"Politicians must not allow our past to delay the future" - President Tony Nicholl at Annual Dinner
Northern Ireland’s Fresh Start Must Focus on Economic Politics
The President of Chartered Accountants Ireland has called on local politicians to ensure that Northern Ireland’s ‘Fresh Start’ does not become a false start.
Speaking to 400 guests at the Chartered Accountants Ireland Annual Dinner at Belfast City Hall tonight (26th November 2015), Tony Nicholl, Chartered Accountants Ireland President said: “The Fresh Start Agreement...
UK Autumn Statement
The UK Government is promising a move to quarterly on-line record keeping for smaller businesses and landlords, and more frequent filing obligations. If delivered, it could have a significant impact on the nature of tax compliance work for our members, in industry and in practice alike. However, HMRC’s track record of delivery on digital services has not been particularly strong...
This week’s tax tidbits
Tax developments of interest this week are outlined below.
The Code of Practice for Revenue Audit and other Compliance Interventions has been updated and the new version, published on the Revenue website, is effective from 20 November 2015. In cases where notice of a compliance intervention had been given but which had not been settled before the 20 November 2015, the...