It is expected that HMRC will apply the direct recovery of debt to a small number of taxpayers in the remaining part of the 2015/16 tax year following Royal Assent. To find out more about the details and how the processes will work, download now.
Company: Tolley | Published: 04 September 2015 | Business Area: Legal and Regulation
This research document explains the regulatory changes, challenges and impact facing organisations and offers solutions to help.
Company: Infor | Published: 01 July 2015 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation
In March 2013, The Government released the ‘Above the Line’ legislation for claiming R&D Tax Relief. This briefing note details the key points of the scheme. Topics covered include who will benefit, changes in final legislation and how ATL works.
Company: Innovation Plus | Published: 16 July 2013 | Business Area: Corporation Tax
On 20 March 2013, the Chancellor delivered the Budget for the 2013-2014 fiscal year, closely followed by the official publication of the Finance Bill 2013 on 28 March 2013. This briefing summarises the key changes and proposals employers should be aware of to ensure that they remain compliant.
Company: Latham & Watkins | Published: 25 April 2013 | Business Area: Accounting Standards
This paper sets out what a savings culture is. It proposes some practical ideas for fast policy development, based on today’s technology, infrastructure and legislation. But at the same time it identifies an entirely new approach to the issue, based on how real people think and behave.
Company: Pensions Institute | Published: 31 October 2012 | Business Area: Business Intelligence
PKF’s tax facts for 2012/13 summarises the key tax rates and allowances for the year. Beyond the changes shown in tax facts, 2012/13 will bring many legislative changes that may affect you: some will bring additional costs, while others may bring new opportunities.
Company: PKF | Published: 01 October 2012 | Business Area: NI and Social Security
In general any change in lifestyle that occurs over a short period of time can cause short term unacceptable stress, and can be difficult to deal with. Changes that take place over a long period of time, or are well planned can mostly prove to be acceptable and in some cases even welcomed. For accountants... view abstract
Company: Goldsmiths Practice Services | Published: 23 May 2011 | Business Area: Practice Management
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