The government has recently revised its roll-out of the “Making Tax Digital” system. Now only VAT-registered practices will be required to keep digital records from April 2019, and only for VAT purposes.
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(Time to read: 3 minutes) By Russell Finn April saw accountants throughout the country wishing everyone a happy new tax year! But what do the tax changes mean to staff in GP practices? We take a look. Income tax and National Insurance Income tax changes in England and Wales include the standard increase in the
NHS regulators have back-tracked on a controversial tax rule that led to many doctors cancelling locum shifts. Under the rules, adopted in April, all locums were treated as employees and had tax and national insurance deducted at source. The NHS said it had to adopt the policy to comply with the IR35 tax rules –
At the first mention of the word tax, most people will immediately click onto another page. But please stick with us on this one as it’s important – and it could save you from a nasty and unexpected tax bill! In April 2017 some substantial changes are to be made to the IR35 tax legislation.