Author: Jaime Thorpe
This year, HMRC decided not to issue late filing penalties for a month in order to help taxpayers who are unable to meet the usual 31st January deadline.
APSCo: ‘The fact that IT vacancies performed so well between the first and second half of 2020 is not only incredibly encouraging, but also a reflection of the times’.
CIPD: ‘While many have hailed the pandemic as a driver for the adoption of flexible working practices, the reality for many is that this is not the case’.
This year HMRC is not issuing late filing penalties for a month to help taxpayers and agents who are unable to meet the deadline.
CIPD: ‘This latest wave of the pandemic shows that UK PLC won’t be operating as business as usual for many months yet, and that businesses need urgent help’.
HMRC: ‘We know the past year has been tough for many businesses and self-employed people, which is why we’re helping them spread the cost of their tax bill into monthly payments’.
HMRC: ‘In what was a very difficult year for many, we are grateful to the 55% of our customers who have already submitted their returns’.
APSCo: ‘The fact that there will no longer be mutual recognition of professional qualifications is likely to impact professionals wanting to work in other EU countries, as they will now have to apply to each member state to have their qualifications recognised’.