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Features and articles from ICAEW related to tax returns under the UK tax regime.

SEISS: an update before applications open

Caroline Miskin 11-05-2020

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.

The challenges of agent authorisation

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Caroline Miskin Taxline 30-04-2020

Caroline Miskin asks an important question: how do we solve the problem of agent authorisation?

Wait to file company tax returns online

Angela Clegg 22-04-2020

22 April: HMRC has told companies to hold off submitting company tax returns for periods ending on or after 1 April 2020 while it updates systems following rates changes in the Budget.

Final call for 2018/19 Tax Returns to qualify for SEISS

Nila Khan 22-04-2020

22 April: ICAEW is reminding members that self-assessment tax returns for 2018/19 must be submitted by 23 April to ensure eligibility for the Self Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS), as it shares the latest guidance in a webinar.

Latest on HMRC's agent strategy and services

Caroline Miskin 10-03-2020

10 March 2020: HMRC is working to develop its strategy and services for tax agents. ICAEW’s Tax Faculty recorded a webinar on 5 March and published guidance to keep you up to date on the latest changes.

HMRC Update confirms changes to code out of self-assessment debt

Anita Monteith 17-02-2020

17 February 2020: in its latest Agent Update, HMRC has confirmed changes to collection of self-assessment debt, offered opportunities for agents to test new systems and published reminders for non-resident corporate landlords becoming liable to corporation tax from April 2020.

Two new records for self assessment filing in January 2020


13 February 2020: self assessment filing has returned two new records. First, a record-breaking 10.4m customers filed online; and second, the total number of customers who submitted their self assessment tax return by the 31 January deadline was 11.1m, another record.

Streamline your workflow and reduce tax season stress


4 February 2020: with self-assessment season over for another year, it’s time for firms to reflect on how it went and look at how things can improve next year. For many accountants, 1 February is the time to make new year’s resolutions, writes former practice owner and business writer Della Hudson.

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