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New research suggests that UK small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are spending an average of more than four hours a week completing administrative and finance-related tasks – and losing approximately £8.72billion every year as a result.

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HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has hailed its new personal tax accounts (PTAs) ‘a success’, after data revealed that more 7.4 million taxpayers had signed up for its digital accounts by the end of 2016.



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The European Courts are considering a move to lower the threshold in which businesses must report country-by-country revenues, it has emerged.

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New research suggests that investigations into unpaid Capital Gains Tax (CGT) managed to raise an additional £140million for HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) over the course of the last financial year.

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Around four pubs close their doors every day in the face of rising business rates, a new study has revealed.

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The in-house charity of accountancy firm Moore Thompson has donated nearly £1,500 to Lincolnshire’s voluntary emergency care service, LIVES, following a year of fundraising.

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A new study suggests that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) enquiries are taking longer to close – and that taxpayers had to wait an average of 60 days (or 24 per cent) longer for the Revenue to complete investigations last year.


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One of the East of England’s leading accountancy firms, Moore Thompson, has shared its expertise with local businesses at the latest Peterborough Biscuit Business Event.



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Important changes to the tax treatment of non-domiciled (non-dom) individuals in the UK are due to take effect from the beginning of April – and those who believe they might be affected are strongly urged to seek advice.



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Fraudsters are continuing to target taxpayers with fake HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) emails in an effort to steal private and confident information.
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