FSB: It’s right to review what could ruin the self-employed, ‘retrospective’ or not.
— Read on www.contractoruk.com/news/0013956small_business_group_backs_2019_loan_charge_review.html
As we approach the go-live date for MTD for VAT, there has been an acceleration in new or revised HMRC guidance and procedures – three developments h
— Read on www.accountingweb.co.uk/tax/hmrc-policy/mtd-changes-to-hmrc-guidance-and-procedure
As we hit the busiest 10 days for filing tax returns, HMRC’s computer is experiencing systems errors, spewing out incorrect penalties and wiping some tax
— Read on www.accountingweb.co.uk/tax/hmrc-policy/hmrc-computer-errors-cause-tax-return-grief
‘The April charge is the sort of taxation that led to the birth of the Magna Carta.’
— Read on www.contractoruk.com/news/0013935mps_brand_2019_loan_charge_unacceptable.html
For years we have been irritated by HMRC insisting that all directors must register for self assessment, even if they have no tax to pay. Now HMRC has chang
— Read on www.accountingweb.co.uk/tax/hmrc-policy/hmrc-changes-guidance-for-directors-returns
The Treasury has been forced to agree to review its controversial 2019 loan charge proposals, which are designed to tackle disguised remuneration, by the end of March after a cross-party group of MPs were successful in pushing through an amendment to the Finance Bill
— Read on www.accountancydaily.co/treasury-review-2019-loan-charge
The self-employed are at risk of being charged for late payment of tax because of a technical glitch in the Government’s systems, accountants have warned.
— Read on www.telegraph.co.uk/tax/return/self-employed-risk-fines-hmrc-sends-inaccurate-tax-reminders/
An anonymous source has published a VERY interesting document that sheds light onto HMRC’s “culture”, from the inside. The leaked internal report, from 2016,
— Read on www.dotas-scandal.org/a-unique-insight-into-the-rotten-hmrc-culture/