Making Tax Digital (MTD) for income tax self assessment (ITSA) is still scheduled to start in April 2023 despite apparent delays to the layering of the regulations and expansion of the pilot.
Uncertainty has grown because of lack of communication from HMRC and the suggestion of other possible changes such as changing the end of the tax year and developments, such as changes to basis period rules and earlier payment, that may emerge from the Tax Administration Framework Review. ICAEW's Tax Faculty continues to be involved in regular discussions with HMRC about MTD ITSA policy concerns and implementation in practice.
In this webinar Anita Monteith and Caroline Miskin will cover the latest version of the rules in detail and explain where we are with the development of the policy and pilot, and what taxpayers and agents can do to prepare.
Anita Monteith: Anita is ICAEW's Tax Technical lead and senior policy adviser and has particular interest in tax matters affecting SMEs. She is closely involved with online filing developments in tax, including the government's proposals for Making Tax Digital.Seconded to the Treasury Select Committee in 2011, Anita then continued as a special adviser to that committee working with it on a number of projects for several years. She has a particular interest in the taxation of work and in 2014 was seconded to the House of Lords Select Committee on Personal Service Companies.
She is a qualified Chartered Accountant and Tax Adviser and a past chairman of the ICAEW Tax Faculty.
Anita is a regular speaker and chairperson at conferences, appears frequently on television and radio talking about tax, and is a regular on Radio 4's Moneybox.
Caroline Miskin: Caroline is ICAEW's Tax Practitioner Support Manager. Her particular areas of interest are HMRC services to agents, Making Tax Digital, Private Client tax matters and personal tax as it affects those on low incomes.
Caroline previously worked at TaxAid, the charity that gives free tax advice to those on low incomes, latterly as Technical Director. She continues to volunteer for TaxAid.
Caroline has also worked at the other end of the size scale, for ExxonMobil UK, where she advised on Corporation Tax and employee matters including expatriate taxation, becoming a Chartered Tax Adviser during this period.
Caroline started her career as a trainee Chartered Accountant in a small firm in Dublin and remains a member of Chartered Accountants Ireland.
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