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Making Tax Digital - why charities need to prepare fast
Audrey Fearing

26 September 2018

From April 2019, most VAT registered businesses including charities, will have to change the way they submit their VAT returns to HMRC as part of the Government's Making Tax Digital (MTD) agenda. With the deadline looming, many charities still have some way to go to be ready for the changes.

Alexa – What about the non-tech savvy?

20 July 2018

HMRC has launched another way for the technically minded to access information – by asking Alexa. But is this a helpful addition to HMRC’s information toolkit, or just a gimmick which could end up alienating some of the people who need help the most?

Robert De La Rue

Tax Partner

Robert was previously a Head of Tax working in the motor retail sector and regional head of tax for a FTSE 100 business media group.

Value of charity tax reliefs top £5 billion but gift aid receipts remain static
Graham Batty

28 June 2018

HMRC have today published their annual statistics on the value of tax reliefs given to charities and their donors which are now worth over £5 billion a year.

Monitoring the impact of tax relief

11 June 2018

Monitoring the impact of tax policy has been limited, but HMRC has recently released statistics demonstrating the impact of EIS and SEIS tax reliefs and the take-up across the UK, which highlights some interesting trends.

Joanne Webber

Partner

Joanne is a tax partner in the Employer Solutions group which specialises in employment tax and expatriate tax, and advises companies on UK domestic employment tax such as HMRC enquires, benefits and expenses and payroll.

Don't use charity scandals as an excuse to cut gift aid

01 March 2018

Recent charity scandals have resulted in calls to cut gift aid tax reliefs. We recognise that the governance and safeguarding structures of some charities require urgent strengthening. But it would be wrong to use inexcusable behaviours by the few as an excuse for cutting charity tax reliefs or the international aid budget

Sarah Dacke

Associate Director, Transfer Pricing

Sarah is an associate director with over nine years of transfer pricing experience, following several years in mainstream corporate tax.

Termination payments

12 December 2017

When considering the tax treatment of a payment in relation to a termination of employment, it cannot be assumed that the £30,000 ‘termination payment exemption’ applies.

Transforming taxation of the digital economy

22 November 2017

The Treasury seeks to tax based on revenues, rather than profit, for companies that operate in the digital economy.

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