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As you will now know, the government announced a major revision to the MTD timetable. Digital record-keeping and reporting are to be voluntary for smaller businesses and compulsory reporting is deferred to April 2019 for VAT and April 2020 at the earliest for other taxes. From 1 April 2019, businesses with taxable turnover over the VAT threshold – currently, £85,000 – will have to keep their VAT records digitally and submit VAT returns digitally to HMRC.
Greaves West & Ayre introduces a new service – Probate and Estate Administration
Christmas Greetings and a Festive Warning. As we approach the end of another year we would like to wish all of our clients, employees and friends a very Happy Christmas.
The draft Scottish Budget was announced on 14 December by finance secretary Derek Mackay. This is the most significant Scottish draft budget to date with the finance secretary announcing that the Scottish Government will exercise Scotland’s income tax raising powers to make changes to the rates and bands applying to the Scottish rate of income tax.
Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered the autumn budget on 22 November 2017. This is the first budget in a new annual tax policymaking cycle, where tax announcements are made more in advance than the previous spring budgets.