Undisclosed property income has long been on HMRC’s radar and its data sharing system has made it easier to pursue those taxpayers at fault. Last month, Reuters reported on an investigation into the UK arm of Airbnb, conducted by HMRC,
Throughout the pandemic, flexible Time to Pay Arrangements (TTPA’s) have been available to taxpayers struggling to meet their liabilities. The arrangements grant taxpayers additional time to pay the tax that they owe. Consequently, the ‘debt’ will not be pursued as
Last month, the Chancellor unveiled his ‘Winter Economy Plan’ after scrapping plans to deliver an Autumn Budget this year. With ‘difficult winter months’ ahead, Rishi Sunak announced a handful of new business support measures. The hope, is that these will
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has been writing to certain employers about issues with Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) compliance. Its focus is on those who have knowingly put forward fraudulent claims and less so on those who have made
The government has issued draft legislation outlining how the two per cent Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) surcharge will apply to non-resident property transactions. ‘Relevant period’ for stamp duty residence test From 1 April 2021, the number of days a
The Government has published details of the Green Homes Grant, announced at the Summer Economic Update on 8 July. ‘Green’ home improvements covered by Government voucher scheme The scheme, which is at least a step towards the Government achieving its
As we now look toward the second half of a year unlike any we have known before, the Government has published details of ‘Project Speed’. The programme is part of its commitment to rebuild the economy after the Coronavirus crisis.