This webinar from the Tax Faculty explains the potential options being explored by HMRC and reveals the results of a recent poll on the issue.
These webinars have been designed by the faculty to provide practical guidance to practitioners on important developments to tax practice and policy.
In this series of webinars the ICAEW Tax Faculty (Anita Monteith and Caroline Miskin) and guests will provide the latest information and guidance on MTD ITSA, covering topics such as choosing software, the progress of HMRC’s pilot, the practicalities of signing up and answer questions from businesses and practitioners.
In this webinar the Tax Faculty team will provide analysis of the Chancellor's spring statement presented on 23 March.
As HMRC ‘light touch’ IR35 compliance enforcement is set to end in April 2022 we take a timely look at the changes that were implemented a year ago. Our expert speaker Richard Maitland, Partner and specialist in employment tax at MHA will shares with us the key learnings from the previous 12 months.
This webinar from the Tax Faculty will provide a step by step guide to the new rules and how the timing will work.
In this webinar from the Tax Faculty, employment tax experts Kate Upcraft and Ian Holloway provide an update on the key changes in the employment tax arena for 2022.
This webinar recording from the Tax Faculty covers the regulations in detail explains where we are with the development of the policy and the pilot and what taxpayers and agents can do to prepare.
This webinar from the Tax Faculty provides NMW worker definitions, NMW pay definitions, NMW hours definitions and what deductions from pay count for NMW.
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
Overview of the EU Mandatory Disclosure Regime, covering: what is DAC 6; who it affects; what types of arrangements will be caught; what the reporting requirements are, and potential penalties.
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.
On the latest ICAEW Insights podcast, we look at the fight to remove Russian economic criminals from the UK, and whether the Spring Statement does enough to address current economic pressures.
In this episode of ICAEW Insights, we look at the issues facing charities in the UK, the increasing focus of regulators, investors and stakeholders on non-financial misconduct and what’s new with tax.
In this podcast we take a look at the potential for regulating ‘greenwashing’, ask whether 2022 will be another year of calculating EBITDAC, and take a lens to the government’s Tax Administration and Maintenance Day.
In this ICAEW Insights podcast we’re joined by the Small Business Minister to discuss recovery, productivity and sustainability, examine the newly formed ISSB, and assess HMRC’s CGT nudge for cryptoasset owners.
With increasing pressure on public services and net-zero targets to be met, it’s critical that any public spending delivers value to the taxpayer. The Fabian Society outlines its vision in its recent pamphlet.
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.