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  • PAYE late filing penalties

     

    HMRC have confirmed that a late filing penalty will generally not be charged for delays of up to three days after the statutory filing date, but that they may contact employers who persistently file after the statutory filing date but within three days, and they risk being considered for a penalty.

    The Bulletin includes advice on how to appeal against a penalty online and states:

  • Enews October 2016

    In this month’s eNews we report on recent developments including plans for the Autumn Statement, new National Minimum Wage rates, more detail on the Lifetime ISA and Tax Free Childcare. We also consider whether VAT is recoverable on a car following a recent Tribunal decision as well as updated Gift Aid guidance for charities.

    Please do get in touch if you would like any further guidance on any of the areas covered.

     

  • Enews September 2016

    In this month’s eNews we report on recent developments including HMRC consultations on Making Tax Digital and new sanctions for tax avoidance as well as guidance on the implications of new UK GAAP.

    We also report on HMRC’s advice on spotting scams, how to complain online and industry concerns about the introduction of the new Lifetime ISA.

    We also include guidance for employers and employees including the new advisory fuel rates and the latest Employer Bulletin.

  • Enews August 2016


    In this month’s eNews we report on forthcoming restrictions in interest relief on residential property, TPR statistics and HMRC’s latest ‘tax cheat’ targets. We also report on the latest labour market statistics, revised student loan deduction guidance for employers, ACAS guidance on working in hot temperatures, should we have any more, and the latest Charity annual return.

  • Enews July 2016

     

    In this month’s eNews we report on CIS monthly returns, Personal Tax Accounts, calculation of holiday entitlements and the latest labour market statistics. A recent report also considers whether banks and charities should take greater responsibility for those who may be vulnerable to scams.

    Please do get in touch if you would like any further guidance on any of the areas covered.

  • Referendum


    It is a momentous day for the UK.

    No doubt there will be a period of turmoil in the financial and currency markets.

  • E news - June 2016

    Advisory fuel rates for company cars

    New company car advisory fuel rates have been published which took effect from 1 June 2016. The guidance states: ‘You can use the previous rates for up to one month from the date the new rates apply’. The rates only apply to employees using a company car.

    The advisory fuel rates for journeys undertaken on or after 1 June 2016 are:

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