The CIOT has responded to the Civil Justice Council’s (CJC) interim report on the future role of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in civil justice, focusing specifically on how ADR is used in resolving tax disputes by agreement between HMRC and taxpayers. We also sent a copy of our response to HMRC.
The CIOT has responded to HMRC’s recent consultation document which considered how their Business Risk Review (BRR) approach can be improved so it can continue to support a shift in large business tax compliance behaviours and provide greater clarity and confidence for large businesses.
HMRC consults on how to transpose a recent EU VAT Directive on VAT and vouchers into UK law. HMRC also wishes to be alerted to any issues that the new rules may present and whether greater clarity is required in some areas.
The CIOT, ATT and LITRG will be meeting HM Treasury officials to discuss the call for evidence on rent-a-room relief. To help inform our response to government we would welcome input from members with experience of the scheme.