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2017 press releases

Press releases issued by ICAEW in 2017.

Student jobs shouldn't be taxing

Tuesday 18 July, Many students will need to work during their summer holiday to fund their holiday activities and their studies. ICAEW reminds students to keep a close eye on their tax position and how to claim refunds if tax is overpaid.

ACA students celebrate summer success

Friday 14 July 2017, Commenting on the Professional Level exam results for June 2017 released today, Mark Protherough ICAEW Learning and Professional Development Executive Director said:

Government has listened on Making Tax Digital, says ICAEW

Thursday 13 July 2017, Commenting on the announcement today that Making Tax Digital mandation will only be for VAT registered businesses above the VAT threshold until April 2020 at the earliest, Paul Aplin, ICAEW Deputy President, said:

Tax credits - don't miss 31 July deadline

Tuesday 4 July 2017, If you’re claiming tax credits, ICAEW is reminding everyone to renew by the 31 July deadline. If you miss the cut-off date, your tax credit payments will stop and you may have to pay back the tax credits you’ve been given since 6 April 2017.

ICAEW takes next steps following review of legal services

Thursday 29 June 2017, Commenting on recommendations made by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) on its Legal Services Market Study, Duncan Wiggetts, ICAEW’s Executive Director of Professional Standards, has commented.

Remember rent a room results in £7.5k tax free

Wednesday 28 June 2017, With Wimbledon fortnight shortly upon us, ICAEW reminds everyone it’s an ace opportunity for a tax free winner. Under the government’s Rent a Room scheme, your annual score could be £7,500 to love.

ICAEW recommended to become a regulator of further reserved legal services

Monday 26 June 2017, Commenting on the Legal Services Board (LSB) decision to recommend to the Lord Chancellor that ICAEW’s application to be a regulator and licensing authority of five reserved legal activities be approved, Duncan Wiggetts, ICAEW’s Executive Director of Professional Standards, said:

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