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Snap election should lead to Making Tax Digital deferral
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:23 24/04/17
A professional accountancy body has urged a delay in the implementation of HMRCís Making Tax Digital strategy, following the decision to hold a snap General Election.
CIOT warns of dangers of rushing through Finance Bill
Susie Hughes [Political News] 15:27 19/04/17
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has written to Chancellor Philip Hammond urging him not to rush through a large number of tax changes without any real Parliamentary scrutiny.
Self-employed welcome Government U-turn on tax increases
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:07 17/03/17 | Comments: 2
A week after annoucing an increase in National Insurance Contributions for the self-employed, the Government has U-turned and reversed the move.
More criticism for Government over National Insurance rise
Susie Hughes [Political News] 11:14 13/03/17
The row over the rise in National Insurance for the self-employed continues to gain ground amid accusations that the Government has reneged on a manifesto commitment not to raise taxes; and that it will penalise entrepreneurs.
Budget (6): Small business owners to feel the pinch
Susie Hughes [Political News] 12:35 10/03/17
The Chancellor announced two changes in a step to reduce the tax differential between the self-employed, director-shareholders and the employed. These changes include an increase to the main rate of national insurance contributions (NIC) paid by the self-employed and a reduction to the new dividend allowance.
Budget 2017 (5): Accountants reaction to small business tax clampdown
Susie Hughes [Political News] 11:23 10/03/17
When the Chancellor Philip Hammond announced his Spring Budget to Parliament, the wider implications are sure to affect SMEs across the UK. But will those changes be beneficial or detrimental to conditions for the UKís owner-managed businesses?
Budget 2017 (4): Budget twists the knife into freelancers and contractors
Susie Hughes [Political News] 22:14 08/03/17
Contractor tax advisor, Qdos Contractor, has responded to the Budget with concern, as the Chancellor, unveiled the Governmentís plans to build Ďan economy that works for everyone’, but seemingly not those working for themselves.
Budget 2017 (3): Continued pressure on small firms and self-employed
Susie Hughes [Political News] 21:52 08/03/17
The Forum of Private Business has given the Chancellor four out of 10 for his Budget announcements, with a warning that continued pressure on small businesses and the self-employed is short sighted as we look to get Britain trading again.
Budget 2017 (2): Self-employed hit hardest by Budget tax rises
Susie Hughes [Political News] 14:08 08/03/17 | Comments: 7
The self-employed were the biggest losers in Chancellor Philip Hammondís Budget, according to freelancer group IPSE.
Budget 2017 (1): 'Unfairness' of tax system which favours self-employed
Susie Hughes [Political News] 13:47 08/03/17 | Comments: 1
Often in the Budget, the devil is in the detail in the announcements which follow the Chancellor's speech, but on this occasion, Philip Hammond made it clear from the Dispatch Box that he and the Government wanted to act on what they perceive as an unfairness in the amount tax paid by employed compared to self-employed or limited company directors.
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