May 2018 Archive

A call for the 2019 Loan Charge to be amended

The Early Day Motion states “this House expresses its concern at the 2019 Loan Charge;.....notes that HMRC are aggressively pursuing individuals through Advanced Payment Notices with no independent right of appeal; further believes that the Charge is likely to cause financial distress and bankruptcies, impeding HMRC's ability to recover these tax liabilities and causing a devastating impact on people; believes that retrospectively taxing something that was technically allowed at the time, is unfair; ....

GDPR for schools: Roundtable discussion with the ICO

Victoria Cetinkaya, a Senior Policy Officer from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) responsible for policy and engagement with the education sector and a number of local Independent Schools recently attended a roundtable discussion held at Wright Hassall offices in Leamington Spa. The agenda was the upcoming data protection changes coming into effect on 25 May 2018 – the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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