Anything “good” in the red box?
We are only a couple of weeks away from the Autumn budget. The Chancellor will deliver this, a little earlier than normal, on Monday 29 October. The pre-budget rumours and predictions are well underway; one of those within the press concerns residential property.
HMRC – got something to tell us?
We have all heard of the ‘Panama Papers’ in 2015 and the follow up ‘Paradise Papers’ in 2017 which purported to expose a large number of individuals and companies who were allegedly hiding assets in ‘tax havens’ in order to protect themselves from UK tax liabilities.
UK transfer pricing guide
This Guide will help you navigate the rules and ensure you can put defensive measures in place to protect yourself from the increasing likelihood of a fiscal audit or enquiry.
The pitfalls of Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings
The penalties range from £100 to £1,600 for a return not filed within one year of the due date, for both ‘in year’ and ‘annual’ ATED returns.
The death knell of IR35?
For as long as I can remember, the status of an individual for tax purposes is something that has been a hot topic, both for advisers in saving clients tax and NIC, and for HMRC in targeting such tax 'avoidance'.