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HM Revenue & Customs 16h
If your payment falls on the Bank Holiday, you may receive your payment earlier.
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HM Revenue & Customs 17h
Our Preparing for webinar provides an overview of everything UK businesses need to know about importing and exporting after 31 October. Sign up for one of our sessions and make sure you’re prepared
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HM Revenue & Customs 17h
The off-payroll working rules are changing from April 2020. We have published new guides to help employers, contractors and agents understand what the changes mean for them
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Making a payment is quick and easy through your Business Account. Sign in today
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HM Revenue & Customs 23h
IMPORTANT: We will never ask for personal/payment information by text or email. Report scams
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Department of Health and Social Care Aug 22
The rights of the 169,000 currently working in health and social care remain unchanged. Watch Giuseppe from share his experience of the EU Settlement Scheme application 👇 Apply online👉 |
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DCMS Aug 22
Prepare your organisation or charity for Brexit by using our guidance if you receive personal data from the EU
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HM Revenue & Customs Aug 22
May to July Making Tax Digital VAT returns need to be sent to HMRC by 7 September. For more details visit
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HM Revenue & Customs Aug 22
Leaving on 31 October: UK self-employed workers who work in the EU will need to take action. If you’re a self-employed worker, find out about what you need to do
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HM Revenue & Customs Aug 22
, you can introduce KS2 students to the tax system with Junior Tax Facts - our simple, free learning resource
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HM Revenue & Customs Aug 21
Leaving on 31 October: UK employers will need to take action if they send workers to the EU. If you’re an employer, find out more about what you need to do
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HM Revenue & Customs Aug 21
If your Child Benefit payment falls on the Bank Holiday, you may receive your payment earlier.
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HM Revenue & Customs Aug 21
Is your teenager continuing in approved full time education? Complete the form we sent you by 31 August to continue your Child Benefit payments. If you’ve lost the form, you can use your Personal Tax Account to make your declaration
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HM Treasury Aug 21
We’re helping businesses get ready for Brexit by automatically allocating them trading numbers. Getting an EORI number is the first step in the process of getting ready for trading with the EU after Brexit. Find out more about what to do next here:
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FSB Aug 20
"Automatically issuing EORI numbers to all VAT-registered small firms that trade exclusively with the EU is a vital intervention in preparing small traders for a no deal Brexit" - on today's Government announcement:
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Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Govt Aug 20
We’ve announced an extra £9m to ensure local areas are ready for
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HM Revenue & Customs Aug 21
Replying to @HMRCgovuk
3/3 We strongly recommend that all other businesses that trade with the EU act now and first get a UK EORI number. More information here:
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HM Revenue & Customs Aug 21
Replying to @HMRCgovuk
2/3 Approximately 88,700 businesses will be automatically assigned a UK EORI number. We are writing to those businesses to let them know the UK EORI number they have been assigned and the next steps they need to take to be fully prepared
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HM Revenue & Customs Aug 21
1/3 We are auto-enrolling all possible VAT-registered businesses who trade with the EU for a UK EORI number. This is one of a number of ways we are helping businesses get it right for
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HM Revenue & Customs Aug 20
Leaving on 31 October: UK employers will need to take action if they send workers to the EU. If you’re an employer, find out more about what you need to do
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