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04 Oct 2019
HMRC has announced a one-year delay to the introduction of the VAT domestic reverse charge for building and construction services.
The government has initiated a review of the Loan Charge and whether the policy is an appropriate way of dealing with disguised remuneration loan schemes.
The government has launched a consultation on proposals to give senior NHS doctors and nurses access to more flexible pensions.
Rita Crocombe is licensed and regulated by the AAT under licence number 1767. The AAT is recognised by HM Treasury to supervise compliance with the Money Laundering Regulations and RGC Accountancy Services Ltd is supervised by the AAT in this respect
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