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Who are the top 1% of income tax payers?

A recent report looking at who pays the most income tax reveals some interesting findings.


A new prime minister, an emergency Budget?

Since taking office on 24 July, the new Prime Minister Boris Johnson has rolled out plans to boost the economy and public spending. But how will he pay for it?


Self-employed hit by self-assessment system error

If you are self-employed, you may find you have been affected by an HMRC system error which could mean a higher tax bill in January.


Getting to grips with the tax gap

HMRC did not collect 5.6% of the tax revenue due for 2017/18 according to its annual report on the tax gap. And the biggest increase in shortfall was from smaller businesses and individuals.


WTS Global Mobility Newsletter - first edition

WTS proudly present you the first edition of their WTS Global Mobility Newsletter! Faced with increasing complexity in managing expatriates’ cross-border taxation, social security, legal and immigration-related matters, this newsletter offers you a brief overview of recent or expected changes in the area of Global Mobility. Country coverage: Austria, Belgium, China, France, the Netherlands, Sweden, UK and a special focus on EU-related topics


Communicating Tax Matters to Your Mobile Employees

US GTN Newsletter - June 2019 Mark Tirpak, Managing Director GTN South, Email: mtirpak@gtn.com


Business rates savings for small retailers

Small retailers in England should now be enjoying 33% off their business rates bills. However, businesses need to check their accounts as some councils are not giving the discount automatically.


Recent HMRC statistics highlight the over-taxation of some pension benefits

Pension flexibility: too taxing for many


Payslips for all

It may have come as a surprise to realise that until this April, not all workers were entitled to a payslip.


Up and running - MTD for VAT is live

After tests, pilots and amid continuing controversy, Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT went live on 1 April.


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