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Flat rate treatment for all (regardless of employment status), hailed as too big a prize to ignore.

A squeeze on the Budget looms, as it’s set to coincide with costing our exit from the EU.

The Small Business Commissioner issues his first advice to the out-of-pocket.

ATT says it’s come up with a simpler sanction than the Revenue has for late payments.

Contesting the taxman’s claims digitally has the edge over doing it manually.

Deadline, what deadline? Droves still to settle up, and staring at £100 fines.

'Three strikes and you're out' approach mooted by the small business commissioner.

Contractors’ wealth managers are likely to welcome a relaxation in wrapper rules.

Not being a ‘flesh and blood human being’ is why the taxman has come unstuck.

Hassle ahead for ‘Ltds’ whose accounting period spans their first MTD VAT quarter.

Or at least they’re trying to, alongside claims about vertigo, rabbits and a Glasgow nightclub.

Quick plan of action sought to divert an ‘overlooked’ hit on importers’ cashflow.

Being ‘Ltd’ is now the standard operating procedure for property investors.

'An extension to the trust registration deadline for self-assessing doesn’t go far enough.'

Big dent in the £85,0000 ceiling billed as a ‘disaster’ for one-person traders.

At-a-glance rundown of what OTS is proposing on Value Added Tax, and why.

Revenue reminded that only 5% of what’s missing is from people ducking their liabilities.

Three ways to ease Value Added Tax’s complexity said to be incoming.

A true champion of small businesses would tackle IR35 and the dividend tax, says Qdos.

Appeal for HMRC to be 'sympathetic,' despite its 'business as usual' stance.

Guidance, examples and a calculator called for to cut through complexity.

One-person firms unware of the 'SBC,' and unconvinced the state is serious.

Former businessman with 20 years' experience hired as the UK’s late payment tsar.

Revenue challenged not just to make tax digital, but 'do-able' as well.

The death of SA302s appears to have been greatly exaggerated -- as a problem.

Chancellor called to let latecomers to contracting access pension pots to help their start-up.

'Moonlighters' and 'ghosts' appear to be behind a six-month spike in VAT enforcement.

Half the extra tax taken when SMEs get investigated is from VAT non-compliance.

A million individuals reportedly hounded by £100 penalties, over and over again.

Three new online sessions by the taxman aim to demystify Value Added Tax.

And even half of those who aren't, don’t know how big their pension pot is -- survey.

IT companies are the only SME traders to defy Brexit’s savings-sapping effect.

The South Yorkshire city is home to more late-paying clients than anywhere else.

'Genuine alarm' compels officials to dilute and delay quarterly tax reporting.

Over 30 corporation tax ideas tabled to help single-director companies.

'One-man bands should get another go, not a fine, if their foray into digital accounts flops.'

Uncertainty amid May's EU deal could help some contractors with their own negotiations.

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.

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