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Do you qualify for the new IHT £1m allowance? Plannings the name of the game...

05 August 2015

The debate continues to rumble on about the complexities surrounding the new £1m Inheritance Tax Nil Rate Band (NRB). To recap, over the next four years a new Residence Nil Rate Band (RNRB) will be introduced up to £175k to be offset against a main residence inherited by direct descendants. But the real question is how far it really bridges the gap for children to inherit the family home tax free?

Judge rules that HMRC is making illegal online filing demands

05 August 2015

A recent Tax Tribunal decision on a £100 VAT return penalty takes the debate to a whole new level, with the judge finding that the trader behaved reasonably in refusing to tick the terms and conditions box.

Auto-enrolment - I have already auto-enrolled my workforce
Bill Longe

03 August 2015

Auto-enrolment has been with us for nearly three years now, but the story is really just beginning.

Auto-enrolment - I have not yet reached my staging date
Bill Longe

03 August 2015

Auto-enrolment has been with us for nearly three years now, but the story is really just beginning.

Auto-enrolment - the story has only just begun
Bill Longe

03 August 2015

Changes in pension legislation may undermine your auto-enrolment decisions

HMRC Construction Industry Scheme (CIS)
Kelly Boorman

31 July 2015

Construction businesses have a complex withholding mechanism to administer when paying contractors and failure to comply can lead to claims from HMRC for tax, penalties and interest.

Gift Aid donor benefits - a new beginning or the beginning of the end?
Nick Sladden

29 July 2015

The donor benefit rules affect fundraising activities carried out by many charities - particularly admissions charities and those with membership or patrons’ schemes.

Retrospective VAT liabilities for charities and suppliers of bulk mailings
Nick Sladden

28 July 2015

HMRC has now issued its Revenue and Customs Brief in respect of the VAT liability of direct marketing services using printed matter.

Further issues remain strong but IPOS struggle to reach 2014 levels on both AIM and the Main Market
Diane Craig

28 July 2015

The first six months of 2015 have struggled to match 2014 levels of IPO activity with IPOs down 46 per cent on AIM and 21 per cent on the Main Market.

1 May 2016 customs duty changes
Ian Carpenter

27 July 2015

On 1 May 2016 the European Union Customs Code comes into force, replacing the existing European Community Customs Code. If you import goods in to the EU, it could dramatically impact you.

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