Penalties for deliberately withholding information

Following my previous article (penalties for failure to file returns on time, Sch 24, Finance Act 2021), I now look at the next set of penalties in Finance Act 2021.Schedule 25, Finance Act 2021... Read more

The tax reliefs and implications of giving gifts at Christmas

‘Tis the season of goodwill to all, and at LWA we’re giving you all the information you need on the tax benefits and implications that apply to giving gifts to your employees and to your family over... Read more

New Penalty Regime - Overview

The new penalty regime replaces instant late filing penalties and aligns the VAT and income tax penalty regimes. The legislation allows HMRC to issue penalty points if returns are submitted late.... Read more

A Summary of the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget

On Wednesday 27th October 2021, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced the autumn Budget with the overall theme of delivering “a stronger economy for the British people”. LWA’s Corporate & Personal... Read more

Removing barriers - disability and the tax system

As the Paralympic Games conclude with team GB winning more medals than any nation but China, Robin Williamson reflects on steps taken by legislators over the past three decades to level the playing... Read more

A new tax basis for business – it may be simpler but it should not be rushed

Robin Williamson discusses an important consultation published on L Day Read more

Overpayment relief - late claims

Overpayment relief is a claim to be made if a taxpayer realises they have overpaid their tax. The time limit for claiming overpayment relief is four years from the end of the tax year to which the... Read more

Fifth and final sef-employed income support grant to be paid from late July

Please see our blog below for details of claiming the last Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) grant which covers the period from May 2021 to September 2021 and will be claimable from late... Read more

Financial institution notices and the removal of taxpayer safeguards

As is well known, Schedule 36 of Finance Act 2008 gives HMRC extensive powers of information-gathering, search and inspection in order to check a taxpayer’s tax position or (following FA 2021) to... Read more

Tax-free Childcare Account subsidies to help cover summer camp costs

Working parents wondering how to juggle childcare as the school summer holidays approach will be pleased to learn about increased subsidies by the Government as part of the new Tax-free Childcare... Read more

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