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HMRC release new 64-8 Agent Authorisation Form

From 31 March 2022, businesses will need to use a new form 64-8 to give authorisation for agents and advisers to deal directly with HMRC on their behalf....Continued

The UK is making VAT digital - MTD reaches its next milestone

Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs’ (HMRC) Making Tax Digital (MTD) initiative reaches its next milestone on April 1 2022, as it is extended to all businesses registered for UK VAT. ...Continued

Five operational UK VAT updates affecting systems, data, processes and controls

There are new UK VAT updates that will affect systems, data, processes and controls....Continued

Around the World in 80 tax changes

Government regulations can be difficult to track and understand during the best of times. The world is changing more rapidly than ever before — and tax legislation is changing with it....Continued

How to Supercharge Growth for Your Fashion Business

In February, The UK eCommerce Association held its annual IMRG conference, the theme this year’s was ‘Predictions for 2022: What are the likely trends for online retail in 2022?’...Continued

How to Win in Retail: 2022 ecommerce tax trends

Avalara’s Ecommerce Tax Trends 2022: A comprehensive look at the latest developments in the ecommerce industry....Continued

UK importers reminded to use correct European country code on customs declarations

HMRC has issued guidance to remind businesses importing goods into the UK that they must use the correct two-digit country code (ISO-2 code)...Continued

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HMRC has issued guidance to remind businesses importing goods into the UK that they must use the correct two-digit country code (ISO-2 code)...Continued

Businesses urged to sign up for Making Tax Digital for VAT before 1 April 2022

HMRC reminds businesses to take steps to prepare for Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTDfV) ahead of the April 1, 2022 deadline when it becomes mandatory for all VAT registered businesses....Continued

UK Postponed Import VAT Accounting

In January 2021, the UK introduced an option for UK VAT registered businesses to defer paying Import VAT when goods are imported into the UK and instead apply a reverse charge in the UK VAT return....Continued