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13-06-2018
Dormant assets scheme to be expanded

Dormant assets scheme to be expanded

The Government has announced that the dormant asset schemes is to be expanded to include to a wider set of financial assets including stocks, shares, pensions or bonds. The government has appointed four 'industry champions' to expand the dormant ... read more

13-06-2018
VAT reverse charge may be coming to the construction sector

VAT reverse charge may be coming to the construction sector

HMRC has launched a new consultation inviting comments from interested parties regarding the introduction of new VAT reverse charge legislation for certain construction services. The new legislation will make the supply of construction services ... read more

13-06-2018
The maternity allowance

The maternity allowance

The maternity allowance is a financial benefit for pregnant women who are self-employed, who are working but do not qualify for statutory maternity pay (SMP) or who have recently stopped working. The maternity allowance is paid directly by the ... read more

13-06-2018
Claim back pre-registration VAT

Claim back pre-registration VAT

There are special rules that determine the recoverability of VAT incurred before a business registers for VAT. This type of VAT is known as pre-registration input VAT. There are different rules for the supply of goods and services and VAT can only be ... read more

13-06-2018
When do charities pay or not pay tax?

When do charities pay or not pay tax?

The tax treatment of charities is complex. Many charities trade either as part of their charitable interests or to raise funds. As a first step, any charity hoping to claim from beneficial tax treatment needs to be recognised as a charity for UK tax ... read more

13-06-2018
Companies and capital gains

Companies and capital gains

Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is not payable by limited companies or unincorporated associations when they sell an asset and make a gain. Instead, the gain (proceeds less any allowable costs and reliefs) is subject to Corporation Tax at the applicable ... read more

13-06-2018
Don’t forget to renew your tax credit claims

Don’t forget to renew your tax credit claims

Families and individuals that receive tax credits should ensure that they renew their tax credit claims by 31 July 2018. Claimants who do not renew on-time may have their payments stopped. HMRC has begun sending tax credits renewal packs to tax ... read more

11-06-2018
World Cup 2018 – Acas guidance

World Cup 2018 – Acas guidance

The World Cup 2018 will take place in Russia between Thursday, 14 June and Sunday, 15 July 2018, with 32 national football teams taking part, including England. Football match times in the UK will vary between 1pm and 8pm. Acas has now published new ... read more

11-06-2018
Religion and belief discrimination

Religion and belief discrimination

Acas has published new guidance on religion and belief discrimination in the workplace. The 26-page guidance booklet, entitled “Religion or belief discrimination: key points for the workplace”, primarily offers employers, managers, HR professionals, ... read more

06-06-2018
Gifts with strings attached

Gifts with strings attached

Most gifts made during a person's lifetime are not subject to tax at the time of the gift. The lifetime transfers are known as 'potentially exempt transfers' or 'PETs'. These gifts or transfers achieve their potential of becoming exempt from ... read more