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Topic: Tax Accounting

IR35 roll out confirmed, with a few tweaks
By Bright Grahame Murray on 10 March, 2020

Just two weeks ahead of the Budget, the government has released the findings of its IR35 review and confirmed that the reforms will go ahead on 6...

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Year end tax planning time – use it or lose it
By Bright Grahame Murray on 4 March, 2020

The end of the 2019/20 tax year is approaching and some of your tax reliefs and allowances will be lost if not used before 6 April 2020. Income...

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What’s coming in the new government’s tax plans?
By Bright Grahame Murray on 2 March, 2020

With the Conservative Party’s election victory in December, businesses now have a clearer idea of what tax changes they can expect to see...

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What price tax reliefs?
By Bright Grahame Murray on 16 December, 2019

When you look at your annual tax statement, have you ever wondered about the overall cost of the tax reliefs you enjoy? HMRC has published its...

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Determining off -payroll employment status
By Bright Grahame Murray on 2 December, 2019

The off-payroll working rules for private businesses are set to change from April 2020, but some recent tribunal decisions have led to uncertainty...

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It’s not me, it’s you: small businesses feedback to HMRC
By Bright Grahame Murray on 11 October, 2019

A report from HMRC looking at why small businesses contact them directly, rather than online, throws a spotlight on some interesting interplay...

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VAT reverse charge for building and construction from October
By Bright Grahame Murray on 8 August, 2019

New rules come into force in October for VAT-registered firms reporting under the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) as part of HMRC’s attempt to...

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