Government plans dubbed ‘Project After’ will cut taxes and slash tariffs in the event of a no-deal Brexit in a bid to make the UK more competitive and “steal a march” on the European Union.
According to recent research, one third of UK small business owners have completely lost the motivation to run their company since starting up. Of those, one quarter experience this feeling several times a year.
Chancellor Philip Hammond described the economy as being “overshadowed” by Brexit, as official figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveal that the UK’s economic growth stalled at the end of 2018.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) raises almost half of its tax investigation revenue through VAT probes, a new report has revealed.Details
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has given charitable trusts an extra six months to fully comply with the forthcoming digital tax requirements for VAT returns.
New analysis based on HM Revenue & Customs’ (HMRC) data suggests that the loss of revenue from planned cuts to Corporation Tax could cost the Treasury billions more than previously thought.
The Education Secretary Damian Hinds has called on more schools to consider the “freedom and opportunities” offered by becoming an academy.
A recent report that showed VAT receipts have surged by 79 per cent in the last eight years has prompted speculation that the Government might lower the rate, as officials fear that Brexit could hit consumer spending due to price rises and increased economic uncertainty.
Recent research shows that British start-ups attracted 1.5 times more investment from global venture capital (VC) investors than German businesses and 2.6 times more than French ones.
Making Tax Digital (MTD) will come into effect on 1 April, and this means that the vast majority of UK businesses with a turnover above the VAT threshold of £85,000 will need to keep digital records and submit VAT returns digitally.