NEW Articles18 Sep 2023
The Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) plan to resume discussions next week. Many people in the industry, not only the members of these organisations, eagerly anticipate a swift resolution.
Articles13 Sep 2023
HMRC is chasing taxpayers who have submitted tax returns for 2021/22 containing unresolved provisional figures, while also extolling the benefits of filing early for 2022/23.
Articles11 Sep 2023
The 50th anniversary of the UK’s introduction of VAT was earlier this year, but despite being around for a while, many VAT-registered businesses still find VAT too complex and confusing. No surprise then that more businesses than ever are getting hit with penalties for inaccuracies.
Articles7 Sep 2023
The Bank of England base rate increase is impacting on the government’s tax takes, with more taxpayers paying tax on savings income due to higher interest rates. Increased mortgage rates are contributing to rocketing capital gains tax (CGT) takings too
Articles23 Aug 2023
In the last few months HMRC has issued a significant update regarding basis period reform; As of the 2024/25 tax year, all affected businesses have to use the tax year as their basis period. They will only be liable for... Read more
Articles15 Aug 2023
Draft legislation has been published that will, from 6 April 2024, restrict the geographical scope of agricultural relief and woodlands relief to property in the UK.
Articles14 Aug 2023
One of the many criticisms aimed at the High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC) is that anyone caught by the charge needs to submit a self-assessment tax return even if all of their tax is collected under PAYE. However, this is set to change.
Articles13 Aug 2023
New income tax statistics from HMRC appear to be good news, but the numbers are not what they seem.