MHA MacIntyre Hudson in the News
Our Partners thoughts and business advice are regularly published in national press and specialist sector publications.
Read below our latest collection of published insights:
Roofing Today - Government Goes Back on VAT Reverse Charge Date
THE VAT Reverse Charge scheme for construction companies, due to be introduced from 1 October 2019, will now be postponed for a year, until 1 October 2020, HMRC has announced.
Accountancy Daily - U-turn on start date for construction industry reverse charge VAT
HMRC has bowed to pressure and has announced a one-year delay to 2020 to the introduction of reverse charge VAT in the construction sector, due to be implemented next month, after industry bodies and accounting specialists highlighted concerns about lack of preparation and the impact on businesses.
Accountancy Daily - MHA MacIntyre Hudson picks up pieces at property developer
Joint administrators have been appointed to handle the collapsed Inspired Asset Management Ltd and Inspired Developments (London) Plc, two property companies which failed following the jailing of their chief executive for driving and drug offences.
Building - Stay of execution: What does the delay to the reverse charge VAT regime mean for construction?
The threat of a 20% cut to the cash flow of 150,000 businesses has receded after a delay, but the danger to firms remains
Read the full article here or contact the contributing VAT Director, Glyn Edwards
Credit Stratergy - MHA MacIntyre Hudson administrators appointed to property firm Inspired
MHA MacIntyre Hudson administrators Mick Sanders and Georgina Eason have been appointed by court order as joint administrators of property development firm Inspired.
Accountancy Daily - People in the news
MHA MacIntyre Hudson has appointed Richard Maitland as a partner in its human capital advisory team. With 18 years’ experience, he will lead all client work related to employment tax, in addition to spearheading the firm’s national minimum wage consulting proposition. Previously he was at KPMG where he was a director in people services for over eight years. His other experience includes roles at PwC, also in the human resources service line.
AM Online - Road to Zero or the road to nowhere? A guest opinion
In the second of our series of updates on the taxation of electric vehicles (EV) from MHA MacIntyre Hudson, leading advisers to the UK Motor Sector, Nigel Morris, employment tax director considers how wider regulation impacts tax policy and further influences the aim to increase the use of low emission vehicles.