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Tax return deadline

19 January 2019

The tax return deadline is almost here. Here are some top tips to think about when filling in the form.

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Avoiding the Christmas (reporting) hangover

19 January 2019

Expenses over the Christmas period can often include a variety of entertaining for customers and staff alike and other gifts; now the invoices and expenses for the period start landing with finance teams it is the ideal time to identify and report any taxable items.

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New allowances for structures and buildings and proposed new capital loss utilisation rules

19 January 2019

The recent Budget introduced some significant proposals in relation to the treatment of structures and buildings for tax purposes , with the introduction of a new capital allowances regime – the structures and buildings allowance.

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Tax voice - January 2019

19 January 2019

Welcome to January's edition of tax voice, a monthly round-up of the most important tax news.

Inheritance tax in the spotlight

19 January 2019

Earlier this year, the Chancellor of the Exchequer wrote to the Office of Tax Simplification and asked it to undertake a review of inheritance tax (IHT), involving advisers and the general public; from its administration through to estate planning and the use of IHT reliefs and allowances.

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National Minimum Wage – what to expect in 2019

18 January 2019

What are the key National Minimum Wage issues you need to be aware of in 2019? Our article reminds you of the rates and highlights some of the problem areas for employers paying on or near the National Minimum Wage.

What can the education sector expect in 2019?
Lisa Randall

17 January 2019

As we embrace the new year, Lisa Randall, head of education at RSM predicts some of the key themes for the education sector in 2019.

Strong festive trading boosts eating and drinking-out market

16 January 2019

While the retail sector struggled, Britain’s managed pub and restaurant companies had cause to celebrate over the six-week Christmas and New Year period with collective like-for-like sales up a healthy 4.1% on 2017, according to latest figures from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker.

Brexit checklist
Simon Hart

We have identified five areas that businesses should begin examining as part of their preparations. Use this checklist to see if you're ready for Brexit.

New disclosure facility opened by HMRC to tackle the diversion of profits away from the UK
Andrew Hinsley

11 January 2019

HMRC believes some multi-national enterprises have cross border arrangements in place which are not consistent with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) transfer pricing guidelines, that result in the diversion of profits away from the UK such that profits are taxed at lower rates or not at all. These types of arrangements are targeted by the diverted profits tax (DPT) legislation, effective from 1 April 2015.