The Scottish oil city of Aberdeen tops the list of places where HMRC conducted the greatest number of investigations into the underpayment of the national minimum wage (NMW) last year, according to Pinsent Masons
MPs have been told that possible tax reforms post Covid, coupled with increased digitalisation could save accountants from spending their lives ‘doing pointless repetitive tasks’ such as calculating tax returns
HMRC has written to all VAT-registered businesses in Great Britain trading with the EU and/or the rest of the world, highlighting what they need to do to prepare for the UK’s exit from the EU at the end of this year
The Treasury is seeking views on proposals for a major reform of the current VAT refund scheme for public bodies, in order to make it simpler to operate and improve value for money in the delivery of services
In our regular Q&A series from Croner Taxwise, VAT adviser, Priyesh Mistry defines the impact of the temporary rate change on the issue of face value vouchers, when the VAT will be due and at what rate
In our regular Q&A series from Croner Taxwise, VAT adviser, Tony Chamberlain explains the VAT implications of the Eat Out to Help Scheme, do restaurateurs only pay VAT to HMRC on the discounted amount or full value of the bill?
With some businesses now facing three or even four different VAT rates, Crowe’s Robert Marchant unpicks the implications of the temporary reduction, assessing the impact of further tax compliance for the hospitality and tourism industries