HMRC have published new guidance aimed at helping agencies that hand workers over to umbrella companies understand their legal responsibilities and keep their supply c
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has welcomed the main findings of the Public Accounts Committee’s review of HMRC’s progress with its Making Tax Digital (MTD)
Whilst welcoming yesterday’s announcement that the national living wage will increase to £11.44, the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) are highlighting that some
In yesterday’s Autumn Statement, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announced that Class 2 National Insurance Contributions (NIC) – normally paid by self-employed individuals – wo
Whether you are starting a new business or are looking to develop an existing one, you may be considering setting up a limited company.
Owners of a vehicle that doesn't meet the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) emissions standards and isn’t exempt must pay a £12.50 daily charge to drive within London bor
This year, HMRC decided to stop automatically sending out paper returns to many taxpayers.
Council tax in Scotland will remain ‘detached from reality’ unless ministers commit to a revaluation of properties to ensure they pay the correct amount of tax.
Now that the days are getting shorter as summer comes to an end, are you beginning to turn your attention to completing your 2022/23 self assessment tax return?
If you pay tax under self assessment, it can sometimes be difficult to ensure you have enough money to pay HMRC when the payment deadline arrives.
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