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Almost half of SME bosses still ‘unaware’ of MTD - 21 June 2018

Almost half (41 per cent) of small business decision-makers are ‘unaware’ of Making Tax Digital (MTD), new research reveals.

Government consults on construction supplies VAT reverse charge scheme - 20 June 2018

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) may introduce a VAT reverse charge for supplies of construction services to businesses from October 2019.

HMRC considers extension of IR35 rules to private sector - 19 June 2018

After much deliberation, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has finally shed light on the future of IR35 tax legislation in the private sector. The consultation, which will “make sure that people who effectively work as employees pay the right amount

Card payments now ‘more popular’ than cash in UK, study suggests - 18 June 2018

The number of debit card payments made in the UK overtook the use of cash in 2017, a new report has revealed.

What can I do if I am struggling with payroll and auto-enrolment? - 15 June 2018

Making sure that your business is on top of its payroll obligations at all times can be difficult, as the legislation governing the likes of tax and National Insurance Contributions (NICs) is forever changing, as are the rules relating to

Inflation remains at one-year low - 14 June 2018

UK inflation remained at a one-year low of 2.4 per cent in May, despite many economists predicting a rise to 2.6 per cent following a surge in the cost of global oil prices.

Government unveils new ‘start-up’ visa - 13 June 2018

The Government has revealed details of a new ‘start-up’ visa, aimed at getting entrepreneurs into Britain faster.