Tax planning

Tax / HMRC: less than a month to file tax return

Around 5.4m taxpayers have less than a month (25 days) to complete their self assessments ahead of the 31 January deadline

Tax / DAC 6 to be replaced by OECD rules

There are to be changes to the way UK intermediaries report cross border tax arrangements post-Brexit, with the EU DAC directive set to be replaced by OECD rules later this year

Tax / Q&A: VAT changes to B2C professional services

In our regular Q&A series, Croner Taxwise, VAT adviser, Priyesh Mistry, explores whether accountants continue to charge UK VAT on tax returns for individuals living in the EU, or if they become the same as the work for non-EU clients

Tax / 2,700 taxpayers file returns on Christmas Day

Over 2,700 taxpayers took time out from their Christmas Day festivities to go online to file their self assessment tax return, HMRC has revealed

Tax / Director’s national insurance calculations - CPD module

This month's exclusive Accountancy Daily CPD module focuses on director’s national insurance contributions, understanding the special calculation rules and which, if any, exceptions may be available to exempt them

Tax / Q&A: VAT implications of the Northern Ireland protocol

In our regular Q&A series, Croner Taxwise, VAT advice consultant, Sally Atkins, clarifies the post-Brexit VAT rules for clients based in Northern Ireland who both supply goods to and buy from mainland UK and the Republic of Ireland

Tax / Budget date set: 3 March 2021

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has revealed the next UK Budget will be held on Wednesday, 3 March 2021

Tax / Don’t get caught by tax on virtual Christmas parties

With the festive season upon us, the annual company Christmas party will look very different, but will the tax implications be the same? SJD Accountancy’s Joanne Harris unwraps HMRC’s approach to staff celebrations and gifts

Tax / Record 3,126 businesses liquidated to reduce CGT

A flood of businesses are voluntarily closing down due to the economic uncertainty around covid-19 and fears over a possible increase in capital gains tax (CGT), according to analysis by Price Bailey

Tax / Tax updates 2020 part 1: personal

In a round-up of the biggest personal tax stories of the year, we look at all the non-coronavirus news, including a potential wealth tax, CGT charges on second home sales, ‘deliberate’ errors, fall in IHT receipts, buy-to-let tax hikes and pension tax relief admin discrepancy

Tax / Q&A: fitted furniture and reduced-rated building work

In our regular Q&A series, Croner Taxwise senior VAT consultant, Vivienne Scott, answers whether VAT should be charged on fitted furniture in renovated and converted houses

Tax / IR35 tool fails to deliver result in 19% of cases

With reforms to the off payroll working regulations set to be introduced to the private sector in April next year, HMRC’s online tool for determining IR35 status has failed to produce a definite answer in almost one in five cases over the past year

Tax / £13.8bn at risk in FTSE 100 tax disputes

FTSE 100 companies face having to pay out £13.8bn as a result of tax disputes with tax authorities globally, according to research by Thomson Reuters

Tax / Government lays out post-Brexit NI VAT and duty details

The government has introduced legislation to Parliament providing clarity for how customs, VAT, and excise duty will be dealt with in Northern Ireland after the end of the Brexit transition period

Tax / HMRC eases deadlines for non-EU VAT refund claims

HMRC has published details of the actions it is taking to enable overseas (not established in the EU) businesses to claim VAT refunds in cases where the necessary paperwork has been delayed because of Covid-19 restrictions
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