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Issue : Vol 185, Issue 4745

Issue : Vol 185, Issue 4745

22 May 2020
Law should reflect modern working patterns
Loans for all?
Coronavirus and cash management
Can furloughed employees have a reduced car benefit?
VAT input tax incurred on abortive project costs.
Would different share classes be open to challenge?
Tax concerns on disincorporating holiday home.
Charitable transfer Transfers to a charitable incorporated organisation. I act for an unincorporated charity that wishes to change its status to that of a charitable incorporated...
The First-tier Tribunal is ‘open for business and working both remotely and in person at its administrative centre in Birmingham to process new appeals and list existing appeals to be dealt with...
Government statistics released in May reveal that:eight million jobs have now been furloughed with £11.1bn claimed so far through the coronavirus job retention scheme (CJRS);two million...
All stamp duty correspondence should be emailed to HMRC using the dedicated stamp duty mailbox – – while the temporary coronavirus processes are in...
Small and medium-sized enterprises accidentally overclaiming for National Insurance contributions they do not pay, could have to repay thousands of pounds to HMRC later, according UHY Hacker Young.The...
The online service was launched on 26 May for small and medium-sized employers to recover statutory sick pay (SSP) payments they have made to their employees.Employers will be able to make their...
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