Due to popular demand we have added an extra Seminars which will take place on Tuesday 30 July at Mid Devon District Council offices and 27 August at RAF Club London VAT and CIS: the Reverse Charge on construction services for Local Authorities, their companies, joint ventures and social enterprises On 1 October 2019, there will be […]
In a major boost to public sector collaborations, the Treasury has proposed changes to the way NHS bodies and government departments (“GDs”) recover their VAT costs. If the changes are implemented, they will remove a major obstacle to collaboration and partnership arrangements between local, police and fire authorities and the NHS and GDs. The activities […]
PSTAX and CRS VAT Consulting are delighted to announce the 2018 Blue Light Collaboration Tax Seminars Because of the Policing and Crime Act 2017, the police, fire and rescue, and emergency ambulance services now have a duty to collaborate. Already, there are many examples of collaboration, which include: – Co-location for command and control, […]
Further to the success of our seminars in November, PSTAX and Wilkins Kennedy are pleased to invite you to a new seminar on the taxation implications of local authority housing companies and other alternative delivery models (“ADMs”).
HMRC published updated guidance on Corporate Criminal Offence in October 2017. The legislation is within the Criminal Finances Act 2017. The potential risk of the Corporate Criminal Offence affecting a local or fire authority is one that cannot be overlooked and is an important aspect to consider as part of Tax Strategy procedures. […]
The VAT treatment of licences to occupy land is often difficult, and isn’t helped by an inconsistent approach from HMRC and the guidance it publishes. This technical briefing looks at the ramifications of the latest Tribunal case on the subject – Blue Chip. The VAT rules on licences to occupy apply across all sectors; […]
PSTAX and Wilkins Kennedy are pleased to invite you to a seminar on the taxation implications of local authority housing companies and other alternative delivery models (“ADMs”).