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HMRC's U-turn on Tax Treatment of Double Cab Pick Ups

HMRC announced a reversal to its recent guidance on the treatment of double cab pickups (DCPUs) from 1 July 2024.

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Companies House Fees Increasing from 1 May 2024

As of 1 May 2024, some Companies House fees will be increasing.

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What is the deadline for payroll year end submissions? | Year end payroll reporting

It is not that long until the current 2023-24 tax year comes to an end on 5th April 2024 with any final payroll submissions to HMRC due by 19th of April 2024, with a number of year-end payroll chores that must be completed. This includes sending a final PAYE submission for the tax year. The last Full Payment Submission (FPS) needs to be submitted no later than the last payday for your employees of the 2023-24 tax year.  

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Changes to Companies House Regulations From 4 March 2024

Companies House are introducing two new changes which come into effect from 4 March 2024. 

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Moore welcomes Jay Thurston as Tax Partner Designate

Jay Thurston joins top 15 accountancy network Moore as Tax Partner Designate in the Northern Home Counties firm.

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What you need to know to understand HMRC’s new rules for digital platform income

At the start of the year, new rules were implemented requiring digital platforms that allow individuals to earn income to share their user’s information with HMRC. The list of digital platforms includes Vinted, eBay, Airbnb, Uber, Deliveroo, YouTube, Etsy, and many others.   

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AN END OF AN ERA: TAX SPECIALIST SIMON REID BIDS FAREWELL TO MOORE AFTER NEARLY FOUR DECADES

Associate and Tax Specialist Simon Reid retired from Moore Chartered Accountants this week after an incredible 38 years with the firm’s Corby office.  

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Payrolling of Benefits in Kind will become mandatory from April 2026

HMRC have announced that from April 2026, the Income Tax and Class 1A National Insurance Contributions (NICs) on Benefits in Kind will need to be reported and paid via payroll software rather than being submitted via annual P11D forms.  

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Revenue confidence surges, but cashflow and tech adoption remain key concerns

Twice a year we ask business leaders across the country to share their aspirations for the next six months and track business confidence.   

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Who does MTD for ITSA apply to?| How to Prepare for Making Tax Digital for Income Tax

Making Tax Digital (MTD) for Income Tax, also known as MTD for ITSA, was set up by HMRC as a new way for self employed business owners and landlords to report earnings and pay Income Tax.  

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Do I need to register for VAT in 2024? | What is the VAT threshold in 2024?

What is the taxable turnover for 2023/24 The taxable turnover threshold determining whether businesses should be registered for VAT is currently £85,000. The taxable turnover threshold determining whether businesses can apply for deregistration is £83,000.  

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What is the IHT rate for 2023/24? | How much can I gift to avoid inheritance tax?

We wanted to remind you of the inheritance tax (IHT) implications of making cash gifts during the 2023-24 tax year ending on April 5, 2024.