Should we be wary or embrace the fact that HMRC decided to publish more information on Making Tax Digital on Friday 13th, a date on the superstition spectrum which ranges from being unlucky for some to full on paraskevidekatriaphobia (yes – it is a real word)? Unfortunately the announcements on Friday do not indicate any […]
Pat joined Mercia in 2008 as a tax consultant lecturer bringing a wealth of experience with her. She originally trained and worked in the profession for Ernst & Young, Grant Thornton and KPMG before moving to the University of Derby as their senior tax lecturer. Her time at Derby included undergraduate and professional tax training as well as being involved in examinations and publishing projects for ACCA and other professional bodies.
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For many Friday afternoon these days appears to be associated with winding down and easing into the weekend unless of course you are involved in tax! This time of the week is increasingly being used by HM Treasury for key announcements. On Friday 18 May, the consultation known as ‘Off- payroll working in the private […]
It’s good to know that sometimes persistence does pay off. We have been pressing for some time for an answer to the question – what approach will The Pension Regulator (TPR) take to directors in director-only companies? Will TPR argue with the company as to whether the directors have contracts of employment and therefore there […]
One announcement in the Summer Budget has an immediate impact for individuals and their pension savings in 2015/16. The aim of the change is to ensure that the new tax relief restrictions on high income individuals can be timely and effectively implemented for 2016/17 and onwards.