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Blurring boundaries, e-money accounts and the future of tax

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ICAEW’s Sophie Wales, Philippa Kelly and Lindsey Wicks join host Tom Herbert to discuss the boundaries between accountants’ personal and business lives, the fifth SEISS grant and the difference between e-money and bank accounts.

Welcome to this ICAEW Insights podcast, where we analyse the latest news from the world of accountancy, business and finance.

On this show, we’ll look at how the boundaries between accountants’ personal and business lives have blurred during the pandemic, resulting in a rising number of disciplinary cases involving social media. What are the professional bodies doing about this?

ICAEW has responded to the government’s future-facing Tax Administration Framework Review, which is likely to affect all taxpayers, businesses and those who advise them. We’ll examine the review and ask why the Institute has called for more resourcing for HMRC to deliver the government’s vision.

Details of the fifth self-employment income support scheme grant have been released - how different is it from its predecessors and what should you look out for?

And what is the difference between an e-money business account and a traditional business bank account, and why does it matter?

 

Links to resources discussed in the show

 

Episode first published: 22 July 2021
Podcast recorded: 19 July 2021

Host

Tom Herbert, online editor ICAEW Insights, We Are Sunday

Guests 

  • Philippa Kelly, Director, Technical Strategy Business Group, ICAEW
  • Lindsey Wicks, Technical Editor, ICAEW Tax Faculty
  • Sophie Wales, Director, Technical Strategy, Tax, Ethics & Law Group, ICAEW

Producers

Guy Ruddle, Natalie Chisholm

All views expressed on this podcast are those of the contributors and don’t necessarily reflect those of ICAEW or its members. This podcast was recorded during lockdown and followed all social-distancing guidelines.