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Welcome to our September Newswire...

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Changes to non-dom rules in the pipeline

As part of a raft of recently launched consultations, the government has unveiled its latest plans for the changes to non-dom status announced by the previous Chancellor in his 2015 Budget.

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Revenue gets tough on salary sacrifice schemes

The previous Chancellor announced at the Budget in March 2016 that the government would consider restricting the range of Benefits in Kind (BiKs) that are exempt from Income Tax and National Insurance.

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Revenue sets out first plans for Making Tax Digital

In August HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) issued the first wave of consultation documents on its Making Tax Digital (MTD) initiative.

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Businesses brush off Brexit fallout

Almost half of Britain’s business owners do not think Brexit will have an impact on their company, according to a new study from delivery service CitySprint.

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More than one in five insolvencies the result of late payments

A new report from insolvency trade body R3 has revealed the damage done to small firms by customers making late payments for goods and services.

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Small businesses face new punitive penalty regime

New rules introduced as part of the government’s Making Tax Digital proposals could see fines for late tax payments triple.

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Reminder: Flat-rate expense agreements

Workers in a number of different sectors are often obliged to spend small amounts each year maintaining or replacing tools and special clothing, which are deemed necessary for them to carry out their employment duties.

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Key Dates

19 September 2016 – Deadline for postal payments remittance of PAYE, NICs and CIS to HMRC.

22 September 2016 – Deadline for electronic remittance of PAYE, NICs and CIS to HMRC.

5 October 2016 – Deadline to notify chargeability and advise HMRC of need to register for Self-Assessment for 2015/16.

Payments of PAYE and NI must reach HMRC by the 19th of the month following the tax month in which the salary payment was made if paying by cheque, or by the 22nd of the month if paying electronically. Please note that if the 19th or 22nd falls on a weekend or bank holiday, payment must reach HMRC on the last working day before the weekend or holiday.