The webinar will discuss key findings from the report on how to best manage the modernisation of a tax administration, including examples and anecdotes from the US and China, but also lesser-known stories from the likes of Estonia, Brazil, and Italy.
These webinars have been designed by the faculty to provide practical guidance to practitioners on important developments to tax practice and policy.
Join Anita Monteith, Sarah Ghaffari and Caroline Miskin for the latest information on preparing for MTD for VAT which starts from April 2019.
This webinar considers a variety of issues which may require SME businesses to take action in readiness for chnages in 2019.
The faculty reflects on the budget delivered on 29 October 2018.
Partnerships and Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) are the structures of choice for a vast range of businesses, from small start-ups to very large professional firms.
This informative webinar will provide an update on the off-payroll working rules in the public sector, highlighting the pitfalls to watch out for and the recent cases to be aware of.
The departure of the UK from the EU in March 2019 is a once in a generation change of profound significance. In July 2018, ICAEW and Chartered Accountants Ireland teamed up to publish a guide to Brexit designed to help our members advising UK and Irish businesses how to navigate this seminal change.
HMRC is on record as agreeing that agents need to be able to see and do everything that their clients can. But, as HMRC rolls out its digital tax systems, this worthy ambition has not yet been translated into reality.
An introduction to the new digital PCRT.
Who is obliged to to file a self assessment return and how does the system work for those who don't?
An introduction to using HMRC toolkits for agents.
Why does the UK tax year start on 6 April?
Lifting the bonnet to explain what filing a company tax return using iXBRL means in simple terms.
An introduction to the taxation of interest and dividends.
An introduction to the corporation tax payment dates for large companies.
An overview of the fixed rate deductions available to unincorporated businesses.
With only 2 weeks until the 31 January self assessment deadline, the team discusses last minute filing issues practitioners are reporting as they continue filing tax returns, including a warning about payments on account. Making Tax Digital for VAT starts in just over 11 weeks so the discussion also looks at more tips for coping and has some up to date news on how MTDV is shaping up.
This month's discussion focuses on the tax help and support ICAEW offers its members through the Technical Advisory and Enquiry Service, as well as the additional resources on offer exclusively to Tax Faculty members and members of Faculties online. The team will also discuss some of the questions the Institute has been receiving on Making Tax Digital (MTD) and the progress of the Finance Bill.
Two days after the 2018 Budget, Frank Haskew and Anita Monteith from the Tax Faculty, were joined by ICAEW's Public Sector Director Ross Campbell to discuss Philip Hammond's announcements.
This month the panel included Richard Wild, of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, and covered practitioner matters and the upcoming Budget.