If this makes tax too taxing, tough.
The government’s Making Tax Digital plans are to go ahead, despite calls from opposition MPs to delay its rollout. Speaking in Parliament, Mel Stride, the Financial Secretary to the Treasury, made a clear declaration about the importance of this legislation:Read More »
The meme ban and link tax are back on the table again.
Controversial new copyright laws proposed by the EU edged closer to reality this week, having been thus far delayed by disagreements between various stakeholders. Up until now, France and Germany had been at an impasse in regarding some of the conditions of the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (the EU Copyright Directive to its friends), but a compromise between the two nations has now been reached, opening the way for the next stage of negotiations. And right at the heart of the discussions will be Article 11 and Article 13 – sections of the proposed legislation that have elicited uproar from major web companies and web creatives alike.Read More »
The face of tax is changing. Under the Making Tax Digital programme, the government is aiming to drag the UK’s tax system into the modern age, making it more effective, more efficient and easier to use. The full transformation is expected to happen before 2020, but there are some important deadlines for businesses before that date – one of which is coming in April 2019.