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Making Tax Digital delayed by at least a year for the majority of businesses

2 Aug 2017

The Government has announced that it plans to delay the full implementation of digital taxation until 2020. Making Tax Digital (MTD), the details of which will be included in the upcoming Finance Bill for 2017, has already faced a number

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Landlords – unpaid tax should be declared sooner rather than later

2 Aug 2017

Landlords are being advised that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is redoubling its efforts to crackdown on individuals who fail to properly report their taxes. A number of reports have emerged recently which suggest that the Revenue’s Connect ‘supercomputer’ is

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Scammers take advantage of businesses ignorance on EU VAT rules

2 Aug 2017

Businesses across the UK are being targeted by scammers who are charging them to update companies VAT registration numbers online, when it is not necessary. Typically businesses are told that as part of changes to EU legislation, which obligates all

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Receipts rise as Corporation Tax rates fall

1 Jun 2017

Corporation Tax receipts reached a record high in the 2016-17 financial year, with a total of £56 billion collected, a 21 per cent year-on-year increase. These record figures come despite the main rate of Corporation Tax falling from 30 per

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Can you benefit from capital allowances on your business premises?

1 Jun 2017

If you own your own business premises, you may be entitled to claim capital allowances on some of the costs associated with the ‘intrinsic fabrication’ of the building. The ‘intrinsic fabrication’ of a building includes items such as lighting, heating,

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