Disguised Remuneration Loan Charge Review Welcomed
By David Redfern 12th September 2019
Government Announce Review into Loan Charge Levied on Tax Avoidance Schemes HM Treasury yesterday announced that it was launching an independent review into the controversial Loan Charge which was intended to tackle a particular form of tax avoidance. Impacting upon self-employed contractors across a range of industry sectors including business […]
Are you treating your Business Travel and Subsistence Costs Correctly?
By David Redfern 10th September 2019
Guidance for Employers who Reimburse Employee Costs Relating to Business Travel and Subsistence Business travel is a regular part of working life for many employees across a wide range of occupations and industry sectors. When travelling on behalf of an employer, it is usual for employees to incur travel and […]
Businesses Face HMRC Crackdown on Money Laundering
By David Redfern 5th September 2019
HMRC Anti-Money Laundering Action Results in Record Fine for Money Services Business Companies which are required to adhere to strict anti-money laundering (AML) regulations have been advised to check their procedures and improve where necessary after HMRC handed down its largest fine to date to a London money services business […]
What do Off-Payroll Working Rule Changes Mean for you?
By David Redfern 3rd September 2019
Will New IR35 Rules Affect You or Your Business? With HMRC releasing a raft of updated information regarding changes to the Off-Payroll Working rules, otherwise known as IR35, which are due to come into force in April 2020, businesses and contractors will be questioning what these changes will mean for […]
Could you be due a tax refund?
By David Redfern 29th August 2019
Our specialists explain why you might have paid too much in tax As American president Benjamin Franklin once said, there’s nothing certain about life but death and taxes and for most of us, tax is a word we don’t like to hear too often. Tax usually means less money in […]