Changes to the penalty and interest regimes will apply to VAT returns for accounting periods beginning on or after 1 April 2022. Find out what you need to know and how we can help.
You don’t have to wait until on or before midnight on 31 January 2022 to file your 2020/21 tax return. If you have accurate records, get started today.
The off-payroll rules in the private sector are changing. From 6 April 2021, IR35 rules will extend to the private sector, affecting medium and large-sized organisations.
Some of the income tax rates and bands in Scotland for 2021/22 should rise 0.5% in line with the September 2020 CPI rate of inflation. What might you pay?
If you provide certain construction services and your business is VAT-registered, a big change in who accounts for VAT and who pays it is around the corner.
If you sell a second home or buy-to-let property and it attracts a gain, this needs to be reported and any capital gains tax paid within 30 days of the completion date or late-filing penalties apply.
How have benefits-in-kind changed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, how are they taxed and how do you report them in the most challenging of years?
All you need to know about the furlough scheme and the third taxable grant available through the SEISS, rounding up Westminster’s improved support measures.
Coronavirus grants claimed through the self-employed income support scheme do not need to be repaid, but they are taxable and your obligations start from 31 January 2021.
The Treasury has announced a new timetable for Making Tax Digital, extending the scheme to all VAT-registered businesses in 2022, and for income tax from 2023.