HMRC undertook a scheduled maintenance to it’s digital services in order to deliver a number of iterative enhancements to the functionality of the Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT service. HMRC have issued an update ‘Unfortunately, following successful delivery of this functionality over the weekend, an issue has been identified which is impacting the ability Read more about VAT MTD Service is currently unavailable[…]
If you deferred your VAT payments due between 20 March and 30 June 2020 and still have payments to make, they should pay by 31 March if you can. If you cannot afford to pay by 31 March this year, you can now join the online VAT deferral new payment scheme to spread the payment. Read more about VAT deferral[…]
Here are some of the key points from the budget of 3 March 2021: Furlough and Self-employed grant extended until September. Universal Credit uplift of £20 to be extended for a further 6 months. Incentive payments of £3,000 for all new hires of any age. Business rates holiday will be extended until June. National insurance, Read more about Main points from the budget (3 March 2021)[…]
If you deferred paying VAT due in the period from 20 March to 30 June 2020, you should pay it by 31 March 2021 if you can. If you can’t afford to pay by 31 March 2021, you can join the VAT deferral new payment scheme and pay your deferred VAT over a longer period. The online service will open Read more about VAT deferral new payment scheme – join from 23 February[…]
From January 1st 2021 When the UK left the EU, new rules came into effect that change how goods sold to and received will be treated. Although many overseas sellers joined Making Tax Digital for VAT in October 2019, the change to import VAT rules may affect further businesses selling to UK customers. March 31st Read more about Key upcoming dates Making Tax Digital for VAT[…]
The government has extended the temporary reduced rate of VAT (5%) to tourist attractions and goods and services supplied by the hospitality sector. This relief came into effect on 15 July 2020 and will now end on 31 March 2021 across the UK.
For those that have deferred VAT payments, the Government has given businesses the option to pay back in instalments. Rather than a lump sum payment in March, you can pay 11 smaller interest free payments, and this is extended up to 31 March 2022.
From 1 April 2022 all VAT registered businesses must follow the new rules regardless of turnover. If you’re a VAT registered business with a taxable turnover above £85,000, you must follow the rules for Making Tax Digital for VAT unless: your business uses the VAT GIANT service – HMRC will contact you to tell you when the deadline Read more about Making Tax Digital for VAT as a business or sole trader[…]
Other new measures announced Today the Chancellor announced VAT cuts on food, accommodation, eat in or hot takeaways, cinemas, zoos and theme parks. From 15 July until 12 January 2021, the UK government will cut VAT from 20% to 5% on any eat-in or hot takeaway food and drinks from restaurants, cafes and pubs, excluding Read more about VAT cuts on food, accommodation, eat in or hot takeaways, cinemas, zoos and theme parks[…]
With the next VAT deadline date of 7 May fast approaching, we wanted to send a reminder of the process for those who wish to utilise the VAT payment deferral announced by the Chancellor in March. There’s no need to apply for a deferral BUT: You are still required to file a return through the Read more about VAT Payment deferal[…]