The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has published a new report calling for
The Chancellor’s share-scheme reforms in Finance Bill 2013 draft clauses got mixed reviews from remuneration tax expert and part-time theatre critic Philip Fisher.
I’m just off to India, where I do not expect to conduct an in-depth study of the Indian tax system, explains Simon Sweetman.
The government’s attempt to deflect criticism of senior civil servants using personal services companies to avoid tax symbolises why the UK tax system is so chronically complex.
HMRC is consulting on a range of suggestions to standardise its treatment of employee share options and extend self-certification for employers wanting to take up the opportunities.
“Disincorporation” they said.
The government has delayed a consultation on options to integrate the operation of income tax and National Insurance Contributions (NICs).
As well as planned changes for VAT on pasties and static caravans, the government appears
Some of the people closest to the IR35 improvement project have been trying to soothe angry reactions to the publication of HMRC’s pilot business entity tests.
The Confederation of British Industry has hit back at claims that big companies are dodging their “fair share” of tax.