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Why so few married couples fail to claim a handy tax perk

In VAT Lady Blog On November 24, 2016 0 Comments

HMRC is puzzled about why so few married couples bother to claim marriage tax allowance. Less than a quarter of couples claim the allowance, which was introduced in… Read More »

53% increase in HMRC raids in the past 5 years

In VAT Lady Blog On November 10, 2016 0 Comments

Research by the law firm, Pinsent Masons reveals a sinister trend. Apparently HMRC carried out 28% more raids during 2015 than the year before, and 53% more than… Read More »

Making Tax Digital – What it means to you

In VAT Lady Blog On October 27, 2016 0 Comments

HMRC have published a grand total of six consultation documents about their Making Tax Digital initiative. Six? That doesn’t necessarily bode well for business owners who are hoping… Read More »

Shops at risk as HMRC cracks down on cash

In VAT Lady Blog On October 12, 2016 0 Comments

HMRC has always had an uneasy relationship with cash. It’s tricky stuff, hard for the revenue to keep account of and – in the past – a popular… Read More »

More than 50% chance of winning a challenge against HMRC

In VAT Lady Blog On September 28, 2016 0 Comments

It’s great news – apparently challenging HMRC pays off more than half of the time. On the other hand it’s dreadful news because it reveals how HMRC gets… Read More »

HMRC Phone Scandal – If Your Business Did This, You’d Fail!

In VAT Lady Blog On September 14, 2016 0 Comments

It’s already notorious. But is it set to get worse? It looks like HMRC’s call centre waiting times could get even longer thanks to planned staff reductions between… Read More »

HMRC’s online authentication portal plans make waves

In VAT Lady Blog On August 17, 2016 0 Comments

HMRC will be decommissioning their current Gateway portal in 2018. Now it looks like they’ll be creating a brand new online authentication portal capable of dealing with businesses,… Read More »

How will Brexit affect Britain’s VAT system? 

In VAT Lady Blog On July 20, 2016 0 Comments

Darren Mellor-Clark, an indirect tax expert at Pinsent Masons, says the Brexit vote puts, “a question mark over the UK’s VAT system.”  Is he right? The threat of… Read More »

HMRC inspections – Advice for small businesses

In VAT Lady Blog On June 15, 2016 0 Comments

The thought of an HMRC inspection puts the wind up many small business owners. How do you survive one, and what advice do the experts give? 12 steps… Read More »

British ‘Fat Cats’ dodge tax to the tune of 16 billion pounds a year

In VAT Lady Blog On May 18, 2016 0 Comments

Tax evasion or tax avoidance? Evasion is illegal; avoidance isn’t. But it’s a matter of semantics. They both mean the same thing: not paying tax you should pay,… Read More »

Panama Papers – One rule for the rich, another for the rest of us

In VAT Lady Blog On April 20, 2016 0 Comments

The leak of the so-called eleven and a half million ‘Panama papers’ reveals just how far and deep the rot at the core of the planet’s taxation systems… Read More »

Big business VAT fraud crackdowns too expensive for HMRC to handle

In VAT Lady Blog On March 10, 2016 0 Comments

So HMRC is perfectly happy to crack down on individuals over their tax and VAT… but they’d prefer to leave big brands like eBay and Amazon to handle… Read More »

Research Reveals Brits ‘Unconcerned’ About HMRC Phishing Scams

In VAT Lady Blog On January 14, 2016 0 Comments

Apparently 40% of British UK adults who have had spoof phishing emails from mischief makers claiming to be HMRC are ‘unconcerned’ about the risk of losing personal information…. Read More »

Oops, we just lost £20 million! Greed and the not-so-beautiful game

In VAT Lady Blog On December 15, 2015 0 Comments

Perhaps the glitterati of the beautiful game should stick to what they know – a bunch of men running around a muddy field kicking a ball. According to… Read More »

What could HMRC’s re-organisation mean for your small business?

