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The CIOT, LITRG and ATT have responded to the Treasury Committee’s wide-ranging Inquiry into VAT and its Sub-Committee’s Inquiry into The conduct of tax enquiries and the resolution of tax disputes. In addition to our written responses we have also given oral evidence to the Committees

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Following a number of issues with the Trust Registration Service (TRS) in 2016-17, where are we for 2017-18 registrations?

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1 August 2018

At the time of writing (early July), there is only one new development to report on the MTD front since our update piece in June’s Technical Newsdesk: the draft legislation to deal with penalties for failing to make returns, penalties for late payment, and the way that interest is charged and repaid for VAT was published on 6 July 2018.

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1 August 2018

This month, in our series of articles about the CIOT technical sub-committees, Richard Wild outlines the work of the joint CIOT and ATT Working Together Sub-committee.

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1 July 2018

Some technical points relating to rates of tax and interactions with allowances

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1 July 2018

The Work and Pensions Committee has now published its report on Universal Credit (UC) and self-employment making a number of recommendations that echo those made by LITRG in our October 2017 report and in written and oral evidence to the Committee.

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1 July 2018

HMRC have advised us that the long-awaited update to VAT Notice 700/9: Transfer of business as a going concern is to be published shortly and have given us the opportunity to provide comment on the final draft.

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1 July 2018

A joint survey of members has provided valuable insight for the ATT and CIOT responses to the call for evidence on the design of the VAT threshold.

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The ATT, CIOT and LITRG each separately responded to the government’s employment status consultation and urged the government to undertake a broader debate on the taxation of employment.

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The ATT and CIOT have responded to an HMRC consultation on the requirement for individuals and trustees to make a payment on account of CGT on the disposal of a residential property. The payment on account, together with a payment on account return, will be required within 30 days of completion.