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Payroll giving reforms unveiled

Date: 13/02/13

The Government are proposing changes to payroll giving designed to increase the number of employees donating. Payroll giving allows UK taxpayers to make regular tax-free donations to good causes on a tax free basis through deductions from their... Read More

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HMRC draws up timetable to identify tax evaders

Date: 11/02/13

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has drawn up a timetable of investigations it plans to launch over the next six months as part of an ongoing crackdown on tax evasion by wealthy individuals. The document, entitled 'Closing in on Tax Evasion', sets out... Read More

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HMRC target businesses with outstanding VAT

Date: 09/02/13

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are currently targeting businesses with outstanding VAT returns. The number of businesses currently required to file monthly VAT returns stands at more than 600, 000.   However, HMRC believes that around 50, 000... Read More

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300,000 late filers could have their goods seized

Date: 17/01/13

Hundreds of thousands of people who failed to submit self-assessment tax returns could end up having their goods seized by bailiffs as HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) continues to toughen up its stance against those who fail to meet their tax... Read More

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Changes to EMI rules announced

Date: 14/01/13

Small businesses need to be aware of changes to employee share scheme rules which may help them retain key staff. The changes to the Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) share option scheme are outlined in the newly published draft Finance Bill.  ... Read More

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