CEBR: Limited companies face three times more in MTD costs than the government claims.
New savings account a 'step in the right direction', but beware the pitfall, says IPSE.
Digital imaging boosts the prospects (and clearing times) of paper payments.
Get the official word on whether you’re a limited cost trader, and likely to pay more VAT.
Scepticism about the late payments tsar remerges, just as its debut is set in stone.
No tax software inside most small ventures will make MTD a hard slog, survey suggests.
Contractors seen in the collateral from April's clampdown on the popular VAT scheme.
HMRC hints at a let-off, saying your e-account will only cost you hundreds, not thousands.
Buy-to-letters will duck the old chancellor's tax by incorporating for new purchases.
When self-assessors try the ridiculous to avoid being penalised.
Going forward to HMRC (when the scheme provider hasn’t) will be your duty.
IFA reveals where chancellor Hammond helped you out, or hit your pocket.
One-man bands facing 'MTD' deserve 'whatever amount of financial support' they need.
Make more traders exempt from quarterly tax e-updates, and delay them, HMRC told.
Innocent mistakes add £1bn more to the tax gap than avoidance.
A 'Super ISA' to stash all your cash, shares, funds and P2P investments is called for.
Last chance to give your view on what the Small Business Commissioner must do.
Another alert issued over the future availability of tax advice on complex matters.
Only accountants are out-stashing techies, whose current account balance is unmatched.
Now's the time for the Small Business Commissioner, says IPSE, not next year.
Government's 25% top-up can go towards a house deposit, Treasury confirms.
Forgetting to pay-in what's already been paid incurs firms a £740 weekly charge.
For the first time, the traditional way to pay is now the least used.
The ubiquitous yellow note is personalising HMRC's approach to avoiders.
Almost 60% of decisions get altered or annulled when taxpayers challenge.
An information shortage seems to make April 6th a tall order for LISA providers.
Revenue retreats on its plan to mandate digital accounts for all self-employed.
Contractors' concerns seem to have been listened to (and acted on) by a banking probe.
The latest of two HMRC blunders with business people has devastating effects.
HMRC to clarify which closing down a company activities can be caught by TARR.
Digital suppliers told to refrain from guesswork about MOSS, as officials 'simply don’t know.'
Come clean before July 31st to get off with a reduced penalty, says CXC.
One-man bands' clients know no bounds when it comes to the creative fob-off.
Spending watchdog mauls the taxman for saving just £1 for every £4 taxpayers have lost.
One taxpayer who lost £15,000 is among 'hundreds' of scammed Revenue customers.
New ISA needs revising if it's really going to help people who work for themselves -- IPSE.
Ban on Entrepreneurs' Relief results in a record number of 'Ltds' winding up.
'Putting back five HMRC consultations is no good if the system isn't put back too.'
Wealthy city workers wanting to escape help the average tax bill in Elmbridge hit £18k.
'We're small, but some claims are just too small for even us to bother with.'