Today, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his Autumn Statement. We have summarised the key points.
If you have your own business, then you will need to consider whether the VAT rules and regulations apply to you and the service or products you supply.
Following the Chancellor’s ‘mini’ budget announcement, we’ve broken down some of the key points to make them more digestible.
In April 2015, the scope of Capital Gains Tax for non-residents was widened to include a residential property held as an investment. Before that change, a non-resident individual’s exposure to CGT was limited to disposals of assets connected with a trade that he or she was carrying on in the UK…
Croner Taxwise’s VIP tax question of the week : “Are hire purchase agreements categorised as goods or services for VAT purposes?”, answered by Tony Chamberlain, VAT Adviser.
The VAT deferral new payment scheme allows you to pay your deferred VAT over a longer period. Learn how you can opt-in to the scheme.
In 2021 new rules come in for use of the domestic VAT reverse charge. Read about the changes that come in from 1 March.
We clear up any confusion around VAT and the Eat Out to Help Out scheme. Read more to learn how VAT is charged on the bill during the scheme.
Reverse Charge VAT for Construction Services postponed by 12 months, meaning the change will not be implemented until 1st October 2020.
Find out more about the domestic reverse charge VAT on supplies and services within the scope of the Construction Industry Scheme, introduced by HMRC.
The change will shift the responsibility for accounting for the VAT on ‘specified services’ from the supplier on to the recipient of the supply.
When it comes to the weather, clouds aren’t exactly everyone’s favourite forecast, but when it comes to accounting, well that’s a different matter … cloud based accounting is efficient, it’s effective and very much part of our digital future. From 1 April 2019, VAT registered businesses need to comply with HMRC’s Making Tax Digital regime