A critical review of how the government taxes child benefits has raised a major question mark over HMRC’s approach to collecting payments. … More Can the child benefit charge be fixed?
Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT has been in place for three years, but this first phase excluded voluntarily registered businesses beneath the registration threshold. From 1 April 2022, all VAT-registered businesses must implement MTD regardless of turnover. … More The next step for Making Tax Digital￼￼￼
Around three quarters of those students who started full-time undergraduate degrees in 2020/21 are not expected to fully repay their student loans. However, changes starting with the 2023 student cohort will see many paying more, and over half of new student loans are likely to be repaid in full. … More Student loan rule changes from 2023
Prior to the March Spring Statement, most self-employed individuals were facing increased national insurance contribution (NIC) bills this year. However, those with profits up to and just over £28,000 will now see a fall in the amount they pay compared to last year. What’s more, low earners can benefit from deemed contributions. … More NICs boost for the self-employed