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You’ve got the power: HM Courts and Tribunals Service offering refunds for overcharging powers of attorney
February 28, 2018
Snap – January and February are already over… and so too are overcharges for lasting and enduring powers of attorney from Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS).
What’s VAT Coming over the Hill, is it a Monster?
October 30, 2017
HMRC have published some notes on the draft legislation intended to govern Making Tax Digital for VAT, which will form the vanguard of the process to digitise tax.
Finance Bill finally published, as UHY take flight in HMRC pilot
September 14, 2017
Whilst the majority of the clauses in Finance Bill 2017-19 are largely as they were, one area that has changed markedly since the original publication is the Making Tax Digital (MTD) regime.
New financial secretary to the treasury slows MTD implementation timetable
July 14, 2017
The already ambitious timetable was cast into uncertainty with the dissolution of Parliament ahead of last month’s general election.
ICAEW correspondence highlights the many unknowns of MTD
May 23, 2017
The ICAEW has sent HMRC a lengthy list of questions about the practicalities of the MTD project which have not so far been addressed in HMRC collateral.
Making Tax Digital – what’s the latest?
May 16, 2017
With electioneering for the General Election in full swing, where are we now with Making Tax Digital?
Anyone Leaving Protocol: Last In, First Out
April 1, 2017
European Commission bureaucrats have discovered the above - until now unheard of - protocol known as ALPro LIFO. How will it affect you?
Oh my Lord – Upper House is the latest to slam MTD implementation
March 17, 2017
On Friday 17 March, slightly ahead of their loose deadline of the end of March, the subcommittee of the House of Lords Economic Affairs Select Committee...
Hey, you, get off of my cloud!
March 15, 2017
No, don't worry. It's not a blog about the Rolling Stones. Rather, we recently ran a poll asking: what is stopping you as a SME from using cloud accounting?
STOP PRESS: 12 month reprieve on MTD for the smallest landlords and businesses
March 9, 2017
Considering it is the biggest reform to the tax system since the introduction of self assessment in 1996/97, the Chancellor’s Budget speech was remarkably light on detail about the Making Tax Digital (MTD) regime.