HMRC have announced that their plans for Making Tax Digital for Income Tax and Corporation Tax will be delayed due to the need to concentrate their efforts on Brexit.
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HMRC has issued welcome guidance on the tax treatment of cryptocurrencies. The guidance covers digital crypto-assets including, but not limited to, "Exchange tokens" - the best known of which is perhaps Bitcoin but of which there are around 1,500 different types.
HMRC have now confirmed their intention to extend the 30-day payment deadline for Capital Gains Tax (CGT) on residential property sales to UK residents with effect from April 2020.
Relationship breakdowns are stressful – that is not news. This can be for a variety of reasons and every situation is different. Where relationships end, there will commonly be disputes about the division of the finances and about child care arrangements. In Scotland, it is typical for separating couples to try and negotiate an agreement (known as a 'Separation Agreement' or 'Minute of Agreement') which regulates those issues, through the instruction of solicitors.
2018 is over and it was a big one in the world of employment law, where things never seem to stand still. Rather than look back at the year that was, however, more than ever it is important to look to the future and what 2019 could bring.