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 '.
05 May 2020
This week's articles are 'Clamping down on tax crime can help pay for coronavirus recovery', 'Buy-to-let landlords should polish their crystal balls', 'How to beat the short-term cost of accessing your pension', 'Universities urge HMRC to "help us help the NHS"', 'How unlisted company investors can recoup their coronavirus losses' and 'No good deed goes unpunished – tax treatment of abortive costs of ventilator production'.
28 April 2020
This week's articles are 'Tax reform can help meet the needs of post-coronavirus UK', 'The hidden SDLT cost of coronavirus', 'Coronavirus: make sure your good deed goes unpunished', 'Changing your accounting date can save tax', 'Should you defer July payments on account? ', and 'HMRC’s policy on agreement of trading losses during coronavirus crisis needs clarity'.
21 April 2020
This week's articles are '£128 billion coronavirus hit for this year’s tax receipts', 'Is HMRC’s software able to keep up with changing tax legislation?', 'Tribunal support for leisure businesses on overpaid VAT could open claims for £1.5bn', 'COVID-19 tax deferrals will not be offset against R&D credits', 'RSM agrees new VAT relief with HMRC to cover fire authorities and NHS fighting Covid-19' and 'The tax-free nature of gambling proceeds'.
15 April 2020
This week's articles are 'Coronavirus boost to digital services tax could help pay for PPE', 'Employers with no PAYE online account may suffer delayed payment of vital furlough grant', 'What happens if the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is not extended beyond 31 May?', 'Charities and government COVID support: what is the tax and VAT position?', 'COVID-19 – deferment extension to duty and import VAT payments', 'Import VAT and duty freeze on medical supplies and emergency export controls on PPE' and 'In National Pet Month, who would have thought the VAT rules around food for our beloved pets could be so complicated?'.
08 April 2020
This week's articles are 'How can the Chancellor limit tax increases after lockdown ends?', 'We are all Homeworkers now', 'Opportunity to enshrine carbon targets in any airline bailout package', 'Some welcome support for executors', 'Plunging asset prices – should grandchildren be cheering?', 'Don’t be caught out by the changes in pension annual allowance from 6 April 2020' and 'Welcome clarification on tax for furloughed staff'.
31 March 2020
This week's articles are 'More fiscal and creative policy needed to address coronavirus crisis', 'Will company directors be thrown a lifeline?', 'Government measures to support people and businesses may have a tax sting in the tail', 'Making Tax Digital for VAT – coronavirus forces "digital links" delay', and 'Coronavirus deals a blow to the shadow economy'.