|Annual Registration Limit – from 1.4.14 (1.4.13 – 31.3.14 £79,000)||£81,000|
|Annual Deregistration Limit – from 1.4.14 (1.4.13 – 31.3.14 £77,000)||£79,000|
Millions of pensioners at risk as HMRC demands tax on bank account interest before it is even paid out
Millions of pensioners could be hard hit by new powers enabling HMRC to demand tax on interest gained from bank accounts before it is even paid out, according to our research.
New partner appointment for UHY Kent
Nick Edwards, tax associate within our Kent offices, has been appointed to partner. Nick will play a prominent role in building the firm’s reputation and growing the business further.
Beverley Hills of Britain strengthens position as the UK’s tax hotspot
According to our research, residents in Elmbridge in Surrey are paying the highest amount of Income Tax in the UK.
The abolition of National Insurance contracted-out rates
This academy focused document looks at the effects of the abolition of National Insurance contracted-out rates, focusing on the cost implications for both employers and employees.
VATflash: HMRC lose in relation to input VAT for Single Farm Payment Entitlement
HMRC have recently lost an important case which has resulted in farming businesses that have purchased units of Single Farm Payment Entitlement, where HMRC have disallowed the input VAT claims, to now make a back claim to HMRC for the VAT plus interest.
Focusing on multi-academy trusts
This booklet provides an overview on multi-academy trusts (MAT). Following the Chancellors’ Budget announcement that every school will be expected to be an academy by 2020, or at least to have a detailed plan in place to achieve academy status by 2022, the number of academy schools will continue to accelerate rapidly and the Department for Education are clear that the MAT is the preferred model.