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2018 press releases

Press releases issued by ICAEW in 2018.

ICAEW top tips for small businesses under investigation by HMRC

Thursday 18 April 2018, Following HMRC’s disclosure that one in ten small businesses is under investigation in an attempt to get back the tax is failed to collect in 2015-2016, ICAEW has issued some advice to businesses who may be under scrutiny. With one in ten small companies expected to be reviewed, there are practical steps that can be made.

Make tax free earnings from the Royal wedding

Tuesday 17 April 2018, That nation is once again gripped with wedding fever, with Harry and Meghan set to walk down the aisle on 19 May. Once again, a Royal Wedding is proving to be a great opportunity for many businesses and individuals to make some money. ICAEW explains how, under the government’s Rent a Room scheme, you can make up to £7,500 tax free by renting out your spare room for the big day.

ICAEW response to AI Committee report

Monday 16 April 2018, Commenting on the House of Lords Artificial Intelligence Committee’s report ‘AI in the UK: ready, willing and able?’ released today, Richard Anning, ICAEW Head of IT Faculty, said:

ICAEW runs through how to increase fundraising for the London Marathon

Tuesday 10 April 2018, The London Marathon is the single biggest fund raising event in the world, and has held that title in the Guinness Book of World Records since 2007, with an impressive £61.5 million being raised in 2017 alone. ICAEW explains how to maximise this fundraising and make the most for your charity ahead of the marathon on 22 April.

Earn from your Spring Clean tax free

Tuesday 20 March, It’s that time of year again, when evenings get lighter and the days get warmer. As winter comes to an end, there are many things to look forward to, and one particular thing to dread – the Spring Clean.

Chancellor's Spring Statement must address stuttering economic growth

Friday 9 March 2018, The latest ICAEW Economic Forecast expects GDP growth of just 1.7% in 2018 – the third consecutive year at below 2%. With the Chancellor set to announce better-than-expected public sector finances, the UK economy remains constrained by a combination of higher-than-usual inflation and continued uncertainty over the future.

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