08 July 2020
This week's articles are 'Tax thoughts on the Chancellor’s Summer Statement', 'Residential property: capital gains tax deadline tightens again', 'Coronavirus grant income is taxable and, for some, this tax will be due sooner than they think', 'HMRC hints at plans for an electronic border with the EU' and 'R&D roadmap spells progress but now Government and business must engage'.
30 June 2020
This week's articles are 'Tax increases and the 8 July fiscal statement: the mood music changes', 'Will we see a bold new progressive tax policy from the Conservative Government?', 'With the claim deadline looming, we urge the Government to urgently review the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS)', 'Where does a student really live and does it matter for VAT?' and 'Warning to advisers on deferring tax payments and VAT payments which are now due'.
23 June 2020
This week's articles are 'A targeted stamp duty land tax change could make downsizing less painful', 'Could a ‘fat tax’ solve holiday hunger?', 'By relaxing R&D tax relief criteria, Government could help boost capital expenditure', 'It pays to understand the small print when it comes to HMRC' and 'The company car coronavirus tax tip'.
23 June 2020
The Chancellor is looking for simple tax measures to boost the economy after coronavirus. We suggest a Stamp Duty Land Tax change which would help older people maintain independent living while reducing intergenerational inequality.
16 June 2020
This week's articles are 'Capital allowances and coronavirus – cash back please, Chancellor', 'Protect your VAT recovery on the cost of post-coronavirus mergers and acquisitions', 'Should the rates of VAT be reduced to stimulate the coronavirus-impacted economy? Or is there another way?', 'Could your CJRS claim plunge you into a National Minimum Wage enquiry?' and 'HMRC resumes VAT compliance checks after coronavirus shutdown'.
09 June 2020
This week's articles are 'HMRC’s smart and stealthy approach to closing the tax gap', 'HMRC postpones introduction of domestic reverse charge VAT for construction services', 'VAT on unborn baby scans? Tax tribunal states its case' and 'Should social enterprise and charities be mourning the loss of Social Investment Tax Relief?'.
02 June 2020
This week's articles are 'VAT and customs duty: make sure your supply chain is Coronavirus and Brexit proof', 'Will there be a new VAT responsibility for online marketplaces in 2021? ', 'Unprecedented, now deal with the unexpected' and 'Will July’s fiscal event include tax increases?'.
27 May 2020
This week's articles are 'Coronavirus recovery and taxes: what is Europe doing?', 'How HMRC could scupper coronavirus contact tracing', 'The ongoing IR35/off-payroll working rules saga', 'How to give away your stock without giving away the VAT', 'The Home Office Tax Trap' and 'Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme'.
19 May 2020
This week's articles are 'Is it time to let HMRC loose on the coronavirus profiteers?', 'HMRC’s latest procedural changes to Inheritance Tax are welcome but staying alert to scammers is critical', 'Is your COVID-19 voucher offering VAT-proof?' and
'Ambiguity surrounding High-Income Child Benefit charge (HICBC) might land you in trouble!'
12 May 2020
This week's articles are 'Which taxes are being hit hardest by coronavirus?', 'Government support for the self-employed – make sure you are ready', and 'Directors must act in the best interests of stakeholders or could be found personally liable '.