In this year's Hardman Lecture, former ICAEW President Paul Aplin will explore the opportunities and threats technology presents to the tax profession: what familiar tasks will disappear or change?
These webinars have been designed by the faculty to provide practical guidance to practitioners on important developments to tax practice and policy.
This webinar from the Tax Faculty will cover the latest rules in detail and explain where we are with the development of the policy and the pilot and what taxpayers and agents can do to prepare.
Are you prepared for the future of patent box relief? Find out about the changes for claims made from 1 July 2021.
In this webinar the Tax Faculty investigate the incentives, benefits, risks and pitfalls for businesses operating in Freeports.
This webinar will help you navigate the significant changes to the fifth SEISS grant, and will also cover tax return and compliance issues.
This year's Wyman Symposium looks at various perspectives on the potential change to the end of the tax year.
Brought to you by the Tax Faculty, this webinar covers the capital allowances landscape following the provisions in the 2021 Finance Act.
From 1 July 2021, the existing Mini One Stop Shop (MOSS) scheme transitions to a new framework. This is the 2021 EU e-commerce VAT package. This webinar will provide an explanation of the new EU -ecommerce VAT regime.
An introduction to DAC6 and the OECD Mandatory Disclosure Regimes in the context of UK reporting.
An overview of the new off-payroll working rules in the private sector from 5 April 2020
An introduction on what to do whilst waiting for your VAT registration.
The first in our TAXbite series on off-payroll working, this episode gives a general overview of the rules.
An introduction to checking your national insurance contributions.
This free TAXbite explains the rules for rent a room relief and how to apply if you or your client qualifies.
This TAXbite explains the 2018 and 2019 changes to Entrepreneurs Relief: the two-year ownership test and the new economic ownership test.
This TAXbite explains which businesses are in scope for MTD for VAT and when they must comply with the rules.
Latest tax news
Small and medium-sized UK businesses needing support on customs duties and VAT will be able to apply to the SME Brexit Fund for a grant of up £2,000 to pay for professional advice or training, confirms HMRC.
Highlights from the broader tax news week ending 24 February, which includes: the opening of the online portal for the governments new payment scheme for deferred VAT, publication of the 2021/22 CWG2, OTS urges taxpayers to share their thoughts on the use of third-party data and HMRC publishes archive of pre-Brexit VAT notices.
HMRC now accepts digital signatures on agent authorisation forms, claims for the marriage allowance and employment expenses. ICAEW’s Tax Faculty highlights the change and other points covered in HMRC’s latest agent update.
23 February: Writing in the Financial Times, the Tax Faculty’s Anita Monteith explored why the UK’s policymakers need to consider moving the start of the tax year and bring it in line with other countries.