Highlights from the broader tax news for the week ending 19 January 2022, including: changes to business rate eligibility for holiday homes; draft guidance for uncertain tax treatments; proposed changes to the disregard rules; and an update on social security coordination with France.
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A pioneering project by a French business school and group of small companies is showing others how to account for sustainability.
HMRC notice allows businesses trading below the VAT registration threshold to use the One Stop Shop for distance sales of goods from Northern Ireland to the EU.
An overhaul of the EU’s fiscal framework is underway as the European Union looks to adapt its economic governance rules to post-pandemic life, in what is likely to lead to some of this year’s most significant and politically-charged debates.
EFRAG has been given a mandate to expand its remit into developing a European sustainability reporting standard. Board President Jean Paul Gauzès talks through progress so far.
EFRAG’s Board President explains why sustainability is as much a financial reporting issue as a non-financial one.
The UK has a compelling array of actual and potential investment projects and an active programme to encourage foreign investors to benefit from this, says Chris Barton, HM Trade Commissioner to Europe.
During the worst of the pandemic, Eurobank’s internal audit team took the opportunity to develop its data literacy as pressures to perform increased.
The penny is finally dropping that environmental and social reporting is becoming the responsibility of all practitioners and companies, says Johan Barros, EU Policy Manager at Accountancy Europe.
Border controls with the EU are being phased in following the UK exiting the EU’s single market and customs union. The next change will apply from 1 January 2022, as explained by ICAEW’s Tax Faculty.