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A number of improvements are required for the CEST (Check Employment Status for Tax) tool of HMRC before it comes into effect in the private sector, according to CIOT (Chartered Institute of Taxation). The tax authority highlighted the taxman’s struggles to rectify...

What Does the IPSE Has to Say About the IR35 Research?

IPSE has formulated a response for Brookson Legal and Qdos’ research regarding the IR35 consultation that was terminated on 28th May 2019. Qdos unveiled the fact that around 92% of contractors in the UK did not hear from either their recruitment agency or client for...

HMRC Uses Dynamic Coding for Tax Codes

By July 2017, dynamic coding began to roll out. It consisted of numerous trigger points which can cause the issuance of a new code. The objective of dynamic coding is to decrease the P800 computations that are created at the end of the tax year. What makes these P800...

Chancellor Wrongly Attacks Loan Charge Action Group

This is the second time in two appearances that Philip Hammond—the Chancellor of the Exchequer—gave a false statement before the Treasury Select Committee about the loan charge. The revelation came from the spokesperson, executive committee member, founder member, and...

OTS Reveal CEST Improvements

The OTS (Office of Tax Simplification) has revealed details about what the CEST’s promised updates from the taxman are going to look like. According to the OTS report, which was focused on small business taxation, “plainer English” is going to be used for the tool’s...

What Happened in the IR35 Forum Minutes?

The IR35 forum which was held in February where industry experts and the HMRC discussed the effect of the IR35 reform in the private sector has its minutes published. This discussion was set up some weeks before the consultation on the IR35 (5th March) and members...

HMRC Receiving Flak over Sending ‘inaccurate’ Letters

This week, a joke on tax blunder has caused unrest among the contractors’ advisers on its source—the automated letters of HMRC. A Revenue client unveiled his situation on a Sunday broadcast and said that he had to pay one pence for his bills of the 2017/18 tax year....

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