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In this month's Enews we consider the latest on Covid grants for self-employed. We also update you on the government's energy strategy and plans to regulate cryptocurrency. Tax avoidance and the government's one-stop shop for tax relief are also covered
We consider the major announcements from the recent Spring Statement, together with the latest economic growth forecasts and the Bank of England's latest decision on interest rates. We also update you on ground rents for leaseholders & student loans.
The upcoming Spring Statement headlines this month's eNews. We also report on the closure of SSP Rebate Scheme, applications for Covid-19 grants that are still available, and update you on the impact of interest rate rises on HMRC late payments.
The government's scheme to give discounts on accounting software; the requirement for companies to include Covid-19 grants in tax returns and the reopening of the portal for sick pay claims are all covered in this month's Enews.
We consider the Chancellor's latest fund for businesses impacted by the pandemic, waivers to self assessment penalties and the requirement to include Covid grants on tax returns.
The impact of the pandemic on HMRC's receipts together with details on the first TAM Day and covered this month. We also update you on the new law to help protect pension savers from scammers.
The Chancellor's Autumn 2021 Budget to ensure the UK economy bounces back following Covid-19 is summarised this month, together with reactions from business groups and other experts.
Making Tax Digital delay, the new Health & Social Care Levy, the Autumn Budget and guidance on the furlough scheme finishing dominate this month's Enews.
This month we consider HMRC's changes to late payment penalties, the consultation on how digital marketplaces should collect and share information; and warnings over stamp duty refund claims. We also cover digital scams and minimum wage penalties.
In this month's Enews we consider the announcement of a consultation on self-employed basis periods, draft Finance Bill, salary sacrifice, VAT reforms for property and the latest statistics on furlough.
The winding down of the furlough scheme, the apprenticeship cash boost, changes to property taxes and HMRC's investigations into COVID support schemes are all considered this month.
The fifth SEISS grant, the closure of the HMRC's VAT deferred payment scheme and NI reliefs are all covered this month, together with P11D deadline, Plastic Packaging Tax and the Trade credit insurance scheme.
We consider the opening of the latest SEISS grant to applicants, the launch of the latest loan scheme aimed at supporting Covid hit businesses and 95% mortgages for first time buyers.
In this month's Enews we consider the extension of business rates relief to Covid hit businesses outside of the reail, hospitality and leisure sectors, the announcements from the inaugural Tax Day and the details of the 2021 Finance Bill.
This month we consider the Chancellor's 2021 Budget annouoncements, a new deadline for self assessment penalties and an online system for VAT deferrals.
The latest self assessment figures, bonuses for businesses taking on trainees, calls for changes ahead of the Budget and the Supreme Court ruling on business interruption claims are all included in this month's Enews.
In this month's Enews we consider the latest lockdown grant package, the extension of JRS and guidance on VAT deferral. We also update you on action to disrupt tax avoidance scheme promoters, the self assessment deadline & CGT rises.
In this month's Enews we consider Brexit, the tax treatment of virtual Christmas parties and gifts to employees. We also update you on minimum wage, fuel rates for company cars and to watch out for scammers posing as HMRC.
The latest government measures to support businesses and the extension of the furlough scheme headline this month's eNews. We also cover trading after Brexit and the Annual Investment Allowance reduction.
The Government's Winter Economy Plan is reviewed this month together with new trade arrangements with the EU, the rise in house sales and the new domestic reverse charge for VAT, so lots to update you on.
Lots to consider this month, including the latest guidance for employers, the Self Employed Income Support Scheme, self assessment deadlines, changes to plastic bag tax, pension scams and fuel rates.
We report on the Job Retention Scheme Bonus criteria, together with review of business rates scheme, reduction in LTT rate in Wales. Lots of issues to update you on.
Our lead article covers Chancellor Rishi Sunak's Summer Economic Update together with flexible furloughing, temporary reduction in stamp duty and aid for start-ups.
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.