On 11 March Sajid Javid will present his first Budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer, which will also be the first Budget in nearly a year and a half.
Following the Conservatives general election win, Sajid Javid has announced a review of IR35, with a focus on changes to the off-payroll working rules.
There has been a general consensus that it is an anomaly that purchasing a digital copy of a publication is subject to VAT while a hard copy is not.
UK hotel insolvencies hit a five-year high last year, rising by 60% to 144 (year to September 30 2019) from 90 the year before, our research shows.
HMRC have released new guidance for employers on how to tax company mobile phones that are given to employees, and which devices qualify for tax treatment.
The Home Counties were the top UK areas for admitting underpaid tax from offshore interests last year*, our research shows.
Nikhil Oza explains some important tax considerations for self-employed professionals, as part of our Accounting for SMEs Q&A series.
Nikhil Oza explains some important financial steps to take when starting your own business, as part of our Accounting for SMEs Q&A series.
Nikhil Oza explains the basics of accounting for small business owners and self-employed individuals as part of our Accounting for SMEs Q&A series.
Previously planned for October 2019, the domestic reverse charge for the construction industry will come into play a year later on 1 October 2020.