HMRC's consultation papers went into considerable depth, so IRIS broke the main points down into a digestible number of questions and asked accountants what they thought. This blog highlights the key takeaways.
Company: IRIS | Published: 02 February 2017 | Business Area: Tax
This e-book provides insights into how using technology can help to keep the tax man happy. Discover the benefits of an expenses policy, what to check to ensure you are HMRC compliant and what VAT can be reclaimed on expenses.
Company: Concur | Published: 19 October 2016 | Business Area: Finance and Accounting
All ﬁrms must submit their accounts and tax computations annually to HMRC in iXBRL format. HMRC are currently accepting accounts prepared using the old UK GAAP, IFRS and FRS taxonomies, but ﬁlers should be aware that UK GAAP will soon be phased out making the new FRC taxonomies mandatory. There are... view abstract
Company: Arkk Solutions | Published: 19 October 2016 | Business Area: Tax
Country-by-Country reporting is still a journey into the unknown for both multinational corporations and local tax authorities. What effect will it have? How much extra work will it entail? What are the likely costs?
Company: Wolters Kluwer Tax and Accounting UK | Published: 26 April 2016 | Business Area: Tax
How can you drive greater compliance? Expense compliance is top of the agenda for many UK businesses today. If the MP expense scandals, strict Anti-Bribery laws or regular HMRC audits have prompted you to take a closer look at your expense process, this white paper will provide you with some advice... view abstract
Company: Concur | Published: 18 February 2016 | Business Area: Tax
25th of November 2015 was billed as a joint Spending Review and Autumn Statement. In truth, it was far more of the former and very little of the latter, with the proportion of the speech allocated to tax measures being almost non-existent. Download today and read more about these changes and what... view abstract
Company: Tolley | Published: 09 December 2015 | Business Area: Governance
The DPT scheme hopes to deter multinational groups of companies from diverting profits away from the UK. This guidance note helps readers to understand the basic principles of the DPT regime to enable them to ascertain whether they will breach regulations. Download your copy to learn more.
Company: Tolley | Published: 09 November 2015 | Business Area: Corporation Tax
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