In VAT Lady Blog On November 25, 2015 0 Comments

It means that you cannot obtain information from a knowledgeable human being who can answer a question that you to you is very significant, but in reality is… Read More »

Homeless charity tax disaster  

In VAT Lady Blog On November 12, 2015 0 Comments

When a homeless charity Caritas Anchor House got a VAT bill for a dizzying £1 million, it was absolutely horrified. Now it has handed in a petition to… Read More »

Microbusiness + VAT MOSS = Nightmare

In VAT Lady Blog On October 15, 2015 0 Comments

VAT MOSS means VAT Mini One Stop Shop, the EU’s new digital VAT rules introduced in new year 2015. It says VAT has to be charged on digitally-delivered… Read More »

Government plans to charge for HMRC appeals 

In VAT Lady Blog On September 10, 2015 0 Comments

It looks like you might soon have to pay HMRC if you want to appeal against a decision they’ve made, and the threat is causing ructions in the… Read More »

HMRC’s latest crack-down on company tax avoidance

In VAT Lady Blog On August 13, 2015 0 Comments

HMRC are always cracking down on one thing or another, no surprise since their recent crack-down on companies avoiding tax netted them a whopping £27 billion. This time… Read More »

Is the HMRC email I’ve received actually a scam?

In VAT Lady Blog On July 13, 2015 0 Comments

Mr Spam is a very busy chap indeed. He has poked his sticky little fingers into just about every pie on the planet, and that includes the world’s… Read More »

George Osborne with red despatch box

The 2015 Budget – A bit of light relief

In VAT, VAT Lady Blog On July 9, 2015 0 Comments

Personal Tax At last a bit of light relief for the taxpayer. The rates of tax will not rise during the term of this Government and they have… Read More »

The latest UK VAT news in brief – Change is the norm! 

In VAT Lady Blog On May 14, 2015 0 Comments

As usual there’s a host of news stories about VAT around. Here are just a few of the most interesting and impactful, in brief, in the plainest English… Read More »

The VAT Lady election special – Politicians’ VAT promises

In VAT Lady Blog On April 9, 2015 0 Comments

The UK general election is less than a month away and our politicians are busy jumping on the VAT bandwagon. So what can you expect from the major… Read More »

Innocent until proved guilty? HMRC abolishes Britain’s long-held principle

In VAT Lady Blog On March 12, 2015 0 Comments

Innocent until proved guilty. The principle sits at the heart of the British legal system. It’s something the nation holds dear, something to be proud of in an… Read More »

HMRC’s new IT plans dubbed likely to cause ‘havoc’

In VAT Lady Blog On February 12, 2015 0 Comments

It’s the same old story. It seems like every time the government or public sector go anywhere near an IT project, it falls apart. The public sector is… Read More »

UK private sector and government collaborate to claw back £22.6 billion debt

In VAT Lady Blog On January 15, 2015 0 Comments

The government is collaborating with the private sector to claw back a massive £P22.6 Billion in un-recovered debt. The resulting new organisation, called Integrated Debt Services Limited, is… Read More »

Draconian HMRC tax debt powers revised

In VAT Lady Blog On December 11, 2014 0 Comments

Nobody likes a tax avoider. It’s a dishonourable, greedy and cowardly thing to do. But HMRC’s determination to directly access the bank accounts of people suspected of avoidance… Read More »

The tax man gets nasty – tax prosecutions on the increase

In VAT Lady Blog On November 13, 2014 0 Comments

British personal tax regulations are horribly complex. At the same time HMRC is taking an increasingly aggressive stance to evasion. As a result more people are finding themselves… Read More »

HMRC resorts to psychological ‘nudges’ in preference to threats

In VAT Lady Blog On October 9, 2014 0 Comments

It looks like threats don’t work anywhere near as well as nudges. Apparently HMRC has had the psychologists in, following mounting evidence that it’s possible to encourage people… Read More »

HMRC set to shake up their computerised tax collection system 

In VAT Lady Blog On September 8, 2014 2 Comments

HMRC is due to shake up its IT systems in a move that has MPs seriously worried. The news comes in the wake of a string of super-expensive… Read More »

Welsh tourist sector winter shut down plus ongoing pressure to reduce UK VAT

In VAT Lady Blog On August 14, 2014 0 Comments

They call  it ‘the VAT trap’. And tourist businesses in Wales are taking extreme measures to avoid it. Apparently many Welsh tourist businesses are closing down during the… Read More »

High tech sector VAT hits the news for July 2014

In VAT Lady Blog On July 10, 2014 0 Comments

VAT is in the news again for July 2014 as high tech firms bite the tax bullet. Skype has just become one of the first technology firms to… Read More »

Will VAT cuts boost Scottish tourism?

