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Latest tactics used by HMRC to seek out tax avoidance

Latest tactics used by HMRC to seek out tax avoidance
H.M. Revenue & Customers are increasingly sending out offices into the field to conduct undercover tests on taxpayers who they suspect are not declaring all on their income. They are targeting this approach particularly at cash traders such as public houses, restaurants, street food businesses, hairdressers and market stalls.
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HMRC target tax evasion in the catering sector

HMRC target tax evasion in the catering sector
We have it on good authority that HMRC is focusing a campaign on restaurants, takeaways and street food businesses with a number of taskforces concentrating on this sector. HMRC have successfully used taskforces in the past to collect tax from the building sector and public houses.
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Incorporation

Advantages and Disadvantages of Incorporation
An in-depth analysis
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Tax on Tips

Tax on Tips
The catering sector can sometimes benefit from tips received from customers and unfortunately there are some tricky tax rules which must be applied to any tips or gratuities received.
 
Tax is payable on income from employment and unfortunately HMRC consider tips to be income from employment.

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Submit your VAT Returns electronically - MTD

Submit your VAT Returns electronically - MTD
From April 2019 all businesses with a turnover above the VAT threshold of £85,000 will need to send their VAT returns to HM Revenue & Customs in digital format.
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