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EU mandatory tax disclosure rules take effect   HMRC have released interim guidance for agents on the new EU Mandatory Disclosure Rules and new reporting requirements for intermediaries, which apply from June 2018. Under the new mandatory EU tax disclosure rules, information will be exchanged between member states on a quarterly basis. Intermediaries will first have to report by 31…
MTD update HMRC's pilot of Making Tax Digital (MTD) for income tax has been extended and is now able to accept quarterly updates from individual landlords with simple tax affairs. Agents can also sign up clients to pilot. The latest extension means that certain taxpayers will be able to opt out of the current self-assessment regime and use software to…
Corporate offences guidance updated HMRC's guidance on corporate offences for failing to prevent criminal facilitation of tax evasion has recently been updated to include information about self-reporting a company or partnership that has facilitated such an offence. All corporate entities need to be aware of the two new offences that were introduced by the Criminal Finances Act 2017, which apply…
IT contractor wins IR35 case The confusion over HMRC's application of the IR35 legislation continues after an IT contractor successfully appealed to the First Tier Tribunal (FTT) against a tax charge of some £26,000 in connection with a project he was working on with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). In Jensal Software Ltd v HMRC Commrs [2017] TC…
HMRC update guidance on MSCs HMRC have updated their guidance, following the recent decision in Christianuyi Ltd v R & C Commrs [2018] UKUT 10 (TCC), in which the Upper Tribunal ruled that a number of companies were operating as managed service companies (MSCs). In this case, the Upper Tribunal upheld the decision of the First-tier Tribunal that the appellant companies were…
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