The global tax landscape is changing. Tax authorities around the world are exploring how technology and digitisation can transform their work and the tax compliance landscape. The 21st century might still be waiting on the flying car of the Back to the Future films but the impact of technology isn’t just prevalent in the mega… Read More Digital VAT is here for the United Kingdom
ICAS accountancy experts provide their analysis on key aspects of Chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Statement and Spending Review 2015. Direction of travel with taxation Comments by Charlotte Barbour, Director of Taxation The measures announced would on first appearances seem to be a mixed bag: it’s difficult to discern a clear direction of travel and ICAS… Read More Autumn Statement and Spending Review 2015: ICAS reaction
On the tenth anniversary of HMRC’s formation, is a wide-ranging review of the Revenue still necessary? Paul Aplin argues it is. HMRC was formed 10 years ago and much has happened that was never envisaged by Gus O’Donnell when he proposed its creation through the merger of the Inland Revenue and H M Customs &… Read More HMRC needs a review
Neil Warren gives an update on the new procedures for businesses selling digital services, including an important opportunity for small businesses to register for UK VAT and use the Mini One Stop Shop. As most readers are aware, new rules took effect on 1 January 2015, so that supplies of digital services to non-business customers… Read More VAT and e-services… where are we now?
By Martin Callaghan This is one of the stand out announcements from the 2015 Budget on Wednesday, 18 March 2015. Can’t quite remember it? Well, it was there… sort of. Read more here: http://economia.icaew.com/opinion/march-2015/tax-evaders-lock-them-up Martin Callaghan is a senior tax manager at BDO LLP This article was originally published in the March 2015 issue of… Read More Tax evaders, “lock them up!”