The diverted profits tax is a new tax enacted as part of FA 2015. It seeks to target profits which have been ‘diverted’ from the UK tax net, either by the involvement of entities or transactions lacking economic substance, or through an ‘avoided PE’. Read to find out more.
Company: Tolley | Published: 11 June 2015 | Business Area: Employment Tax
CCH have identified a worrying trend – HMRC’s cavalier attitude to the letter of the law. Glyn Edwards, Senior VAT Consultant, reports on recent examples of how HMRC behaves as if the law only applies against taxpayers and can be disregarded when it suits the Department.
Company: CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business | Published: 26 February 2015 | Business Area: VAT and Sales Tax
This tax update reviews recent announcements from the HMRC, including that online registration of interest for marriage allowances is open for married couples and those in civil partnerships and employers will be able to avoid penalties for delays of up to three days when filing PAYE information.
Company: Smith and Williamson | Published: 24 February 2015 | Business Area: PAYE
This Quarterly Tax Digest comprises topical news items and insights relevant to Private Clients. Topics covered: HMRC rental income; IHT - is your AIM correct; minimising losses on failed investments; tax efficient Enterprise Investment Schemes; new reporting requirements for trustees.
Company: Buzzacott | Published: 12 February 2015 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation
A look at the impact of iXBRL, RTI, AE, and changes to IFRS and UK GAAP on accountants in business. This whitepaper reviews developments in the compliance landscape. It also includes some tips for easing what otherwise threatens to be an escalating burden on busy corporate finance professionals.
Company: IRIS | Published: 22 January 2015 | Business Area: Planning
Severn Trent Water were looking for someone to efficiently handle their accounts iXBRL tagging process.
Company: IRIS | Published: 07 January 2015 | Business Area: iXBRL
HMRC have started to issue Accelerated Payment Notices to individuals involved in tax planning schemes. What are these notices? Can you appeal against them if they are wrong? And are there any other options to consider? Download this article to find out more.
Company: Berg Kaprow Lewis | Published: 20 October 2014 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation
HMRC have started using super-computers to help target individuals and businesses for an in-depth investigation into their tax affairs. How safe do you feel from being investigated by HMRC and is there a way to avoid an investigation taking place? Download this article to find out more.
Company: Berg Kaprow Lewis | Published: 26 September 2014 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation
HMRC regularly publish approved ‘fuel only’ rates which have, again, changed. This article sheds light on the recent changes to tax free fuel rates, effective from September 1st 2014.
Company: UHY Hacker Young Group | Published: 25 September 2014 | Business Area: Employment Tax
When you have that road to Damascus moment, and want to come clean to the taxman about your under-declared income, how do you confess your sins? Is it as straightforward as laying yourself at the mercy of your local tax office, or are there other ways to manage your disclosure?
Company: Berg Kaprow Lewis | Published: 09 September 2014 | Business Area: Income Tax
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