6 July: Businesses eligible for the first Self-employment Income Support (SEISS) grant must make their claim by Monday 13 July, ICAEW reminds members.
Self-employed taxation - articles
Features and articles from ICAEW on the taxation of self-employed individuals within the UK tax regime.
23 June: The collection of Class 2 national insurance contributions (NICs) will not be fixed soon after HMRC said costs and plans for IT systems were preventing a solution.
22 June: HMRC is writing to one million tax credit claimants whose renewal packs omitted some information, as ICAEW urges self-employed claimants to check whether they need to contact HMRC by 31 July.
18 May: Following the launch of the Self-employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) the Tax Faculty provides guidance on how taxpayers and their agents can request a review of grant entitlement.
May 14: A sharp reminder has been circulated by HMRC asking agents not to use client Government Gateway credentials to claim the SEISS grant on their behalf.
13 May: The Self-employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) has opened for claims with payments expected by 25 May. Initial reports to ICAEW’s Tax Faculty indicate that the process is straightforward.
11 May: Before the Self-employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) portal opens for applications, the Tax Faculty provides some updates and reminders covering: the eligibility checker, reviewing grants and HMRC support options.
6 May: HMRC has updated the process for obtaining a government gateway ID for the Self-employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS). ICAEW’s Tax Faculty clarifies what is needed.
5 May: HMRC’s decision not to allow agents to make claims on behalf of clients for the Self-employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) is disappointing, but agents still have an important role, says ICAEW’s Tax Faculty.
Employers should start planning for significant changes to employment law, announced by government in its Good Work Plan and due to come into force from 2019.