In VAT Lady Blog On June 23, 2014 0 Comments

Scottish politicians and business leaders are calling for VAT reductions on the tourism sector in a bid to drive investment and increase revenue from tourism, via the CUT… Read More »

Labour Party VAT burden advert fail highlights VAT system complexity

In VAT Lady Blog On June 10, 2014 0 Comments

  For most people, unless you’re an expert like me, VAT is a bugger to understand. But it’s disturbing when a political party, who should surely ‘get’ the… Read More »

HMRC BTE VAT Seminar hints at complexities to come

In VAT Lady Blog On May 8, 2014 1 Comment

HMRC, bless them, are not known for their transparency, simplicity or use of plain English. And the fact that they’re hosting a free seminar about changes to the VAT… Read More »

£15 billion savings in the offing if VAT on home renovations is cut

In VAT Lady Blog On April 10, 2014 0 Comments

Listen up, George Osborne. British business are claiming that 95,000 jobs and £15 billion savings could be created between  2015 and 2020 if VAT is reduced on housing… Read More »

New currency rules – No more VAT on Bitcoins

In VAT Lady Blog On March 27, 2014 0 Comments

Britain is set to remove VAT from the controversial, increasingly popular virtual currency, Bitcoins, just a few days after the first Bitcoin ATM was launched in London. The… Read More »

NEW – VAT reductions on house renovation and repair

In VAT Lady Blog On March 13, 2014 0 Comments

Apparently as many as 95,000 new jobs and as much as £15 billion in savings could be on the table between 2015 and 2020… as long as George… Read More »

Carried Bag VAT ‘green’ argument gets heated

In VAT Lady Blog On February 27, 2014 1 Comment

The treasury is due to get a whooping cash injection with £19 million extra VAT coming in from the long-awaited carrier bag levy. And the pressure’s on as… Read More »

Where do I get help with TOMS?

In VAT Lady Blog On February 13, 2014 0 Comments

What is the Tour Operators Margin Scheme (TOMS) position following the European Court of Justice recent decisions about wholesale supplies and TOMS calculation? I’ve been getting a lot… Read More »

The tax man cometh – Big Brother really is watching you

In VAT Lady Blog On January 23, 2014 0 Comments

In the wake of various scandals about the NSA spying on US citizens, a scandal of our own is brewing as tax inspectors turn to Google for help… Read More »

More VAT fraud uncovered – Is it really worth the risk?

In VAT Lady Blog On January 9, 2014 0 Comments

The penalties for VAT fraud are severe. Even though it’s no joke messing with the VAT man, people are still doing it. They deliberately flout the rules, fully… Read More »

The pros and cons of paperless self-assessment

In VAT Lady Blog On December 19, 2013 0 Comments

After a consultation with HMRC, paperless self-assessment could be on the way. Which is all very well… but unless they simplify the system and make it plainer, will… Read More »

Tax cheats in southern England ‘targeted’ by HMRC

In VAT Lady Blog On December 11, 2013 0 Comments

HMRC has announced that a special taskforce will be focusing its efforts on individual and corporate tax cheats who live in the wealthy south and south east of… Read More »

BRC changes and heavy new penalties bear fruit

In VAT Lady Blog On November 18, 2013 0 Comments

Now and again HMRC gives with one hand and takes away with the other. Apparently if you’re a contractor working under a Limited company, you’re at less risk… Read More »

VAT ‘assurance’ non-payment lands top chef in hot water

In VAT Lady Blog On November 8, 2013 0 Comments

Flout the VAT rules at your peril. The well-known chef and restaurant owner Paul Heathcote MBE has just appeared in court over allegations he got things badly wrong,… Read More »

On your bike – Protests about VAT on bicycle safety lights

In VAT Lady Blog On October 20, 2013 0 Comments

Downing Street’s dedicated online petition system just keeps on giving. This time around it’s all about bicycle safety, with an appeal for VAT on safety lights to be… Read More »

The Big September VAT Rebellion – About Tax Parity Day

In VAT Lady Blog On October 8, 2013 0 Comments

Were you eating out on Wednesday 25th September? If so, you might have enjoyed a pleasant surprise, with pubs and restaurants all over Britain dropping their food prices… Read More »

£48 Million mobile phone VAT scam

In VAT Lady Blog On September 24, 2013 0 Comments

Now that’s what I call a lot of money! A former Glasgow mobile phone dealer has recently been banned from being a company director for 12 years after… Read More »

Alcohol fraud – Is your local pub at risk?

