Tag Archives: Tax Compliance

Self assessment deadline extended until 28 February

HMRC has extended the self assessment deadline by a month until 28 February. It is a great relief for the customers struggling due to Coronavirus pandemic. Self Assessment customers will not receive a penalty for filing their online tax return late, HMRC announced on 25 January. Already more than 8.9 million taxpayers have filed their […]

What if you can’t pay your tax bill on time?

Contact HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) as soon as possible if you have missed your tax bill payment. How you contact HMRC depends on what you need to pay. You have to pay interest if you pay late. You may avoid penalties by contacting HMRC as soon as possible. If you cannot pay because of […]

Self Assessment filing deadline: No relaxation

HMRC has rejected requests from professional bodies (ACCA, CIOT, AAT, ICAEW and ICAS) to relax the Self Assessment filing deadline. HMRC will issue penalty notices as usual to all who file late but will allow more time to appeal. Many members contacted ICAEW in relation to the 31 January self assessment filing deadline. ICAEW wrote […]

HMRC to start off compliance activity on CJRS grants

HMRC has started off its compliance activity on Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) grants. They are writing letters to 3,000 employers who may need to repay some or all of their claim. HMRC has been already evaluating Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) applications critically. Therefore, they are now starting the next phase of its compliance […]

Director’s Remuneration

There are tough times where tough choices are being made by the businesses. Many directors have been deferring or waiving some or all of their remuneration. Few things to consider: You have to irretrievably give up your rights to the remuneration prior to the payment date. Employers must remember that the payment of a salary, […]

Reverse charge VAT for the construction industry-delay in implementation

HMRC has announced a five-month delay to the introduction of the domestic reverse charge for construction services, due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the construction sector. The VAT change will not now apply until 1 March 2021. A domestic reverse charge means the UK customer who gets supplies of construction services must […]