Employers need to consider a number of issues with regard to their mobile employees - whether UK individuals working in Europe or EU/EEA employees working in the UK.
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The impact of Brexit on mobile employees
Following Brexit, employers need to consider a number of issues with regard to their mobile employees.
Corporate Criminal Offence (CCO) – Failure to Prevent the Facilitation of Tax Fraud (FTP)
HMRC have released figures for all live CCO enquiries. The number of open investigations means they are serious about using these new criminal powers.
Self’s assessment: Virgin on the ridiculous
Should Virgin Healthcare have paid tax on its NHS deals?
Unbelievable that a Chancellor has left so close the Budget
Any major changes and decisions that were to be announced would presumably need to be put on hold and assessed by the new Chancellor.
DAC 6 – what does it mean for you?
The UK has recently introduced final regulations to implement DAC 6 to be used by HMRC to identify aggressive cross-border tax planning arrangements.
Late filing by taxpayers gives Government a £95m boost – £25m more than last year
HMRC’s official records indicate that 958,000 missed the recent 31 January deadline for filing their self-assessment tax returns
Four days into the EU transition phase and the objectives seem to be in jeopardy
“Business communities want negotiations to succeed, but clarity is urgently needed.”
Brexit day – What comes next?
After 47 years, today marks the last day of the UK’s membership with the European Union
German and UK business leaders demand focus on crucial issues for British-EU trade
A new era for British-German relations
Self’s assessment: Looking back – and forwards
Some new year’s tax resolutions – for the press, advisers and politicians.
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