Good morning and welcome to Tuesday's 9am Lowdown.
According to the LITRG, guidance on GOV.UK around the availability of a payroll online filing exemption, may be misleading some people into believing that their circumstances are not covered. (Low Incomes Tax Reform Group)
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A ContractorCalculator survey, featuring responses from more than 1,500 contractors, claims 79% of public sector IT projects have been delayed or cancelled since the IR35 reforms came into play on 6 April 2017. But HMRC denies the IR35 reforms are to blame for any public sector IT project delays. (Computer Weekly)
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Thousands of nurses, social workers and other public sector locums are being drawn into high-risk avoidance schemes in an attempt to sidestep a tax crackdown. (Financial Times)
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Grant Thornton UK has agreed a deal for new offices in Bristol, with 185 staff set to relocate in 2018. (Insider media)
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What’s new on AccountingWEB
In the final article of this series on VAT registration, Neil Warren highlights some potential tips and pitfalls with deregistration.
9 Spokes has developed a strategy for health-check metrics, which business owners can use to spot opportunities and potential threats.
In his latest blog AccountingWEB regular FirstTab talks about his recent decision to open a shop front office. Has this move tempted him to open a second retail unit? Plus, FirstTab shares his practice bucket list.
The Any Answers question of the day comes from Monksview. The member has a yoga client who gives free classes to volunteers that have helped with admin. Monksview asks: Are there any bartering tax consequences?
Over on the industry update section of AccountingWEB First Corporate demystifies the cloud, explaining how software can transform your practice.
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