We have all seen them, constant advertising to claim marriage tax allowance rebates, or tax reliefs for working from home. Some almost convince that they are promoted by or are associated with HM Revenue and Customs, when the reality is that they neither approved nor partners of HMRC. ‘Which’, the consumer organisation, refer to some … Continue reading Consultation launched to tackle tax rebate reprobates
Increase in National Insurance thresholds On 23rd March 2022 in the Spring Statement 2022, the UK government announced an increase in National Insurance primary thresholds affecting the 2022 to 2023 tax year. HMRC are reminding employers that the primary threshold changes take effect from 6th July 2022, resulting in employees paying National Insurance contributions on … Continue reading NI change 6th July 2022 – are you ready?
HMRC have published their June 2022 edition of the employers bulletin. It covers a multitude of topics. A primary focus is on the National Insurance changes which come into force from 6th July 2022. Topics covered include: PAYE Changes to our webchat service Increase in National Insurance thresholds Basic PAYE Tools — additional in-year release … Continue reading June 2022 HMRC Employer Bulletin
HMRC names Peak PAYE Ltd as a tax avoidance promoter and urges individuals to withdraw from using it. This tax avoidance scheme has been exposed by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) on 8th June 2022, to help ensure customers do not end up with large tax bills. Individuals using a tax avoidance scheme provided by … Continue reading HMRC urges customers to leave tax avoidance scheme promoted by London-based firm
Company wrongly claimed £50,000 support during the pandemic through Eat Out to Help Out and furlough schemes. Ifraz Nabi has been disqualified as a director for 7 years after wrongly claiming £30,000 through the Eat Out to Help Out scheme and over £20,000 through the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (furlough). He was the sole director … Continue reading Takeaway boss who abused Covid-19 support schemes banned for 7 years
The Court of Appeal has found in favour of HMRC that Mr Hoey was liable to pay the tax in his income in ‘Stephen Hoey and others v HMRC’ (13th May 2022). HMRC welcomed the Court of Appeal decision, which confirms that this kind of tax avoidance scheme does not work. Tax avoidance deprives the … Continue reading HMRC wins disguised remuneration tax avoidance case
In the HMRC agent update 96 published 19th May 2022, revised guidance has been issued in relation to the late receipt of P45s from employees that are too late to be applied to the first payment. Often employees mislay or employers have not yet issued the P45 to their leaving employee. Equally employees may not … Continue reading HMRC instructs agents they can stop using late P45’s