In VAT Lady Blog On September 10, 2013 0 Comments

If HMRC gets their way, your local pub could be forced to check that the source of the drinks they sell is properly registered to sell alcohol to… Read More »

VAT Finance

In VAT Lady Blog On September 5, 2013 0 Comments

I am looking for businesses who are having difficulty with their VAT. Not registered but should be. They should register before they are approached by HMRC to mitigate… Read More »

Inheritance tax – Can you avoid it?

In VAT Lady Blog On August 28, 2013 0 Comments

The government claimed a whopping £3.14 billion in inheritance tax last year, 8% up on the previous year. So can you avoid paying inheritance tax without ending up… Read More »

HMRC launches new student summer job tax process

In VAT Lady Blog On August 10, 2013 0 Comments

HMRC has made a revolutionary move, taxing students directly on their summer job earnings for the first time and also changing the way they calculate the tax students… Read More »

VAT fraud threat to online businesses

In VAT Lady Blog On July 29, 2013 1 Comment

It’s been a long time coming. But if you’re trading online you really need to get your VAT house in order.

Are high levels of HMRC fines down to passive helplessness?

In VAT Lady Blog On July 10, 2013 0 Comments

A survey out last month reveals almost 40% of contractors and freelancers have suffered HRMC penalties. Paraplus found almost four in ten self-employed professionals had been fined for… Read More »

The VAT man cometh: China joins in, Israel ups the rate…

In VAT Lady Blog On June 25, 2013 0 Comments

We’re not the only country with VAT issues. As China releases the latest version of its pilot VAT scheme, there are rumblings of discontent in Israel where the… Read More »

Does HMRC owe you money?

In VAT Lady Blog On June 18, 2013 0 Comments

The cat is out of the bag. HMRC has admitted 3.5 million of us are owed money from tax overpays for the 2012-13 tax year, anywhere between £350… Read More »

Fancy shelling out a tenner a day until 31st July?

In VAT Lady Blog On May 27, 2013 0 Comments

No? Then submit your tax return on time. Tardy taxpayers who haven’t submitted their 2012-13 returns have been clocking up fines at the rate of a tenner a… Read More »

HOW much?! HMRC ‘supercomputer’ costs a massive £45M

In VAT Lady Blog On May 9, 2013 0 Comments

HM Revenue and Customs is closing in on tax evasion. And so far they’ve have been able to extract a whopping £2bn from tax-dodgers through a new ‘super-computer’… Read More »

VAT matters for charities and not-for-profit organisations

In VAT Lady Blog On April 25, 2013 1 Comment

Charities usually follow the same VAT rules as any other organisation. But they can claim various reliefs and exemptions, as long as they qualify.

Smugglers ahoy! Smuggling in 2013 is riskier than ever

In VAT Lady Blog On April 11, 2013 0 Comments

In the olden days smugglers risked a nasty beating, being run through by a sword, thrown into a damp, foetid gaol or hanged. Nowadays smugglers face prosecution… plus… Read More »

Will you save £££ with the flat rate VAT scheme?

In VAT Lady Blog On March 28, 2013 0 Comments

If you run a small business, did you know you might be better off under the flat rate VAT registration scheme? It can reduce your VAT burden dramatically… Read More »

Second homes – HMRC targets Capital Gains Tax dodgers

In VAT Lady Blog On March 14, 2013 0 Comments

Are you lucky enough to own a second home here or abroad? If you’ve sold it under the radar and didn’t take UK Capital Gains Tax into account,… Read More »

DIY versus expert support? Do the VAT quiz and see

In VAT Lady Blog On February 28, 2013 0 Comments

Should you handle your own VAT or get an expert on the case? There’s no sure-fire answer but there are some common sense questions to answer that’ll help you identify… Read More »

The annual VAT scheme – Perfect for seasonal businesses

In VAT Lady Blog On February 14, 2013 0 Comments

Plenty of businesses in Brighton and Hove are seasonal, ebbing and flowing with the tide of summer visitors, the conference season and our annual influx of foreign students…. Read More »

Is it worth keeping your self-employed presence alive?

In VAT Lady Blog On January 31, 2013 0 Comments

Times are still hard. The worldwide recession rumbles on. Some businesses that have survived so far, against the odds, are finally crumbling under the pressure. And a proportion… Read More »

How to make income tax self-assessment less painful next time!

