Paul joined Dataplan from HM Revenue and Customs in 2007 and runs our PAYE compliance and investigation services.
In the Budget on 29 October, the Government announced that it will be extending reforms to the taxation of off-payroll working to the private sector from 6 April 2020.
The Chancellor presented his Budget to parliament yesterday, there is much of interest to us in the payroll world. As is the case nowadays, some of the announcements are made in advance and some of the announcements cover the upcoming tax year and some the following tax year.
With the ever increasing use of technology in business, HMRC are encouraging all taxpayers to pay their tax liabilities electronically.
My colleague, Jack Simpson, wrote a blog in June 2017 highlighting the changes effect from April 2018 to the provision of childcare vouchers.
Sorry for such a negative blog so early in the New Year!
Businesses can make a payment late to HMRC for a number of reasons, short term cash flow, staff holidays, the employer forgets. However what are the consequences of making a late payment or not paying at all?
Employees who are provided with a company car for private use will see an increase in the amount of tax they pay, from 6 April 2018.
The Scotland Act 2012 gave the Scottish Parliament the power to set the Scottish rate of income tax (National Insurance rates continue to be uniform across the United Kingdom). The Scottish rate of Income Tax came into effect from 6 April 2016.
Hot on the heels of e mail scams, you may have seen them and received the kind e mail form ‘HMRC’ advising you of a lovely tax repayment, we are now seeing a worrying development with telephone scams.