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Getting ready for GDPR The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will replace the existing Data Protection Act (DPA), takes effect from 25 May 2018. UK organisations that process the personal data of EU residents need to ensure systems are in place by then to enable compliance with new requirements. The GDPR is more extensive in scope and application…
October key tax dates   1 - Due date for payment of Corporation Tax for the year ended 31 December 2016 5 - If a Tax Return has not been received, individuals and trustees must notify HMRC of new sources of income and chargeability in 2016/17 14 - Return and payment of CT61 tax due for quarter to 30 September…
Making Tax Digital for Business: update In July, the Government confirmed that the Summer Finance Bill would be published in September, with the measures dropped from the pre-election Finance Bill being reintroduced in more or less the same form, from the initially planned commencement dates. Clauses dropped from the pre-election bill and expected to be brought back include those on…
Double glazing salesmen was self-employed Employment status tax cases often make the headlines in the professional press and the June 2017 case of Tomlinson was no exception. In this case, the First-tier Tribunal found that a double glazing salesman (Mr Malcolm Tomlinson) was self-employed and not an employee as he had claimed. As with most employment status cases, this case…
Paying Class 2 NICs Whether or not Class 2 National Insurance Contributions (NICs) can be paid depends on whether an individual falls within the definition of a 'self-employed earner' for NIC purposes, and if so, whether profits are in excess of the existing small profits threshold (£6,025 for 2017/18). The definition of a self-employed earner is defined as someone 'who…
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