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Late payment of corporation tax – new draft penalties
https://www.barnesroffe.com/resources/topical-tips/late-payment-of-corporation-tax-new-draft-penalties/
Hitherto, although the 2009 Finance Act contained provision for penalties to be applied in cases of late payment of corporation tax, those provisions were never implemented.  There are already penalties for the late filing of the corporation tax return itself, however, generally the filing due ...
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ARE YOU REALLY CYBER AWARE?
https://www.barnesroffe.com/resources/seminars/are-you-really-cyber-aware/

We are delighted to be joined by Sam Oliver from Cybsafe and Steve Medley & Melissa Brown from Barclays who will be sharing valuable insights on this topic with us.
With cyber fraud continuing to dominate the headlines, it is more important than ever to be vigilant and do everything po...
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Property - Tax Strategies for Investors
https://www.barnesroffe.com/resources/seminars/property-tax-strategies-for-investors/
With the Treasury seemingly at war with private landlords, the incentives to review structures are high indeed. However, with the wrong advice or poor implementation it is possible to make matters worse.
Whether you are planning for income, capital gains or thinking about inheritance tax, the...
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Rental Income Reporting
https://www.barnesroffe.com/rental-income-reporting/
There have been a number of changes to the reporting of rental income over the last few years and this blog covers some of the less advertised ones in more detail.
The Cash Basis?
The cash basis allows you to account for income and expenditure when money is received or paid out and not the date...
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Late payment of corporation tax – draft new penalties!
https://www.barnesroffe.com/late-payment-of-corporation-tax-draft-new-penalties/
The draft Finance Bill 2019 includes provision for HMRC to apply penalties for the late payment of corporation tax. 
Hitherto, although the 2009 Finance Act contained provision for penalties to be applied in cases of late payment of corporation tax, those provisions were never implemented.  T...
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HMRC malicious websites
https://www.barnesroffe.com/hmrc-malicious-websites/
Be Aware – HMRC have reported that during the past year they have removed over 20,000 websites set up by potential online fraudsters, a rise of about 30% over the previous year. This amount is only likely to increase as the number of smartphones and tablets being used also increases.
HMRC advise ...
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HMRC Fraud
https://www.barnesroffe.com/hmrc-fraud/
The perils of fraud continue, especially online and telephone attacks pretending to be HM Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”).  The following is a true story from a client of mine from last week:
 
 “Today I received a disturbing recorded message phone call saying that a law suit was to be ...
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No parking on private land?
https://www.barnesroffe.com/no-parking-on-private-land/
Have you been hit by the issue of a parking penalty that you perceive to be unfair?  If so – appeal – it has been reported that more than a third of penalties are withdrawn by operators as soon as an appeal is made.  the law states that a ten-minute grace period is meant to be given b...
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With this ring I thee claim a Marriage Allowance
https://www.barnesroffe.com/with-this-ring-i-thee-claim-a-marriage-allowance/
The Government has recently reported that out of the four million married civil partnered couples, about a million have not yet claimed their marriage allowance which can be worth up to £238 per year. If one of the couple is a non-taxpayer up to £1,190 of their personal allowance (currently £...
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VAT registered? Are you unwittingly partially exempt? Be careful
https://www.barnesroffe.com/vat-registered-are-you-unwittingly-partially-exempt-be-careful/
If you are a VAT registered business, you are most likely making taxable supplies and charging VAT at the standard reduced or zero rate and reclaiming the VAT incurred on your expenditure.
If you are making only exempt supplies, such that you cannot charge VAT, incurred VAT cannot be reclaimed...
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