Hallidays welcome you to 2018 with their January newswire to keep you up to date with the latest business and tax tips.
This month examines some important changes that HMRC have made to the way they accept tax payments, including that they no longer accept payment by credit card.
Find out what other updates have been included this month.
Proposals to extend pensions auto enrolment to younger workers
The government has announced proposals to extend pensions auto enrolment to include younger workers and to amend the way in which contributions are calculated.
Paying HMRC? Not at the post office or by credit card
With many individuals having tax payments to make at the end of this month it is important to be aware that HMRC have announced that they will no longer accept payments made at the Post Office or by credit card.
HMRC warning about iTunes gift card scam
HMRC are urging people to stay safe from a phone scam that is conning elderly and vulnerable people out of thousands of pounds.
Scottish Draft Budget
Finance Secretary Derek Mackay delivered the 2018/19 Scottish Draft Budget on Thursday 14 December 2017 setting out the Scottish government’s financial and tax plans.
Land and Buildings Transaction Tax and First-Time Buyer Relief
The Scottish government announced that they will introduce a new Land and Buildings Transaction Tax relief for first-time buyers.
Welsh Land Transaction Tax
The Welsh Parliament have announced changes to proposed rates and bands for Land Transaction Tax which is to be introduced in Wales from 1 April 2017.