Lee Murphy, owner of accountancy software Pandle, provides some crucial guidance on how to identify a fake HMRC letter – saving you from big losses.
While the self-employed helped Britain’s economic recovery, Charlie Mullins believes legislation is needed to ensure the paying of tax is better monitored.
It’s impossible to ignore the rise of the gig economy, so RJP’s Anne Eager explains how HMRC will go about tackling this new tax collection quandary.
Vernon Dennis explains why, despite the UK tax gap being at a record low, HMRC has placed SMEs in its crosshairs as a way of reducing it even more.
The government and Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) are being held by the Treasury committee to task over the projections made for the financial impact of Making Tax Digital to small businesses.
Following a consultation garnering 3,000 response, HMRC has announced how the Making Tax Digital policy will look in action and made amendments to suit concerned businesses.
A get-together with key stakeholders within her business made Tracy-Ebdon Poole realise that constant change within her company will actually drive growth.
The government has listed the ten most outrageous excuses that “unscrupulous bosses” use to avoid paying their staff the National Minimum Wage.
The high net worth tax affairs of 6,500 Brits are being examined by HMRC – and it’s raking in millions because of it.
All too often, an expenses policy is treated as more of a box-ticking exercise than a genuine attempt to manage employee expenses, explains webexpenses CEO Adam Reynolds.
There are plenty of things most of us are glad have been consigned to the history books, but it appears some company owners still have their feet firmly in the past when it comes to getting a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work.
Remember, remember the 5th of… October?! Are you ready to meet the HMRC deadline?