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Brexit tax, commercial vehicles and off payroll working

Settled Status’ for EU citizens The government recently announced a new ‘settled status’ for EU citizens post-Brexit. According to the Home Office, settled status will be available for all EU nationals who have lived in the UK for five years prior to 31stDecember 2020. The Home Office has placed the emphasis of applying for settled […]

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Ghosts in the machine

We are going to spend some time now with a phenomenon that seems to be back in big numbers. It is one of the other main problems running across my desk this month. Did you know there are still huge amounts of professional drivers still not registered with the HMRC? I thought we had put […]

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The Changing Face of Private Hire

As I prepare this article, my office is also preparing for the annual PHTM exhibition, and I am reminded about the changes that I have seen as an exhibitor, over the last twenty years. From being surrounded in the early days by chammy leathers and circuit radio sellers to being flanked by tech companies. In […]

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Brexit tax, commercial vehicles and off payroll working

Settled Status’ for EU citizens The government recently announced a new ‘settled status’ for EU citizens post-Brexit. According to the Home Office, settled status will be available for all EU nationals who have lived in the UK for five years prior to 31stDecember 2020. The Home Office has placed the emphasis of applying for settled […]

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“Cos now GDPR is cleaning out ma closet”… apologies to Eminem

Its not even spring anymore and yet I am enjoying a proper spring clean. I have written in my last few blogs about The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) coming to get they are coming. Well now that they are here, I had forgotten the that as well as all the work that we business […]

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Open banking, MTD and The Personal Tax Account – what does 2018 have in store for us?

Open Banking A quiet little deadline passed in January with the introduction of open banking. It is a series of new rules meaning that banks must let you share your financial info with other authorised providers. It was originally called for by financial industry watchdogs and its proper name is ‘The Second Payment Services Directive’ […]

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I’m Ubercus

Not a London Cabbie Writes: I’m Ubercus. Uber is a taxi service according to European law. A landmark case settled recently that is setting the bar for those companies waiting in the wings to take their disruptive technology crown.This could be the first of the big gig economy legislations that will impact on us all. […]

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