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tax news for the week ending 19 January 2022, including: changes to business rate eligibility for holiday homes; draft guidance for uncertain tax treatments; and proposed changes to the disregard rules.
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Following HMRC’s announcement that it will provide a one-month penalty waiver for late-filing and late-payment penalties, ICAEW’s Tax Faculty shares guidance from HMRC on other implications of not meeting the 31 January deadline.
As retailers are forced to change processes to counter supply chain blockages and rising costs, they should take the opportunity to make sustainability part and parcel of the way they work, says Catherine Kelly, Head of Retail, Cooper Parry.
Britvic will focus this year on ensuring the soft drinks company’s sustainability goals are entrenched in every decision, process and system.
ACA accountants set for bumper pay increases as companies grapple to hold onto top talent, new survey finds
As the UK looks towards creating a cleaner economy post-pandemic, the north of England is primed to lead the way, says NP11 chair Sir Roger Marsh OBE
The Institute for Fiscal Studies reports that local authority finances are faring better than predicted – however, topline numbers mask significant variations, with smaller councils bearing the brunt of spending increases.
Philip Nicol-Gent has stepped up to the role of Chair of the ICAEW Regulatory Board with immediate effect after his predecessor in the role, Jenny Watson CBE, was forced to stand down for unforeseen personal reasons after just two months in the role.
The UK’s services sector is bearing the economic brunt of the rise in infections from the Omicron variant with growing numbers of staff isolating and increased consumer hesitancy, the latest research shows.
Global automotive manufacturers have taken steps to react more quickly and more effectively against the ongoing semiconductor shortage that is plaguing the market.