Did you know, from 1 April 2017, if your client’s company or group has more than £2 million of net interest and similar financing costs per year, the Corporate interest restriction rules may restrict interest deductions for UK Corporation Tax purposes.
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This weeks Talking Points are: New deemed domicile provisions and the tax impact on Tuesday 20 March 2018 - midday to 1pm. Non-domiciles, offshore trusts – the new regime on Thursday 22 March 2018 - 1pm to 2pm. And, Protecting businesses from intellectual property (IP) crime and infringement on Friday 23 March - 11am to midday.
Today the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP, delivered his first Spring Statement to Parliament.
Do you have a client-specific issue? Unable to resolve it through the usual HMRC Channels? Contact the Agent Account Managers (AAMs)
Agent Update 64 is now available and contains a variety of articles, updates, help and support for the entire agent community
We have 20 online Tax Agents Toolkits to help you submit returns, keep you up to date with tax legislation, guidance which can also be used as either a straightforward checklist or training aid.
This weeks Tax agent blog is about upcoming changes to how agents manage their client lists online.
Corporate interest restriction - From 1 April 2017, if your company or group has more than £2 million of net interest and similar financing costs, the Corporate interest restriction rules may restrict interest deductions for UK Corporation Tax purposes.
With the deadline to submit a tax return, less than a week away we have five self assessment questions from small business owners that may also be useful to tax agents.
Did you know, HMRC will never notify you of a tax rebate by email or text. We also won’t ask you to disclose personal or payment information by email or text. You can forward suspicious emails to the HMRC phishing team at, firstname.lastname@example.org.