Updates to Job Retention Scheme, Covid-19 delay to VAT reverse charge, increased loans, sick pay rebate scheme and much more are all covered this month, together with new start up funds.
In this month's Enews we report on the progress of the government's schemes to help businesses and the self-employed. As the COVID-19 lockdown continues to dominate the economy, there are lots of issues to update you on.
This month we analyse the support package to help businesses and the self-employed during the COVID-19 pandemic, regulators' request for a delay in corporate reporting and the delay to the introduction of the off-payroll rules and lots more to update you.
Coronavirus sick pay leads this month's eNews and we also update you on off-payroll working rules, minimum wages, fuel rates for company cars and financial support for flooding victims.
In this month's Enews we report on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement and the UK Budgets. With developments on off-payroll working, overdraft fees, statutory entitlement to leave and pay there are lots of areas to update you on.
Minimum wage rates, Review of the Disguised Remuneration Loan Charge, Retiring clinicians payments, Structures & Buildings Allowance are all covered in our latest Enews, together with a link to the Welsh government's Draft Budget for 2020/21.
In this month's Enews we consider tax free gifts for employees, updated advisory fuel rates for company cars and tips on avoiding Self Assessment scams. We also report on employment status for tax, cryptoassets and the latest HMRC employer bulletin.
In this month's Enews we report on IR35 appeal, HMRC's clampdown on enablers of tax avoidance schemes and an update on probate fees. With a Charity Commission report on fraud protection and the latest guidance for employers there is a lot to consider.
We highlight the delay to the VAT domestic reverse charge and the announcement of a review of the loan charge. A consultation has also been launched on clinicians' pensions. IHT statistics, Brexit guidance and more to consider in this month's eNews.
There is lots to consider this month including HMRC issuing Customs EORI numbers, advice for trusts, guidance for employers and self assessment deadlines.
In this month's Enews we report on changes being introduced from April 2020 including the extension of the off-payroll working rules to the private sector, the introduction of a new Digital Services Tax and Private Residence Relief changes.
We report on the tax gap, preparing employees for EU exit and the latest on MTD. We also update you on the latest guidance for employers, proposed measures to ensure small businesses get paid on time and self assessment payment on account confusion.
The simplification of everyday tax for smaller businesses is highlighted this month together with P11D forms, Welsh taxpayers income tax code mix up and consultation on ancillary capital gains reliefs
The latest guidance for employers, revised VAT fuel scale charges and IR35 are all reported on this month. We also update you on the latest tax scam and the implementation of a pensions dashboard.
This month we report on tax changes for the new tax year and updates following the Spring Statement. We also consider MTD for VAT which has now come into effect, the delays to the rise in probate fees and the call for tax on social media businesses.
Ongoing Brexit uncertainties and the latest HMRC advice are this month's hot topic. We also consider NMW, NLW and pension contribution increases, together with guidance for employers.
In this month's Enews we consider the unbelievable excuses taxpayers make for not filing their self assessment returns on time, consider advise on protecting your pension pot and issues from the MTD pilot scheme.
This month we report on the Pensions Regulator advising employers to get ready for increased pension contributions, with a reminder to employees to claim tax relief on their expenses and the latest list of deliberate tax defaulters.
In this month's Enews we report on Making Tax Digital for VAT and the latest government Brexit documentation. We also include updated advisory fuel rates for company car drivers and advice on tax-free gifts to employees.
The Chancellor's key announcements from the Budget and the latest guidance on 'No Deal Brexit' are both covered in this month's eNews, together with changes to tax allowances, reliefs and Making Tax Digital for VAT.
Budget Day - 29 October 2018, Class 2 NIC no longer to be scrapped, guidance on 'no deal Brexit' and much more in this month's Enews.
In this month's Enews we report on HMRC's reminder to taxpayers regarding declaring offshore assets and available software for MTD for VAT. We also advise on the latest fuel advisory rates for company car drivers and guidance for employers.
Making Tax Digital for VAT and the Bank of England interest rate rise head up this month's eNews. With reminders that the Marriage Allowance and Tax Free Childcare are under claimed, there is lots to update you on.
Workers' rights and the latest guidance from HMRC for employers are this month's lead articles. We also consider gap figures and HMRC's efforts to stop fraudsters. New VAT rules and an easement for RTI payroll penalties are also in the news.
In this month's eNews we report on new advisory fuel rates for company cars, the latest tax refund scam warnings and NMW enforcement from HMRC.
The latest announcements from HMRC regarding Making Tax Digital, GDPR, issues to do with EMI options are all reported on this month. Also P11d and VAT fuel scale charges.
In this month's Enews we report on a late reprieve for childcare vouchers and Spring Statement announcements. We also consider the new Data Protection rules and the roll out of MTD for VAT.
This month we report on National Minimum Wage, National Living Wage and increases in auto enrolment pension contributions. We also set out some year end tax planning considerations.
This month we report on the roll out of Tax free childcare and the reduction in HMRC scam texts. We also consider the latest list of deductible subscriptions and rejected expenses claims and excuses.
In this month's eNews we report on the government's proposals to extend pensions auto enrolment to younger workers. We also include an announcement from the Welsh Assembly on the proposals for Land Transaction Tax.