News

With the accountancy world constantly evolving it can be a challenge for practitioners to stay up-to-date with the latest news and insight on all they need to know to ensure they deliver a first-rate service to their customers. In addition to it’s CPD programme, in-person seminars and social channels, the CPAA news pages are a great way to digest relevant news content, find out more about legislative updates, review budgetary announcements and gain insight into some valuable in-depth feature articles.

Check out the more recent posts below or view our archive features by month via the right-hand column.

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A backwards glance at the Budget

14 December 2018

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Cut to tax relief on homes

02 December 2018

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Tax Implications of Electric Vehicles

03 November 2018

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The end to austerity takes shape

30 October 2018

Delivered on a Monday afternoon instead of the traditional Wednesday, between key meetings in the Brexit negotiations and amidst turbulent times in Westminster, you could be forgiven for losing track of the 2018 Budget.

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Your time-saving Making Tax Digital software is here

26 October 2018

This article is brought to you by BTCSoftware and contains promotional material.

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The Brave New World of Open Banking

28 September 2018

Welcome to an era where everything we once knew about the handling of data has changed. In one corner we have GDPR, which gives the individual more control over the security and privacy of their data, and in the other corner we have Open Banking, which allows individuals to easily share their banking information and give others greater freedom to access their finances. This is a brave new world for data, set to impact on both practitioners and their clients.

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Deal or no deal? An Autumn update on Brexit

07 September 2018

All things Brexit have dominated the news for over a couple of years and, as we head into the final six months ahead of the UK leaving the European Union, the proposals and debates have gathered pace significantly. This summer we learned of the Chequers blueprint, as well as contingency plans for a potential no deal with the EU, and this autumn the negotiations start in earnest.

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MTD Update

17 August 2018

Engaging with the digital world Whether we like it or not, we live in a digital age. We’re much more likely to book our holidays online than to visit a travel agent, and we can find reviews and opinions of our chosen resort at the click of a mouse. As the high street banks continue to close their branches more of us turn to online banking, and we can choose when we want to watch our favourite TV programmes rather than arranging our time around broadcast times.

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Tax implications of electric vehicles

16 July 2018

The Government’s policy concerning electric vehicles appears confused and sometimes contradictory. In this article we set out the facts employers and accountants need to know.

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The new HMRC Agent Services Account

04 June 2018

This article is based on the information available at the time of writing, but the reader should be aware that HMRC’s plans for the implementation of Making Tax Digital are subject to change. HMRC has limited resources, and the changes in our taxation system as a result of Brexit means that those resources may need to be redirected.

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