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Corporate reporting update and VAT on private hire vehicles

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In this episode of Accountancy Insights, we discuss important developments in corporate reporting, including amendments to UK GAAP, new standards IFRS18 and IFRS19, and the timeline for implementing IFRS S1 and IFRS S2. We also discuss the evolving VAT treatment of private hire vehicles as a result of recent court cases and how the Treasury may seek to respond.

Philippa Lamb is joined by Sally Baker, Head of Corporate Reporting Strategy, and Ed Saltmarsh, Technical Manager, VAT and Customs.

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Host

Philippa Lamb

Guests

  • Sally Baker, Head of Corporate Reporting Strategy, ICAEW
  • Ed Saltmarsh, Technical Manager, VAT and Customs, ICAEW

Producer

Natalie Chisholm

Episode first published: 5 June 2024
Podcast recorded: 3 June 2024

All views expressed on this podcast are those of the contributors and don’t necessarily reflect those of ICAEW or its members.

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