News

Category / Miscellaneous

    Loading posts...
  • 5 Top Tax Return Tips

    Also published on the Bloomsbury Professional Tax Blog on 13 January 2020. In the middle of tax return season, your main role is to ensure clients’ self-assessment returns are accurate and submitted…

  • The UK Tax Authority’s Approach to Sportspersons

    The UK Tax Authority’s Approach to Sportspersons

    In this article we look at issues that are likely to affect sportspeople in their dealings with the UK tax authority, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Sportspeople, whether already at their peak…

  • Young Professionals Networking

    The future of tax depends on you!

    I recently spoke to a senior manager at a top 40 professional services firm. The SM is technically brilliant, good at managing junior staff and looking to be promoted to (associate) Director.…

  • London Tax Society membership

    London Tax Society Highlights – 2020

    This year has been…interesting to say the least. We had a great program of events lined up and obviously circumstances conspired against us all. Some of our pre-planned technical events went ahead…

  • online conference

    Tax Investigations Online Conference – FREE TICKETS!

    We are pleased to announce that London Tax Network Director Mala Kapacee will be speaking about how to deal with HMRC information requests at the Tax Investigations Online Conference on 24 November…

  • The relationship between HMRC and the tax advisory profession

    How far can HMRC go?

    Now the loan charge deadline has passed, it is time for us to take a step back and look at how the relationship between HMRC and the tax advisory profession has evolved…

  • Offshore penalties

    As you may be aware, HMRC are receiving huge amounts of information from overseas, particularly as a result of the Common Reporting Standard. The CRS is a multi-lateral agreement between over 100…

  • Is the Ministry “interfering at Hogwarts”?

    Hopefully readers will recognise the quote above from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, when the Ministry for Magic place an official at Hogwarts to “oversee matters”. With this in…

  • HMRC but not as you know them…

    Over the last month HMRC have swiftly changed from a tax collection machine to a money distribution centre and they have carried this out admirably. Aside from providing funds to companies for…

  • What to do when HMRC knocks…

    …figuratively speaking of course. Now we are all effectively on lockdown, they shouldn’t be coming near you in person for a while (and that’s a topic for another post). A version of…