The Government published its draft of the 2018/19 Finance Bill earlier this month. The draft Bill will be scrutinised by accountants, tax advisers and other interested parties for many weeks to come, refined, and then formally published later in the year as part of the Autumn 2018 Budget.
Parents are faced with a bewildering choice of how to fund childcare costs.
Retain evidence to avoid issues with IR35 in the future
If HMRC sends you a late filing penalty, there is a more than a one in three chance that it is wrong and you can get it cancelled.
Directors sometimes borrow assets or money from their company, intending in the future to repay or make good the cost to the company so that a benefit in kind tax charge doesn’t apply.
If your company runs a share scheme for your employees, you must submit an online annual report to HMRC about the scheme’s actions in 2017-18, by 6 July 2018.
The government is sending out mixed tax messages about electric vehicles. This is what you need to know as an employer.
Statutory maternity pay (SMP) must be paid to a pregnant employee who has been continuously employed by the employer for at least 26 week
Where an employee’s contract is terminated on or after 6 April 2018, the rules for working out how much of their pay-off is tax-free are quite different from what they have been.
The two classes of national insurance (NIC) payable by the self-employed will be merged into one class from 6 April 2019.
HMRC is pushing ahead with its plans for Making Tax Digital (MTD) for businesses, although some changes concerning non-business income have been put on hold
This is our Summer 2018 client newsletter