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Update on changes to HMRC’s online Self Assessment documentation to support loan and mortgage applications.

HMRC provide an update on Trivial benefits in kind (BIKs) exemption.

The ATT has welcomed the Government’s announcement that proposed legislation on an exemption from income tax for ‘trivial’ benefits will be delayed. The ATT had voiced concern that the proposals could have required employers to declare and tax

HMRC provide an update on its Spring IT Release.

The next in our very successful series of webinars for CIOT & ATT members will look at HMRC’s Tax Agent Strategy.

Two leading professional bodies for tax practitioners have responded to today’s call from the Government for professional bodies to do more in relation to professional standards and tax avoidance.

The Chancellor announced in yesterday’s budget that the Government will introduce, from April 2016, a new Personal Savings Allowance that will allow basic rate taxpayers to receive £1,000 worth of interest tax-free and higher rate taxpayers £500

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has warned that the changes to the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS), Seed Investment Scheme (SEIS) and Venture Capital Trust (VCT) rules may have unintended consequences. The ATT is concerned that

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has welcomed the Chancellor’s acknowledgment(1) that a return to the normal statutory limit of £25,000 for the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) “would not be remotely acceptable”. However, the ATT is

HMRC provide an update on Agent Online Self Serve (AOSS)