Aga Khan Economic Planning Board
The Economic Planning Board (EPB) is a volunteer organisation under the Ismaili Council for the United Kingdom (UK). It was established to keep the economic status of the Jamat under review. It aims to improve the economic well-being of the Jamat via case management and support in the areas of employment and personal finance. The EPB has also launched a number of business alliances in industries from hospitality to pharmaceuticals.
HM Courts & Tribunal Service has had to pay a £12.5m tax bill to HMRC due to mistakes made when determining the IR35 status of contractors.
In the first in a three-part series, Nick Denning, CEO at Diegesis, looks at the risks faced by company boards, with a particular focus on those confronting CIOs and CTOs who are managing and operating complex enterprise IT systems.
With less than a year to go until the plastic packaging tax is introduced a survey by Veolia found that 83% of businesses asked were not aware of the tax.
HMRC has issued a reminder to families that are eligible for tax-free childcare that they can use the scheme to help with their childcare costs as children go back to school.
Insolvency and restructuring trade body R3 is urging directors of Covid-hit businesses to use the final month of the government’s furlough scheme to plan for the future and address any financial issues they face.
HMRC launched 278 civil investigations into suspected tax evasion during the first 10 months of the Covid-19 pandemic says UHY Hacker Young.
Companies House urges businesses who are due to file accounts by the end of September to do so as soon as possible through its online service.
In our handy guide to tax filing deadlines, we provide an at-a-glance guide to key dates from the deadline for corporation tax second quarterly instalment payment for very large companies and final claims for coronavirus job retention scheme.
As companies move forward post covid, it will be important to consider the make-up of their balance sheet, how it has evolved over the past 12 months and what actions need to be taken to address that imbalance, explains Martin Gray, managing director in the restructuring advisory practice at Kroll.
The UK government has announced new laws to replace EU rules on taxpayer-funded bailouts and business support, launching a subsidy system ministers say will help boost jobs and the economy
HMRC have published a new Policy Paper: Collecting tax debts as we emerge from coronavirus.