In VAT Lady Blog On January 24, 2013 0 Comments

It’s that time of year again, when millions of self-employed people are faced with shelling out their half-yearly income tax payments. Paying is painful enough but if you’re… Read More »

Are contracts worth the paper that they are written on?

In VAT Lady Blog On December 7, 2012 0 Comments

I am amazed that people do not take into consideration the VAT that you are going to charge on your sales or pay on purchases when negotiating with… Read More »

Beating the VAT procrastination blues!

In VAT Lady Blog On October 5, 2012 0 Comments

Most of us tend to think procrastination is simply down to laziness and poor time management. But researchers have found that it’s actually fuelled by weakness in the… Read More »

Why accountants should seek expert advice on VAT & Customs whenever necessary

In VAT Lady Blog On September 25, 2012 0 Comments

VAT & Customs is typically assumed to be the sole province of highly-paid specialists rather than those of us who manage our clients’ day-to-day accounts. It’s not altogether… Read More »

Ten Tips to Save Money on your Business Travel

In VAT Lady Blog On September 14, 2012 0 Comments

Save money and doing business abroad, be it travelling, importing or exporting, you will run into a variety of different taxes, but also many opportunities to save money…. Read More »

Know your stuff – Essential VAT and Import Tax Workshops

In VAT Lady Blog On August 20, 2012 0 Comments

VAT can be horribly complicated. But it’s really important to know your stuff. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a one man band, small business or larger organisation. If… Read More »

VAT – Alterations to Listed Buildings

In VAT Lady Blog On August 15, 2012 0 Comments

Alterations to Listed Buildings The law pre budget March 2012 Zero-rating applies to approved alterations to a listed building The zero-rating applies to buildings used as a dwelling, … Read More »

HMRC 2010/11 Self Assessment Penalties

In VAT Lady Blog On August 14, 2012 0 Comments

HMRC to issued Penalty Notices for non submission of 2010/ 2011 Self Assessment Returns Around half a million people who still haven’t sent their 2010/11 tax returns to… Read More »

HMRC, commercial sports leagues and VAT on football pitch hire

In VAT Lady Blog On August 9, 2012 0 Comments

At the same time as Team GB is enjoying its share of Olympic glory, British five-a-side football teams are facing VAT demands for pitch hire in a controversial… Read More »

The Right To a refund of VAT Paid

In VAT Lady Blog On July 24, 2012 0 Comments

The Right To a Refund of VAT Paid This statement was issued by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) The deduction of VAT cannot be refused, in principle,… Read More »

5 Reasons Why Personal Development Makes Good Business Sense

In VAT Lady Blog On July 23, 2012 0 Comments

Training is about personal development at grass roots level, whether you’re learning how to cope with your own VAT returns or want to do a hair-raising bungee jump… Read More »

Tax on home rentals for London 2012

In VAT Lady Blog On July 9, 2012 0 Comments

Are you thinking about cashing in on the boom in demand for rentals over the Olympics? If so, don’t forget to check whether you need to declare the… Read More »

The Banking Sh*t Hits the Fan Yet Again With a Small Business Scandal

In VAT Lady Blog On June 29, 2012 0 Comments

The Barclays bank scandal has taken up miles of column inches this week, but it has also been revealed that a handful of Britain’s biggest high street banks… Read More »

Simplified Import and Export paperwork between Croatia and the EU

In VAT Lady Blog On June 29, 2012 0 Comments

Simplified Import and Export paperwork between Croatia and the UK Croatia will join the Common Transit Convention from 1 July 2012. Under the Common Transit Convention goods can… Read More »

New Real Time PAYE Reporting Made ‘As Easy As Possible’

In VAT Lady Blog On June 18, 2012 0 Comments

HMRC has published a consultation document about how to make real-time PAYE reporting “as easy as possible” for employers, in a move that’ll also prevent employers from deliberately… Read More »

The Pasty Tax is scrapped

In VAT Lady Blog On May 29, 2012 0 Comments

The Pasty Tax THE SALE OF FOOD AND DRINK The Law:  All the law is to be found in the VAT Act 1994 which states the supplies of… Read More »

Road Fuel Scale Charges, changing UK law to comply with EU law

In VAT Lady Blog On April 27, 2012 0 Comments

Road Fuel Scale Charges, changing UK law to comply with EU law and streamlining the scheme   How the Government intends to correct the position and improve the… Read More »

