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  • News - Tribunal cannot force HMRC to accept 16 years’ worth of late tax returns
    The First-tier Tribunal has found that it does not have jurisdiction over HMRC’s ability to accept or reject self-assessment returns. Why were the tax returns rejected?
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  • News Making Tax Digital - VAT pilot now open to all April joiners
    HMRC announced that its Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTDfV) pilot is now open to everyone who has to comply with MTDfV from April 2019. Others will be able to join soon. When and how can you get involved?
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  • News Reports - Tax Breaks for Unincorporated Businesses
    This Special Report looks at the key events in the life of a business and explains the steps to take to maximise tax efficiency. It brings together tried and tested strategies with the latest HMRC practice and legislation up to Finance Act 2018.
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  • Payroll Professional - HMRC’s view of payroll in 2019
    The bi-monthly HMRC Employer Bulletin was last published just before Christmas 2018. What can you learn from it?
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  • Payroll Professional - Good news and bad news in Scotland
    In the Scottish draft Budget on 12 December 2018 the government announced that the starter and basic rate thresholds will increase by inflation, but the higher rate threshold will be frozen again at £43,430, as compared to £50,000 in the rest of the UK. This means employees earning around £50,000 will pay about £1,500 more in tax than someone south of the border, and that’s before NI is taken into account which is payable at 12% up to £50,000. There may well be changes though as the Scottish government...
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  • Payroll Professional - Holiday - use it or lose it says court
    In Max-Planck-Gesellschaft v Shimizu , the employee Mr Shimizu argued that he had not been able to take all his annual leave before the end of the holiday year and had then been told that he had lost that entitlement as it couldn’t be carried forward. The Court of Justice of the European Union said that employers must make employees aware that failing to take the 20 days’ EU statutory holiday means that it will be forfeited.
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  • Payroll Professional - Pre-Christmas RTI easement
    In an unexpected announcement on 17 December 2018, HMRC instructed employers who had brought salary payments forward for Christmas that they should report the contractual payment date, not the actual payment date, in the full payment submission. It is believed this move was in response to a pending court case that criticises the rigidity of Universal Credit award periods and the impact that moving salary payments around can have on claimants.
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  • Payroll Professional - Complying with your pensions duties?
    The Pensions Regulator has now turned its attention to auditing employers to check compliance with their auto-enrolment duties. What do you need to know to ensure you don’t fall foul?
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  • Payroll Professional - Tax-free fees?
    Lots of employers have been discussing the EU settlement scheme post-Brexit and what to do about the fees for EU nationals. So what are the rules on fees and subscriptions being paid?
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  • Payroll Professional - Proposals to ease minimum wage confusion
    Just before Christmas 2018 there was a surprise publication from the government proposing to change the national minimum wage regulations (NMW) in several areas. What are the issues and the proposals?
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