HMRC will shortly commence issuing notices of coding to employers on forms P9.
In view of the problems that have arisen in the last few years with question 6 on form P35 I have decided to have a close look at the available guidance for 2010 and flag up any early signs of prob
Members of AccountingWEB.co.uk’s Construction industry accountants discussion group have brough
HMRC was forced to back down on the issue of tax relief for mining royalties recently after an appeal by a South West accountancy firm.
HMRC, Taxation and AccountingWEB.co.uk have teamed up to bring the Working Together initiative into the internet age, with an online forum to open up discussions to those who do not participate in
The powers designed to deal with deliberate wrongdoing by tax agents are predictably robust and lean heavily toward criminal prosecution.
An overview of the current strands of work and links to articles studying each area in detail, plus a link for an email response. On 19 Februrary, HMRC extended the consultation deadli
Robert Gaines-Cooper recently lost an appeal against HMRC over re
What does the result of the Gaines-Cooper ruling mean for ordinary people? Simon Sweetman assesses the impact on tax law.
WeightWatchers is facing a £23m tax bill after losing a case against HMRC over the tax status of its regional leaders.