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Requirement to Correct: one last shot for your offshore matters and transfers to be in order

10 Feb 2017
The reporting of income or assets in UK tax returns relating to offshore matters will be under greater scrutiny by HMRC with the introduction of a harsher penalty regime. HMRC announced their plans for the under-reporting of UK tax assets outside the UK in December 2016, along with a final opportunity to make sure everything is in order, with the “Requirement to Correct” initiative. With... Read More AboutRequirement to Correct: one last shot for your offshore matters and transfers to be in order »

By Kate Saunders

Companies House aiming to be 100% digital

03 Feb 2017
“The Writing’s on the wall for paper filing”, and “Don’t get left behind, file online”, are the messages coming out of Companies House in their current campaign to promote their digital services to accountants and encourage them to file their accounts online. Companies House has declared its intentions to become a 100% digital organisation by the end of 2018/19 in order to increase... Read More AboutCompanies House aiming to be 100% digital »

By Nicola Morgan-Schulz

What financial records are required to be held by a Seychelles international business company?

14 Nov 2014
On 30 October my colleague, Amy Roost, posted a blog about the financial records that BVI business companies must keep. It is useful to contrast this with the requirements under the Seychelles International Business Companies Act, 1994 (the “Act”).    Under section 65 of the Act, a Seychelles IBC shall keep or cause to be kept proper ‘accounting records’:   (i)... Read More AboutWhat financial records are required to be held by a Seychelles international business company? »

By Philip Jacques

What does HMRC’s changing approach mean for Tax Professionals?

13 Oct 2014
Recently HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has sought to increase its powers to access tax payers’ accounts if they suspect that insufficient tax has been paid. This is raising concerns with accountants nationwide. Some accountants feel that it signals a hardening of attitude in these cash-strapped times, driven by the need to balance the books in the current climate of austerity. ... Read More AboutWhat does HMRC’s changing approach mean for Tax Professionals? »

By Claire Fletcher

UK accounting: Small Companies (Micro-Entities' Accounts) Regulations 2013

18 Mar 2014
The Small Companies (Micro-Entities' Accounts) Regulations 2013 have now been published. They came into force on 1 December 2013 and have effect in respect of financial years ending on or after 30 September 2013. The Regulations introduce exemptions from certain financial reporting requirements for very small companies thereby easing the regulatory burden upon them. The Regulations... Read More AboutUK accounting: Small Companies (Micro-Entities' Accounts) Regulations 2013 »

By Philip Jacques

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