Plumber Jailed for Tax Fraud

In VAT Lady Blog On March 28, 2012 0 Comments

Plumber Jailed for Tax Fraud West Midlands plumber David Williams, 53, was today jailed for 12 months for evading £91,000 of income tax and national insurance during 10… Read More »

Change to Intratat submission deadline

In VAT Lady Blog On March 20, 2012 0 Comments

Change to the monthly deadline for submitting Intrastat declarations From 1 April 2012, Intrastat declarations must be submitted by the 21st day of the month. This means that… Read More »

HMRC changes re Caravan Sites and Holiday Homes

In VAT Lady Blog On February 29, 2012 0 Comments

Caravan & Holiday Site Owners New HMRC guidance with effect from 1 March 2012 ‘What is the liability of a caravan pitch? Pitch fees or rents received for… Read More »

VAT Alert – Intrastat Submissions

In VAT Lady Blog On February 23, 2012 0 Comments

VAT Alert !!!   Intrastats If you submit Supplementary Declarations, your data for the January 2012 period is due by 29 February 2012. Financial penalties can be incurred if… Read More »

France VAT rate rise to 21.2%

In VAT Lady Blog On January 30, 2012 0 Comments

France to raise VAT rate in 2012 The standard French VAT rate will increase from 19.6% to 21.2% – a 1.6% rise.  There will be no change in the… Read More »

UK taken to Court by the EU over repaying taxes because of their mistakes

In VAT Lady Blog On January 27, 2012 0 Comments

Taxation: Commission refers the United Kingdom to the Court of Justice for abolishing the “remedy for repayment of taxes paid in mistake of law” Brussels, 26 January 2012… Read More »

Scottish Independence

In VAT Lady Blog On January 10, 2012 0 Comments

David Cameron has stated that if Scotland gains independence then the currency will not be sterling but the Euro. The upshot of this is that Scotland will have… Read More »

Overseas shopping limits

In VAT Lady Blog On December 22, 2011 0 Comments

Overseas shopping limits Travel – Purchases from non –EU countries Arriving in the UK by: Commercial sea or air transport from a non-EU country, you can bring in… Read More »

E-markeplaces, Buying and Selling Goods Online

In VAT Lady Blog On November 30, 2011 0 Comments

E-markeplaces, Buying and Selling Goods Online Fraud A 40 year old man has been jailed for attempting to evade over £420,000 of Value Added Tax (VAT) due on… Read More »

When is a book not a book?

In VAT Lady Blog On November 21, 2011 0 Comments

HMRC recently lost a court case in relation to the definition of a “book”.  The production of which can be classified as zero rated. In this instance is… Read More »

Know your overseas shopping limits this Christmas

In VAT Lady Blog On November 11, 2011 0 Comments

Know your overseas shopping limits this Christmas From HM Revenue & Customs Don’t get hit by unexpected charges when you are shopping for Christmas bargains this year, If… Read More »

Taxman urges employers to ditch ‘A N Other’ and Mr & Mrs ‘Smith’

In VAT Lady Blog On October 17, 2011 0 Comments

Taxman urges employers to ditch ‘A N Other’ Employers are being urged to get their PAYE paperwork in order, after more than 500 returns incorrectly claimed to employ… Read More »

SME Funding- Scam Warning

In VAT Lady Blog On September 20, 2011 0 Comments

European Commission Notification SME Funding – Scam Warning If you receive an e-mail/letter which claims to be a notice of a decision “by the board of trustees of… Read More »

Revenue reminder on new Self Assessment Tax Return penalties

In VAT Lady Blog On September 15, 2011 0 Comments

From HM Revenue & Customs: Revenue reminder on new tax return penalties HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is reminding individuals and businesses about new Self Assessment penalties for… Read More »

VAT cheats have until 30 September to come clean

In VAT Lady Blog On September 15, 2011 0 Comments

From HM Revenue & Customs: VAT cheats have until 30 September to come clean VAT rule-breakers have until 30 September to register to pay what they owe under… Read More »

“VAT cheats” targeted in crackdown by HMRC

In VAT Lady Blog On August 30, 2011 0 Comments

As part of the “VAT Initiative” campaign launched at the beginning of July aimed at VAT rule-breakers, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) will be sending approximately 40,000 letters… Read More »

The VAT Lady

In VAT Lady Blog On August 23, 2011 Comments Off on The VAT Lady

Friendly, expert VAT and Customs training Are you an expert in every aspect of VAT, customs, tax and book keeping? Probably not! If you’re like most small and… Read More »