Non-dom changes back on track
The government has today revealed that the missing legislation will be brought back in a new Finance Bill to be introduced as soon as possible after the summer recess.
Is your business ready for the Criminal Finances Act 2017?
There have been a number of triggers for this including the now notorious ‘Panama Papers’ – but another notable example has been the BBC Panorama allegations concerning HSBC’s private client team.
Company share schemes: annual filing deadline extended
Companies that run share schemes and arrangements for their employees and directors should now be collating the information that is required to populate and file their 2016/17 returns online.
The start of the end for directors’ tax returns?
Directors’ responsibilities per HMRC guidance state that, except for non-profit organisations, ‘As a director of a limited company, you must… register for Self Assessment and send a personal Self Assessment tax return every year’.
A reminder for employers – 2016/17 benefits and expenses
6 July 2017 is a key reporting deadline for employers who provided employees with taxable benefits in kind during 2016/17, or reimbursed employees’ business expenses.
Share schemes – make sure they are unambiguous and up to date
This blog takes a further general look at EMI arrangements, and to recommend that share plans – existing or not – are unambiguous and up to date.
How long are your tax returns open to an HMRC enquiry?
What happens if HMRC do not open an enquiry within 12 months after your return has been filed? Is everything agreed and final?