Social Housing Newsletter
Welcome to the Autumn edition of KPMG’s social housing newsletter. Housing currently has a high political profile. Government initiatives that make the front pages can also have a direct impact on finance teams. We look at the tax considerations around Help to Buy and Affordable Rent to Buy, and explore some of the ways in which housing associations are managing welfare reform as well as sharing our insights on other hot sector issues facing finance teams.
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The bond reflects the wider move by RPs to diversify their funding sources.
This round-up looks at the March 2013 LGPS valuation, the impact of FRS 102 on pension accounting and SHPS strategy.
Our recent series of housing forums provided an opportunity to discuss key risks and to share ideas, good practice and success stories.
Have you fully thought through the tax treatment of Help to Buy? We also take an early look at Affordable Rent to Buy.
You need to understand the tax consequences of energy efficiency works, so that you do not incur unexpected tax costs or miss an opportunity to reduce the cost of the works.
We look at topical payroll tax issues including responsibility for PAYE and NIC on board member payments, and holiday pay.
This article reviews a sample of self-assessments. Do they satisfy the regulatory requirements? Do they help the Providers understand their current position and plan next steps?
The draft SORP is due later this year. This article looks at key areas under consideration.
I hope you find this useful. Do please contact me of one of the team for help or advice on any of these matters.
UK Head of Social Housing
0118 964 2238
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