COVID 19 VAT Cuts & Hospitality The Chancellor has announced that the 5% reduced rate of VAT will temporarily apply to certain services provided by the hospitality sector, from next 
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VAT e-books – changes are not the end of the story yet Yesterday the government trumpeted the news that they are ‘fast-tracking’ the VAT changes to e-publications by introducing VAT 
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The Tour Operators Margin Scheme (TOMS) What is the TOMS regime? TOMS is a mandatory VAT accounting measure that applies to any supplier who buys in and resells designated travel 
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Brexit + EU VAT Claims… The Need for Speed Tax is, of course, one of those areas, for which Brexit (in whatever form it takes) could have a significant impact. 
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September 2018 brought ETC’s latest Seminar ‘Doing Business Internationally and Expanding Overseas’ to the Guildhall in Stockport. Our speakers this time were Sharon Collier (Associate Director) and Melanie Lord our 
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VAT and a No Deal Brexit HMRC have published a notice setting out the implications for VAT rules for goods and services traded between the UK and the EU in 
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Doing business overseas: what are the tax issues for SMEs and entrepreneurs? Expanding overseas is high on many of our clients’ agendas… International business is no longer solely the territory 
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Doing Business Internationally and Expanding Overseas – CPD Available by Enterprise Tax Consultants DATE AND TIME – Thursday 27 September 2018 – @ – 15:30 – 18:00 BST Cost – 
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Building in your garden and tax Garden Grabbing in 2018 & Capital Gains Tax on Self Build Property; Taxation FAQs regards Gardens & Residential Developments The price of residential development 
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What’s New in tax circles This Week? – w/c 13th August 2018 Here’s this week’s round-up: Advising a client on the tax treatment of acquired goodwill held by an LLP. 
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