Tax-reporting rules due to get simpler

Tax reporting rules for self-employed doctors are due to get simpler after HM Treasury announced reforms to the taxation system.  The new rules aim to make tax reporting easier for self-employed, sole traders and small business and are part of a raft of new tax measures made in the announcement.  Tax preparation specialist David Redfern […]...

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