Some new year’s tax resolutions – for the press, advisers and politicians.
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Self’s assessment: Looking back – and forwards
New Year resolutions for OMBs
The start of the New Year is a natural time to reflect, and with this comes an abundance of resolutions.
Taxpayers who don’t file their tax returns on time will be fined and it could get a lot worse
Almost half the population still have to file their tax returns
The end of an era – Cessation of the printed tariff
December 2019 marked a sad occasion for all customs bibliophiles.
Once in a decade – new 2020 Incoterms
Taken from our January 2020 edition of Customs Digest, we examine the newly updated international commercial terms.
Santa’s tax effective Christmas
Readers take note! Santa’s not the only one who needs to pay attention to a changing tax world...
Christmas and the Tax Inspector Grinch…
Giving Christmas presents to staff might incur extra tax
Blick Rothenberg calls for tax reform and simplification
Given the resounding Conservative victory, now is the time for The Chancellor Sajid Javid to radically reform the British tax system.
Brexit: Business travellers
Companies who send workers to the EU as business travellers after Brexit may need to spend more time on understanding the 'immigration' issues.
Brexit: Six key tax and social security points for employers
With the EU departure deal is still in “limbo”, Brexit continues to cause uncertainty for employers.
Conservative manifesto: Stamp Duty Land Tax comments
Sean Randall, Partner and SDLT specialist, comments on a snippet of the Conservative manifesto that has been released early.
Suzanne Willis named Private Client Accountant of the Year
Congratulations to Suzanne on this wonderful achievement.