MHA MacIntyre Hudson in the News

1st Aug 2019

Our Partners thoughts and business advice are regularly published in national press and specialist sector publications. 

Read below our latest collection of published insights:

What Investment Online - VAT return software problems and how to tackle them 

Businesses, the self-employed and individuals with VAT return software problems could apply to HMRC for exemption, but it won’t be easy.

Read the full article here or contact the contributing Partner, Alison Horner

Manufacturing Management Online - Manufacturing PMI hits five-and-a-half-year low

The IHS Markit/CIPS Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) fell to its lowest point since February 2013 in June, as the sector continues to unwind from its pre-Brexit stockpiling earlier in the year.

Read the full article here or contact the contributing Partner, Atul Kariya

BBC News - Construction unease is 'filtering down'

Brendan Sharkey, head of construction and real estate at MHA MacIntyre Hudson, has commented on the construction PMI figures.

Read the full article here or contact the contributing Partner, Brendan Sharkey

24 Housing Online - Social house building programme could stave off economic downturn

Construction sector survey outlines No Deal fears with social house building pitched as a priority for the new PM.

Read the full article here or contact the contributing Partner, Brendan Sharkey

City A.M. - FTSE 250 miner Ferrexpo appoints new auditor after Deloitte quit over charity probe

Ferrexpo has appointed a new auditor to check its books months after Deloitte quit over alleged wrongdoing.

Read the full article here

REUTERS - Ferrexpo names MHA MacIntyre Hudson auditor

Iron ore miner Ferrexpo plc (FXPO.L) said on Wednesday it appointed MHA MacIntyre Hudson, the UK member of Baker Tilly International, as its auditor for the current financial year.

Read the full article here

Civil Society - Charity tax experts fear VAT ruling could cost sector ‘millions’ 

Experts have warned that a recent court ruling could force charities to pay millions of pounds more a year in tax if it leads to change in approach from HMRC.

Read the full article here or contact the contributing Partner, Sudhir Singh

City A.M. - IR35: ‘Damaging’ tax changes set to hit self-employed workers

Self-employed workers face paying controversial new taxes from next year as part of a measure that is set to rake in more than £3bn for the taxman.

Read the full article here or contact the contributing Employment Tax Director, Nigel Morris

Personnel Today - IR35: HMRC publishes private sector tax rules

Organisations have just nine months to prepare for changes to off-payroll working rules, which are being extended to the private and third sectors, with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) publishing draft legislation today.

Read the full article here or contact the contributing Employment Tax Director, Nigel Morris

Accountancy Daily - Treasury plans one-year tax break for zero-emission company cars

The government plans to remove company car tax for newly registered zero emission models for one year from 2020 to offset the impact of the Worldwide harmonised Light vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP).

Read the full article here or contact the contributing Employment Tax Director, Nigel Morris

Economia - The march of the robots

The emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning – effectively the use of technology to automate processes and make decisions on the back of experience and data – promises, or threatens, depending on your view, the biggest upheaval in the world of work since the arrival of the internet.

Read the full article here or contact the contributing Partner, Andrew Moyser

Manufacturing Management - Manufacturers’ Profitability Puzzle

Developing and implementing strategies to maximise profitability is a fundamental challenge facing manufacturers. To crack this puzzle companies must carefully plan their strategy and application of resources to identify what investments will have the most impact.

Read the full article here or contact the contributing Audit & Accounts Director, Guy Hodgkinson

Farming UK - Majority of farmers remain optimistic about future

A new survey shows that farmers' optimism levels are continuing to remain high in spite of political uncertainty.

Read the full article here

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