New VAT penalty regime and other VAT news

New HMRC one-stop online shop provides taxpayers with tax relief information

HMRC has launched a new one-stop online shop designed to provide taxpayers with information on the tax reliefs and financial help available from HMRC.

In a new section of the GOV.UK website, HMRC has listed financial support available to ensure individuals are not missing out. There is guidance on relief for childcare and work-related expenses, as well as information about savings and getting help if you cannot pay your tax bill.

The shop is designed to make it easier than ever for taxpayers to claim the benefits, credits and allowances they are entitled to. HMRC has provided online guidance and tools to permit people to check if they are eligible for each relief.

Myrtle Lloyd, Director General for Customer Services at HMRC, said:

'We understand these are very difficult times for many so it's vitally important we continue to highlight the range of support available.

'We'd encourage those who think they may be eligible for support to take a look and claim what they're entitled to – it could make an important difference to household budgets at a time when it's needed the most.'

Internet link: GOV.UK

1.25% increase to NIC and dividend tax rates 

New HMRC one-stop online shop provides taxpayers with tax relief information

HMRC has launched a new one-stop online shop designed to provide taxpayers with information on the tax reliefs and financial help available from HMRC.

In a new section of the GOV.UK website, HMRC has listed financial support available to ensure individuals are not missing out. There is guidance on relief for childcare and work-related expenses, as well as information about savings and getting help if you cannot pay your tax bill.

The shop is designed to make it easier than ever for taxpayers to claim the benefits, credits and allowances they are entitled to. HMRC has provided online guidance and tools to permit people to check if they are eligible for each relief.

Myrtle Lloyd, Director General for Customer Services at HMRC, said:

'We understand these are very difficult times for many so it's vitally important we continue to highlight the range of support available.

'We'd encourage those who think they may be eligible for support to take a look and claim what they're entitled to – it could make an important difference to household budgets at a time when it's needed the most.'

Internet link: GOV.UK

Budget 2021

New HMRC one-stop online shop provides taxpayers with tax relief information

HMRC has launched a new one-stop online shop designed to provide taxpayers with information on the tax reliefs and financial help available from HMRC.

In a new section of the GOV.UK website, HMRC has listed financial support available to ensure individuals are not missing out. There is guidance on relief for childcare and work-related expenses, as well as information about savings and getting help if you cannot pay your tax bill.

The shop is designed to make it easier than ever for taxpayers to claim the benefits, credits and allowances they are entitled to. HMRC has provided online guidance and tools to permit people to check if they are eligible for each relief.

Myrtle Lloyd, Director General for Customer Services at HMRC, said:

'We understand these are very difficult times for many so it's vitally important we continue to highlight the range of support available.

'We'd encourage those who think they may be eligible for support to take a look and claim what they're entitled to – it could make an important difference to household budgets at a time when it's needed the most.'

Internet link: GOV.UK

COVID-19 Update 3

New HMRC one-stop online shop provides taxpayers with tax relief information

HMRC has launched a new one-stop online shop designed to provide taxpayers with information on the tax reliefs and financial help available from HMRC.

In a new section of the GOV.UK website, HMRC has listed financial support available to ensure individuals are not missing out. There is guidance on relief for childcare and work-related expenses, as well as information about savings and getting help if you cannot pay your tax bill.

The shop is designed to make it easier than ever for taxpayers to claim the benefits, credits and allowances they are entitled to. HMRC has provided online guidance and tools to permit people to check if they are eligible for each relief.

Myrtle Lloyd, Director General for Customer Services at HMRC, said:

'We understand these are very difficult times for many so it's vitally important we continue to highlight the range of support available.

'We'd encourage those who think they may be eligible for support to take a look and claim what they're entitled to – it could make an important difference to household budgets at a time when it's needed the most.'

Internet link: GOV.UK

Update on Government schemes in response to COVID-19

New HMRC one-stop online shop provides taxpayers with tax relief information

HMRC has launched a new one-stop online shop designed to provide taxpayers with information on the tax reliefs and financial help available from HMRC.

In a new section of the GOV.UK website, HMRC has listed financial support available to ensure individuals are not missing out. There is guidance on relief for childcare and work-related expenses, as well as information about savings and getting help if you cannot pay your tax bill.

The shop is designed to make it easier than ever for taxpayers to claim the benefits, credits and allowances they are entitled to. HMRC has provided online guidance and tools to permit people to check if they are eligible for each relief.

Myrtle Lloyd, Director General for Customer Services at HMRC, said:

'We understand these are very difficult times for many so it's vitally important we continue to highlight the range of support available.

'We'd encourage those who think they may be eligible for support to take a look and claim what they're entitled to – it could make an important difference to household budgets at a time when it's needed the most.'

