Enews – September 2021

6th September 2021 | News

In this month’s Enews we consider HMRC’s changes to late payment penalties; the consultation on how digital marketplaces should collect and share information; and warnings over stamp duty refund claims.

With guidance on digital tax scams, national minimum wage penalties and the latest advisory fuel rates, there is a lot to update you on.

  • HMRC outlines changes to late payment penalty regime
  • Digital marketplaces to report sellers’ incomes from 2023
  • CIOT warns over stamp duty refund claims
  • Contactless limit to increase to £100 from 15 October
  • HMRC urges taxpayers to stay alert to digital scams
  • BCC calls for government to extend skills training
  • Advisory fuel rates for company cars
  • Employers ‘named and shamed’ for paying less than minimum wage

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