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HMRC temporarily suspends activation code requirement for new Self Assessment taxpayers

New Self Assessment taxpayers will no longer need to wait for an activation code to be sent in the post ...
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Call for evidence in Horizon IT investigation

The Chairman of the enquiry into the Post Office’s Horizon IT system has called for evidence relating to ‘events associated ...
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Brexit: VAT Reclaims – Ready or Not?

If you are a UK business currently incurring VAT in other EU Member States or you are an EU business ...
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Brexit: Claiming Grant Funding to Complete Customs Declarations – Ready or Not?

If you are a business that either imports  goods from or exports goods overseas, you could be entitled to grant ...
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HMRC updates Statutory Residence Test due to COVID-19

New guidance has been issued by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) which alters how the Statutory Residence Test (SRT) for ...
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Subsidy plans confirmed

Farmers in England are set to lose a significant amount of the funding they currently receive under the Common Agricultural ...
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Brexit: Retail Export Scheme – Ready or Not?

UK Retailers should be aware that the Retail Export Scheme, which allows retailers to provide VAT refunds to overseas shoppers, ...
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Brexit: Mini One Stop Shop – Ready or Not?

UK Businesses supplying ‘digital services’ to consumers in the EU after 31 December 2020 will need to consider a ‘Non-Union’ ...
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Chancellor announces new Job Support Scheme and package of business support measures

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has announced a new job protection scheme and a range of new business support measures. Announcing ...
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HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) writes to 3,000 employers over furlough claims

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is reportedly writing to 3,000 employers over claims they have made for grants from the ...
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Four in five SMEs are confident over their Coronavirus recovery

Four in five UK small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are confident that they will recover from the Coronavirus pandemic, according ...
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Change to Companies House bank details

Companies House has changed its bank details with effect from 1 September 2020 following a technical change to the way ...
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Milsted Langdon shares American expertise with Bristol business leaders

As the US signals that it would like a closer trade relationship with the UK, award-winning accountants Milsted Langdon have ...
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Top forensic accountant makes finals of British Accountancy Awards

Roger Isaacs, one of the UK’s most prominent forensic accountants and a Partner at Milsted Langdon, a firm with offices ...
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Forensic Accountant considers marijuana audits at international meeting in New York

Roger Isaacs, a Forensic Partner at South West Accountancy firm Milsted Langdon, has recently returned from the U.S. where attended ...
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Partner at Milsted Langdon takes home trophy at Successful Women in Business Awards

Judges at this year’s Successful Women in Business Awards have announced Gill Freeman as the winner of the Professional Services ...
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Penny Brohn’s Long Table Lunch raises £79,000 with support from Milsted Langdon

Award-winning accountancy firm, Milsted Langdon, has congratulated cancer support charity Penny Brohn UK on a successful Long Table Lunch, raising ...
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Partner at Milsted Langdon makes the Successful Women in Business Awards final

The Successful Women in Business Awards have announced that Gill Freeman, a Partner and Head of Charity and Not for ...
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Official report recommends significant increases in Capital Gains Tax

The Office for Tax Simplification (OTS) has released a new report that recommends ministers consider bringing rates of Capital Gains ...
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Category: News, Tax

Temporary Annual Investment Allowance extended to January 2022

The temporary £1 million increase to the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) has now been extended until 1 January 2022 to ...
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Category: News, Tax

Government outlines new R&D tax relief PAYE cap

New draft legislation has been released by the Government that will look to introduce a PAYE cap on R&D tax ...
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Category: News, Tax

If your business moves goods into Northern Ireland, you need to take two steps urgently to avoid disruption in 2021

With the Brexit transition period ending on 31 December 2020, a raft of new arrangements will come into effect on ...
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Category: Brexit

Complex investigation leads to jail term

A former rail ticket office clerk has been convicted of fraud by abuse of power and sentenced to three years ...
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Category: The Forensic Blog

Temporary Annual Investment Allowance extended to January 2022

The temporary Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) will be extended until 01 January 2022 to “stimulate investment in UK manufacturing”, it ...
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Category: Blog, HMRC, SMEs, SMEs / Business, Tax