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Insider September 20
Video-witnessed wills become legal in England and Wales, Businesses claim late payments crisis deepens during lockdown, Furloughed workers get redundancy pay protection and Firms ‘unable to prepare’ for end of Brexit transition period.

Insider August 20
Capital Gains Tax under review as Treasury considers overhaul, Applications open for second phase of Self-employed income support, Making Tax Digital to apply to all 'VAT-Registered trdaers by 2022/23’ & MPS: Let opted out workers re-enrol back into workplace pensions early.

Insider July 20
In this month's Insider: UK economy slumps into recession after record contraction in April, Builders’ cashflow chaos prompts further reverse charge VAT delay, Government clarifies furlough scheme stance for employers and Self-employed grants ‘are liable for tax and national insurance’

Insider June 20
In this month’s Insider: Relief as Sunak extends furlough scheme until the end of October, Businesses claim billions in state support to ease cashflow fears, Coronavirus impact places the UK Economy into ’Significant Recession’ and HMRC relaxes stance on home office equipment until 2021/22.

Insider May 20
In this month's Insider: tax group wants VAT simplification of food and drink rules, HMRC confirms Sel-Employed can claim support in Mid-May. 340,000 Sign petition to change virus support for the self-employed, 2nd phase of MTD for VAT delayed until 2021.

Insider March 20
Record numbers sent in 2018/19 tax returns through self-assessment, Scotland freezes income tax rates after finance secretary resigns, Rollout of off-payroll rules to the private sector gets the green light and Millions to get a tax cut as national insurance threshold rises to £9,500.

Insider February 20
Thousands file tax returns through self-assessment over Christmas, Employers to pick up the bill for 6.2% National Living Wage Increase? and Christmas fails to prevent retailers from 'Worst year on record'.

Insider January 20
A quarter of small businesses in the UK expect to go bust by 2024, Extension of off-payroll rules into the private sector could face delay, complex taper rules could lead to ‘huge’ tax bills for high earners and Budget set to take place in February once Brexit is resolved.

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