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Fiscalisation a can of worms

In the Mid-Term Fiscal Policy Review Statement, the Minister of Finance and Economic Development Patrick Chinamasa announced the deadline for the extension of the Fiscalisation Programme to Value Added Tax (VAT) registered operators in categories ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘D’ to the 1st January 2017. 314 more words

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VAT and affiliation fees for sports clubs – Notice 701/45

HMRC has given notice of the withdrawal of its extra statutory concession (ESC) on VAT and affiliation fees for sports clubs, currently published as paragraph 3.6.2 of VAT Notice 701/45. 229 more words

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Tax-Deductible Professional Bodies and Societies

An updated list of professional bodies, and learned societies, whose subscriptions HMRC has approved for tax deduction has been published.
But for tax deduction the subscription has to be necessary or helpful to a taxpayer doing their work and paid for by them. 44 more words

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VAT Ganern!?

There has been a lot of confusion among entrepreneurs, business managers and self-employed professionals with regard to the value-added tax (VAT). As Philippine-based income-earners on the “ 2,403 more words

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World's Best-Ever Receipt and a Serious Lesson about Tax Visibility

I don’t often use the literary tactic of referring to something as the “best-ever.” Indeed, the only time that phrase appeared in the title of a column was back in 2014 when… 696 more words

Taxation

Ireland and Brexit

The Central Statistical Office (CSO) in Ireland has published a paper “Brexit: Ireland and the UK in numbers”. A special concern for Ireland is the impact on customs duties, VAT and other tax revenues and what happens to the free-movement Ireland-UK border, which is decades older that the EU’s. 76 more words

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Corruption

After notebandi corruption might have reduced but it would take decades to vanish corruption from India. Tweet us about news on corruption.  Share with us if you are comming across corruption issues. 47 more words