The first-tier tribunal has dismissed an appeal against HMRC’s assessment of a termination payment, concluding that although the payment was made due to redundancy it was still fully taxable as
Mark Lee draws out the salient points from a recent piece of HMRC research into why and how smaller businesses choose their accountants.
The government have imposed a 45% corporation tax on restitution interest from 21 October without any warning or consultation.
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has published a scathing report on HMRC’s performance, accusi
The committee which monitors HMRC’s compliance has seen its scope cut and its members gagged by confidentially clauses.
The latest case heard before the First Tier Tribunal highlights the important tax consequences for payments resulting from the termination of employment.
Those (like me!) who appreciate the significance of the above headline will be thinking ‘Tax is Fun’ and ‘This is Fascinating’. For the rest I challenge you to struggle on to the end.
Mark Lee takes a look at HMRC’s report on Trends in the Tax Agent market and finds it somewhat underwhelming
HMRC has released news that the UK tax gap, the difference between tax collected and tax owed, has again steadily fallen.
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