SME Tax News

In Petrol Service Limited v HMRC [2018] TC06907 the FTT found that 'self employed' consultancy fees paid to the company’s directors were taxable employment income in respect of their directorships.

In Michael John Febrey v HMRC [2018] TC6897 a director was lucky to avoid a reg 72 determination making him personally liable for unpaid PAYE. The FTT found that accounting entries for a salary paid before a company went into liquidation were not actual paid earnings.

The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) have published “Tecnhology Review: a vision for tax simplicity”, to consider how to use technology to achieve a simpler and better “user experience” without taking away taxpayer understanding and responsibility for their tax affairs.

HMRC have announced the opening of a new Profit Diversion Compliance facility to allow large international groups using arrangements targeted by Diverted Profits Tax (DPT) to bring their UK tax affairs up to date.


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In UBI Ltd v HMRC [2018] TC06771, the FTT agreed that a company with a poor compliance record was reasonably required to provide HMRC with security for PAYE liabilities. It failed to keep to a time to pay agreement.