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- Taxpayers forced to hang on the phone while calling HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) lost the equivalent of £97m last year, a spending watchdog has said. The National Audit Office …Read More »
- International treaty: Mauritius: tax treatiesTax treaties and related documents between the UK and Mauritius.HM Government
- Guidance: UK Trade Tariff: community and common transit outwardsEU customs procedure that allows non-community goods on which duty hasn't been paid to move from one point in the EU to another.HM Government
- Policy paper: Revenue and Customs Brief 9 (2018): VAT - damp proofing productsThis brief clarifies HMRC's policy on the VAT liability of damp proofing products like paints, creams and gels from 1 September 2018.HM Government
- Guidance: 480: Expenses and benefits - a tax guideFind out about tax law relating to expenses payments and benefits received by directors and employees.HM Government
- Notice: VAT Notice 708: buildings and constructionThis notice explains when building work/materials can be zero/reduced rating, when developers are blocked from deducing input tax, the issuing of certificates and time of supply rules.HM Government
- Trump 'ready' to tax all Chinese importsThe US president says he is prepared to slap tariffs on all $500bn of imports from China.
- UK government borrowing at 11-year lowPublic sector borrowing between April and June fell to the lowest level since 2007.
- Trump criticises US central bank's interest rate risesMr Trump says he is "not happy" with rising interest rates which he argues put the US at a disadvantage.
- Two former traders jailed in Euribor rate-rigging caseChristian Bittar and Philippe Moryoussef are jailed for five and eight years respectively for rate-rigging.
- Pound drops below $1.30 as June retail sales fallSterling falls after figures show shoppers shunned stores to focus on the World Cup last month.