George Osborne recently expressed shock when he discovered that Britain’s wealthiest citizens are not paying their fair share of income tax.
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Contractor accountants may be interested to learn that a plumber from the West Midlands was recently sentenced to 12 months in jail for tax evasion.
It’s Budget week and contractor accountants throughout the country will no doubt wonder if the Chancellor, George Osborne, has any unwelcome surprises up his sleeve.
iXBRL filing has been with us for nearly a year and the majority of contractor accountants say it has caused disruption to their practices.
Accounting software giant Sage recently commissioned research of 372 practice accountants and 305 SME directors to discover their thoughts on online accounting services.
Contractor accountants will be interested to learn that HMRC launched its Electricians Tax Safe Plan last week to enable sparkies who may have been guilty of tax evasion the chance to rectify matters in return for reduced penalties.
Contractor accountants may be interested to learn that HMRC is to target people in the construction trade and those who make revenue from hand-delivered home catalogues in their latest set of campaigns to stamp out tax evasion.
Accountants may be relieved to hear that HMRC has postponed its campaign to check the records of small businesses.
Tech savvy accountants are crying out for iPad business apps, according to recent research from Thomson Reuters Digita.
Contractor accountants might find there is more demand for their services after HMRC announced it intends to target electricians in its latest campaign against tax avoidance.