Join Frank Haskew and Caroline Miskin for a webinar covering the latest developments on HMRC’s agent strategy and services on Thursday 5 March 2020 at 11:00
These webinars have been designed by the faculty to provide practical guidance to practitioners on important developments to tax practice and policy.
In this webinar we are joined by Karen Eckstein as she highlights the areas where accountants and tax advisers may be vulnerable to claims, and advises how to reduce this risk.
This year’s lecture was given by Paul Johnson, CBE, Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
This webinar addresses the practical issues raised by the introduction of the Finance Act 2019, including challenges for tax advisers, how firms are approaching compliance and an overview of the challenges for tax payers.
This webinar considers the changes introduced in Finance Act 2019, practical issues concerning options, and the ongoing problems regarding the definition of ordinary share capital and what is a personal company.
In this webinar we are joined by the Office of Tax Simplification to discuss the OTS document which sets out the scope of a new project around simplifying the tax reporting and payment arrangements for the self-employed and landlords of private residential property.
As HMRC continues to tackle tax evasion and avoidance, it has an ever-expanding range of powers and procedures at its disposal. Tax investigations experts John Cassidy and Hayley Ives explain the latest compliance developments, both in the UK and the international arena.
From April 2020 the operation of IR35, or off-payroll working as it is also known, will change in the private sector. In this webinar we unpick the draft legislation, provide practical tips on preparation for change and highlight the pitfalls to watch out for.
An introduction to DAC6 including what DAC6 is; who it affects; what type of arrangements will be caught; what the reporting requirements are and the potential penalties.
An introduction on what to do whilst waiting for your VAT registration.
An overview of off-payroll working.
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.
An explanation of how bank feeds can be used as part of a business' journey towards meeting the Making Tax Digital requirements for its accounting records.
The March 2019 edition of TAXTalk focuses on the Chancellor's spring statement and the tax changes being implemented from April 2019.
This month, the tax team's discussion on topical tax issues focused on off-payroll working (IR35), the business rates challenge, including a consultation into their relevance to holiday homes, and the future of trusts.
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.