Member Since: 12th Jun 2014
10th Feb 2020
As the penalty requires both a late return and unpaid tax I think the heading makes sense (assuming it has not changed since your post)
29th Oct 2019
As the Provisional Collection of Taxes Act 1968 applies to income tax, corporation tax, petroleum revenue tax, stamp duty reserve tax, VAT, insurance premium tax, landfill tax and duties of customs and excise I assume none of them can be collected if PCTA1968 conditions are not met.
1st Oct 2019
It reminds me to the late 90's when I worked there.
1st years were not allowed laptops.
2nd years had hand-me-downs from the 3rd years (if you were lucky)
3rd years got hand me downs from the middle managers
You often sat there writing stuff out long hand, only to type it in when 'the computer' was free, and the thing crash on you about 5 times a day as it was well past its best in an environment where computers used every ounce of oomf to run things.
The partners of course could not see what the fuss was about, and the need for all these computers for the younger staff who should be ticking or something.
Hard to believe this was the 1990's. When I worked at another Big 4 late 80's to mid 90's everyone had a decent laptop!
7th Aug 2019
What, for drink driving?
31st May 2019
His turnover included relatively high value materials such as the gates themselves
27th Feb 2019
Have they reffer-ed themselves to their accounting oversight body?
27th Feb 2019
Yes, obviously someone at the company made a hash of it!
7th Feb 2019
I would hope that no auditor would audit accounts they had prepared!
28th Jan 2019
"As of 22 January, HMRC has received 70% of returns (8,063,550) but that also means 11,564,363 returns are still due. "
Are you sure about your figures here or did you get Diane Abbot to help you work it out? :o)
3rd Aug 2018
The diverted profits tax (DPT) is in place and has been since 2015. According to a recent article on Croner-i, the amount collected from DPT increased by over a third to £388m in 2017/18, up from £281m in the previous year. The tax burden on businesses from DPT is significantly higher than first anticipated and exceeds the forecasted £360m that the Exchequer anticipated would be the impact of DPT. Since the tax was introduced estimates for revenues have been exceeded every year.