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 prevent a negative impact on inward investment to the UK
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 of tax evasion
The CIoT has called on the government to rethink its approach to ensuring online sellers pay the correct amount of VAT.
CIoT has warned that businesses undertaking some commercial transactions will face unnecessary uncertainty because of a lack of clarity about the breadth of a new anti-avoidance tax rule
CIoT has come out against the government’s latest anti-tax evasion legislation, labelling it as “very problematic for businesses”
Queen's Speech legislation aims to crackdown on financial crime and protect those who have money in some auto enrolment schemes
Former CIoT president Stephen Coleclough was sentenced to 14 months in prison, suspended for two years.
Taxation body welcomes departmental investigation into Panama Papers, but questions government’s approach to clampdown on corporate tax evasion
LITRG asks government to delay changes to NICs for the self-employed until OTS publishes its recommendations on merging NI and income tax
Stephen Coleclough was president of the tax institute between 2013 and 2014