The government has agreed to defer loan charge repayment date to September 2020 in a move which will see 11,000 affected taxpayers removed from the tax clawback following the release of the Amyas review
A rigid £50 cap on the trivial benefits exemption can catch out lucky staff who receive generous gifts from employers. Yvette Nunn CTA ATT MAAT, director of Berkeley Associates, warns of potential tax pitfalls if you receive a lavish Christmas hamper or a wedge of gift vouchers
With four months to go until the IR35 off payroll rules start to apply in the private sector, HMRC has published its first update to its controversial check employment status for tax (CEST) tool since it was launched in 2017
The EU Directive on administrative cooperation in relation to tax, known as DAC 6, is out for a draft legislation consultation with the first reporting dates scheduled for August 2020. Meg Wilson CTA examines the impact on cross-border tax arrangements
Croner-i tax writer Sarah Kay looks at cases of carousel fraud and what HMRC can do to clamp down on the issue of VAT evasion on goods, by either disallowing input tax recovery or enforcing the domestic reverse charge
Residential property owners and buy-to-let landlords face significant tax changes from April 2020, including the 30-day CGT payment deadline and an overhaul of principal private resident relief (PPR) and extra statutory concessions (ESC). Mercer & Hole's Alison Palmer and Alice Pearson examine potential pitfalls
This month's exclusive Accountancy Daily CPD module focuses on HMRC discovery assessments, particularly focusing on when they can be issued and how to challenge them, taking into account the rules applying for income tax, capital gains tax and corporation tax.
The Solicitor Regulation Authority (SRA) is planning to launch money laundering investigations into 7,000 law firms after they discovered that too many were not complying with anti-money laundering regulations