Hello and welcome to our June news round-up.
As always, there’s plenty to update you with this month from the new ban on tenant fees to the delay of digital accounts for individuals. If you have any questions about the topics discussed this month, give us a call and we’ll be happy to help.
The future of VAT is almost here, and it’s digital. If you’re uncertain of what you need to do, here’s our handy checklist which outlines the most important steps. As we said in our earlier blog post Making Tax Digital: All Your Gripes and Grumbles Answered,...read more
Government figures have revealed that the new ban on tenant fees could see landlords accruing costs of more than £80 million. The tenant fees bill, which was published on the 2 May 2018 has put a ban on all fees charged to tenants apart from rent, deposits and...read more
Research carried out by the retail bank, Aldermore has found that four out of five entrepreneurs in the UK believe that the government could do more to support their small business. 1,799 people were surveyed, including 642 small business owners and among them, 79%...read more
Many employers across the UK are currently getting their houses in order so that they can report employee benefits and expenses ahead of the 6 July 2018 deadline. At the end of the tax year, employers may need to inform HMRC if any taxable benefits were handed out...read more
HMRC has announced that it will be delaying the introduction of digital services for individuals. Aspects such as the simple assessment and dynamic coding changes will now be rolled out at a later date as was detailed in an email sent out to stakeholders. HMRC has...read more
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