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HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has announced its provisional thoughts on the VAT treatment of Bitcoin and similar ‘cryptocurrencies’.
Risk management in law firms has evolved and is now much more about identifying and managing risks early on.
As the end of the 2013/14 tax year approaches, there is still time to consider tax planning opportunities.
George Osborne’s Autumn Statement in December 2013 included news of £40m extra funding to support an additional 20,000 higher apprenticeships from 2013-14, as well as a further £20m of additional funding for traineeships for 19-23 year olds.
Consultation on the new SORP closed in November 2013 and all responses are now available to view online. The SORP board is currently considering these responses and expects to publish the final SORP in June 2014, and this will apply for the first time for the 2015-16 financial statements.
HMRC has finally released its updated guidance on how it intends to interpret the proposed legislation affecting ‘salaried members’ of LLPs.
New rules have applied since 1 April 2012 to acquisitions and sales of commercial property.
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In August 2013, we explained the ATED (Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings) that came into effect from 1 April 2013.