This webinar from the Tax Faculty will cover the regulations 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.
These webinars have been designed by the faculty to provide practical guidance to practitioners on important developments to tax practice and policy.
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?
The Tax Faculty's essential Autumn Budget 2021 webinar
Are you prepared for the future of patent box relief? Find out about the changes for claims made from 1 July 2021.
In this February 2021 webinar we recap the MTD journey so far, outline HMRC's roadmap and timescales, and provide an overview of the legislation and what this means for your practice. In association with Sage and HMRC.
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.
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, which was renamed business asset disposal relief (BADR) following the 2020 Spring Budget. The changes introduced include the two-year ownership test and the economic ownership test.
This TAXbite explains which businesses are in scope for MTD for VAT and when they must comply with the rules.
In this special edition of the Insights podcast, we’re joined by experts from across ICAEW’s tax and public sector team to preview the government’s Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021.
In this ICAEW Insights podcast we examine the government’s new Health and Social Care Levy, look at the rising tide of ransomware, and outline how the pandemic has changed fraud in the charity sector.
On this episode of the ICAEW Insights podcast we discuss the government’s latest efforts to tackle late payments, once-in-a-generation reforms to the tax system, football finance and a potential audit standard for less complex entities.
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.
ICAEW’s Philippa Kelly and Lindsey Wicks and PwC’s Mike Jervis join host Tom Herbert to discuss the potential moving of tax year end, Bounce Back Loan repayment options, business restructuring and cryptocurrency.
How or what should we tax? And who should bear the burden of taxation? These decisions are critical because they affect how we live and vote. Prepare for very divided opinions from Paul Johnson from the OECD, Philip Booth from the IEA and economist James Meadway, and hear Kathryn Cearns’s case for simplifying our complex tax system.
In this short podcast, Anita Monteith and Sarah Ghaffari of the Tax Faculty discuss whether the new trading allowance helps simplify tax for the ‘have a go’ entrepreneur.