Presenting at an Association for Project Management (APM) PMO event which took place during the week of Time to Talk Day, I felt it an appropriate time to look at mental health in the projects and programmes field.
The UK Government has recently published several pieces of VAT legislation that will take effect if there is a no-deal Brexit. Financial services businesses should note one announcement; they will continue to suffer a restriction of VAT recovery on exempt supplies to UK and EU counterparties post-Brexit.
The number of tax paying trusts is declining, but has Britain just fallen out of love with trusts or is something else driving behaviour?
As Gift Aid approaches its 30-year anniversary, HMRC is asking charities to raise awareness among fundraisers about what is covered under the scheme amid concerns that £1m may be being wrongly paid out every month.
With fewer than 50 days to go until Brexit, senior HMRC policy advisers have shared their intentions around the impact on R&D tax credits.
This week, HMRC launched a consultation on introducing an SDLT surcharge for non-residents, the goal being to control house price inflation, but will it have the desired effect?
Information recently released following an FOI request has revealed that HMRC has written over 1,700 letters to people living overseas who are potentially subject to the loan charge, with Australia and New Zealand topping the list. The case underlines that whatever happens with Brexit, the increasing globalisation of the labour market is presenting a growing problem for tax authorities around the world.
How poor a condition must a building be in before it ceases to be suitable for use as a dwelling? A scratch on a fine Corian worktop, though annoying, wouldn’t be enough - even to the most house-proud owner. Whereas, a house without a roof would certainly be unsuitable. So, where does the boundary lie?
The global tax advisory market is continuing to grow apace, and the UK is expected to be the fastest growing market in Europe in 2019. Many might point the finger at Brexit as the cause of additional advice, but what about existing complexity?