Internet link: GOV.UK

COVID-19 Government schemes to help

New HMRC one-stop online shop provides taxpayers with tax relief information

HMRC has launched a new one-stop online shop designed to provide taxpayers with information on the tax reliefs and financial help available from HMRC.

In a new section of the GOV.UK website, HMRC has listed financial support available to ensure individuals are not missing out. There is guidance on relief for childcare and work-related expenses, as well as information about savings and getting help if you cannot pay your tax bill.

The shop is designed to make it easier than ever for taxpayers to claim the benefits, credits and allowances they are entitled to. HMRC has provided online guidance and tools to permit people to check if they are eligible for each relief.

Myrtle Lloyd, Director General for Customer Services at HMRC, said:

'We understand these are very difficult times for many so it's vitally important we continue to highlight the range of support available.

'We'd encourage those who think they may be eligible for support to take a look and claim what they're entitled to – it could make an important difference to household budgets at a time when it's needed the most.'

Internet link: GOV.UK

Dividend 2017/18 and 2018/19

New HMRC one-stop online shop provides taxpayers with tax relief information

HMRC has launched a new one-stop online shop designed to provide taxpayers with information on the tax reliefs and financial help available from HMRC.

In a new section of the GOV.UK website, HMRC has listed financial support available to ensure individuals are not missing out. There is guidance on relief for childcare and work-related expenses, as well as information about savings and getting help if you cannot pay your tax bill.

The shop is designed to make it easier than ever for taxpayers to claim the benefits, credits and allowances they are entitled to. HMRC has provided online guidance and tools to permit people to check if they are eligible for each relief.

Myrtle Lloyd, Director General for Customer Services at HMRC, said:

'We understand these are very difficult times for many so it's vitally important we continue to highlight the range of support available.

'We'd encourage those who think they may be eligible for support to take a look and claim what they're entitled to – it could make an important difference to household budgets at a time when it's needed the most.'

Internet link: GOV.UK

Autumn Budget 2017

New HMRC one-stop online shop provides taxpayers with tax relief information

HMRC has launched a new one-stop online shop designed to provide taxpayers with information on the tax reliefs and financial help available from HMRC.

In a new section of the GOV.UK website, HMRC has listed financial support available to ensure individuals are not missing out. There is guidance on relief for childcare and work-related expenses, as well as information about savings and getting help if you cannot pay your tax bill.

The shop is designed to make it easier than ever for taxpayers to claim the benefits, credits and allowances they are entitled to. HMRC has provided online guidance and tools to permit people to check if they are eligible for each relief.

Myrtle Lloyd, Director General for Customer Services at HMRC, said:

'We understand these are very difficult times for many so it's vitally important we continue to highlight the range of support available.

'We'd encourage those who think they may be eligible for support to take a look and claim what they're entitled to – it could make an important difference to household budgets at a time when it's needed the most.'

Internet link: GOV.UK

Changes to flat-rate VAT in more detail with examples

New HMRC one-stop online shop provides taxpayers with tax relief information

HMRC has launched a new one-stop online shop designed to provide taxpayers with information on the tax reliefs and financial help available from HMRC.

In a new section of the GOV.UK website, HMRC has listed financial support available to ensure individuals are not missing out. There is guidance on relief for childcare and work-related expenses, as well as information about savings and getting help if you cannot pay your tax bill.

The shop is designed to make it easier than ever for taxpayers to claim the benefits, credits and allowances they are entitled to. HMRC has provided online guidance and tools to permit people to check if they are eligible for each relief.

Myrtle Lloyd, Director General for Customer Services at HMRC, said:

'We understand these are very difficult times for many so it's vitally important we continue to highlight the range of support available.

'We'd encourage those who think they may be eligible for support to take a look and claim what they're entitled to – it could make an important difference to household budgets at a time when it's needed the most.'

Internet link: GOV.UK

Autumn Statement 2016

New HMRC one-stop online shop provides taxpayers with tax relief information

HMRC has launched a new one-stop online shop designed to provide taxpayers with information on the tax reliefs and financial help available from HMRC.

In a new section of the GOV.UK website, HMRC has listed financial support available to ensure individuals are not missing out. There is guidance on relief for childcare and work-related expenses, as well as information about savings and getting help if you cannot pay your tax bill.

The shop is designed to make it easier than ever for taxpayers to claim the benefits, credits and allowances they are entitled to. HMRC has provided online guidance and tools to permit people to check if they are eligible for each relief.

Myrtle Lloyd, Director General for Customer Services at HMRC, said:

'We understand these are very difficult times for many so it's vitally important we continue to highlight the range of support available.

'We'd encourage those who think they may be eligible for support to take a look and claim what they're entitled to – it could make an important difference to household budgets at a time when it's needed the most.'

Internet link: GOV.UK