Highlights from the broader tax news week ending 29 September, which includes: HMRC figures confirm 20% of cases put though CEST are 'undetermined', date confirmed for the Scottish 2022/23 Budget and draft legislation published for the new residential property developer tax.
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What does the rise in Environmental, Social and Governance reporting mean for property investors when there is no internationally recognised standard approach? And what changes are expected in the coming months and years?
This month’s top technical stories feature news on the MTD for ITSA deferment, COVID support schemes coming to an end and IR35 compliance checks for the finance and energy sectors.
This month’s regulatory content includes recently published anti-money laundering guidance, new anti-money laundering resources from ICAEW, and a consultation regarding changes to Statement of Insolvency Practice.
Better data processing and management opens up new opportunities for auditors and could even help rebuild trust. But there needs to be a clear framework for how it is used.
If finance leaders want the hybrid model to work, there are several considerations and challenges they need to address to create the right foundation.
The new Financial Secretary to the Treasury has confirmed that the decision to postpone the introduction of Making Tax Digital for income tax was made in recognition of the time needed for taxpayers, agents and HMRC to prepare for changes.
A significant proportion of global leaders are confident that life will return to normal over the next 12 months. But recent data suggests that transformation may be thrust upon them.
Accountants have a critical role to play in charting a path to sustainable recovery, as the cultural and creative sectors seek to maximise benefits from 18 months of pent-up demand.
ICAEW Insights asks Justin Holliday, Chief Finance Officer at HMRC, about the tax authority’s priorities and strategy, given the turbulence and change of the past 18 months.