enter into force on April 6 ...

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Tax reform group highlights ‘flaws’ in government pension strategy

Pensions Tax reform group highlights ‘flaws’ in government pension strategy

4y Emma Smith, Managing Editor

Tax reform group highlights ‘flaws’ in government ...

The planned reduction to the pension money purchase annual allowance could lead to financial hardship for certain individuals Read More...

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CIOT voices concern over proposed VAT crackdown measures

Institutes CIOT voices concern over proposed VAT crackdown measures

4y Emma Smith, Managing Editor

CIOT voices concern over proposed VAT crackdown me...

New government measures to target abuse of a VAT simplification scheme may have 'unwelcome consequences' for small businesses, says the institute Read...

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Budget is a 'springboard' for tax policy reform, says new report

Corporate Tax Budget is a 'springboard' for tax policy reform, says new report

4y Stephanie Wix, Writer

Budget is a 'springboard' for tax policy reform, s...

Report argues that the government must change the way it makes tax and budget decisions Read More...

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CIOT announces 2017-18 presidential team

Accounting Standards CIOT announces 2017-18 presidential team

4y Stephanie Wix, Writer

CIOT announces 2017-18 presidential team

The new team will begin their new roles on May 9, 2017 for a year term Read More...

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Tyrie on Finance Bill 2017: ‘Making Tax Policy Better’

Consulting Tyrie on Finance Bill 2017: ‘Making Tax Policy Better’

4y Stephanie Wix, Writer

Tyrie on Finance Bill 2017: ‘Making Tax Policy Bet...

Andrew Tyrie airs views on the Finance Bill, 'Making Tax Policy Better' report, and Brexit Read More...

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MTD described as ‘insufficient’ and ‘unrealistic’ via major institute research

Corporate Tax MTD described as ‘insufficient’ and ‘unrealistic’ via major institute research

5y Stephanie Wix, Writer

MTD described as ‘insufficient’ and ‘unrealistic’ ...

Accountants continue to pile pressure on HMRC to backtrack on its proposals for Making Tax Digital - with the consultation period set to end Read More...

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'Clear' tax avoidance guidance for advisers issued by institutes

Accounting Standards 'Clear' tax avoidance guidance for advisers issued by institutes

5y Stephanie Wix, Writer

'Clear' tax avoidance guidance for advisers issued...

Updated guidance on the standards expected of tax advisers and agents have been published by leading UK accountancy and tax bodies Read More...

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CIoT calls for two year delay to changes to tax relief for corporate interest expense

Corporate Tax CIoT calls for two year delay to changes to tax relief for corporate interest expense

5y Richard Crump, Writer

CIoT calls for two year delay to changes to tax re...

THE CI0T has called on the government to delay changes to tax relief for corporate interest expense to help businesses adjust to the new regime and pr...

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CIoT urges HMRC to delay introduction of new corporate tax evasion offence

Corporate Tax CIoT urges HMRC to delay introduction of new corporate tax evasion offence

5y Richard Crump, Writer

CIoT urges HMRC to delay introduction of new corpo...

CIot urges HMRC to consider a delay to the 1 September 2017 introduction of its new corporate offence of failure to prevent the criminal facilitation ...

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CIoT urges government to rethink VAT approach to online traders

Corporate Tax CIoT urges government to rethink VAT approach to online traders

5y Richard Crump, Writer

CIoT urges government to rethink VAT approach to o...

The CIoT has called on the government to rethink its approach to ensuring online sellers pay the correct amount of VAT. Read More...

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CIoT warns on new new targeted anti-avoidance rule

Accounting Standards CIoT warns on new new targeted anti-avoidance rule

5y Richard Crump, Writer

CIoT warns on new new targeted anti-avoidance rule

CIoT has warned that businesses undertaking some commercial transactions will face unnecessary uncertainty because of a lack of clarity about the brea...

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Criminal tax evasion 'very problematic' for companies, claims CIoT

Corporate Tax Criminal tax evasion 'very problematic' for companies, claims CIoT

5y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Criminal tax evasion 'very problematic' for compan...

CIoT has come out against the government’s latest anti-tax evasion legislation, labelling it as “very problematic for businesses” Read More...

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Queen's Speech: Millions of pension savings protected by new legislation

Administration Queen's Speech: Millions of pension savings protected by new legislation

5y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Queen's Speech: Millions of pension savings protec...

Queen's Speech legislation aims to crackdown on financial crime and protect those who have money in some auto enrolment schemes Read More...

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Ex-CIoT president avoids jail following child porn sentencing

People Business Ex-CIoT president avoids jail following child porn sentencing

5y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Ex-CIoT president avoids jail following child porn...

Former CIoT president Stephen Coleclough was sentenced to 14 months in prison, suspended for two years. Read More...

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CIoT welcomes government’s 'joined-up' Panama Papers investigation

Accounting Standards CIoT welcomes government’s 'joined-up' Panama Papers investigation

5y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

CIoT welcomes government’s 'joined-up' Panama Pape...

Taxation body welcomes departmental investigation into Panama Papers, but questions government’s approach to clampdown on corporate tax evasion Read M...

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