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In a recent article in Accountancy Live, Buzzacott Senior Manager Katie White discusses the accounting treatment of the remuneration of members of an LLP
It’s only a couple of weeks until 1 January 2015 when the place of supply VAT rules for services delivered by electronic means, such as broadcasting and telecommunications, to end consumers based elsewhere in the EU will change.
This industry insight report reviews some key points around investor activity in the alternative finance space
We have heard today that following meetings with the Charity Tax Group, HMRC has delayed the implementation of its new interpretation of the VAT liability for certain direct mailing services until 1 April 2015. It also appears to have indicated that it will not take retrospective action or raise past assessments because of genuine misunderstanding of the position by the industry sector.
Read the full Q&A with Director Priya Mehta in the latest issue of Hedge Fund Manager Week.
Two recent and significant changes to employment legislation will require organisations to review existing policies and procedures to ensure compliance and minimise the risk of a potential breach.
The Coalition Government continues to treat preventing “tax abuse” as a major priority and is leading the G20 countries in implementing systems of global tax transparency. Some recent and expected activity is outlined in this insight and should give our clients an idea of what they can expect next year.
Having suggested that law firms might be able to dispense altogether with the annual accountant’s report, the SRA has instead kept the requirement but made filing it optional unless the report is qualified. So really nothing much has changed.
The incorporation of firms hit the tax headlines in the Autumn Statement on 3 December 2014 with targeted anti-avoidance provisions designed specifically to counter the perceived
unfairness caused by partners realising the value of their firms on the change.