Ellie MacKenzie

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What now for buy-to-let landlords? by Mark McLaughlin

Mark McLaughlin looks at the prospects for buy-to-let residential landlords following the recent High Court refusal of a judicial review application by a group of landlords in respect of the... Read more

Mark McLaughlin on Entrepreneurs’ relief: the ‘right’ asset disposal?

Mark McLaughlin looks at a recent tribunal case on a particular type of business asset disposal for capital gains tax entrepreneurs’ relief purposes. Read more

Dave Wright our Publisher on the Finance Act 2016 and what it means for us

The Finance Bill 2016 was given Royal Assent on 15 September 2016, so becomes the Finance Act 2016. Read more

Robert Maas looks at Non-resident trading in, and developing, UK land for resale

The draft legislation announced in the 2016 Budget to tax non-residents who trade in UK land or who develop UK land for resale has now been legislated in the Finance Act 2016. Read more

All change for company accounts by Steve Collings

It should come as no surprise to practitioners and company directors that the landscape for financial reporting is currently going through a significant change. Read more

Maria Kitt on Research and Development Tax Reliefs

One of our very own and esteemed authors, Maria Kitt appeared on Taxtv last month discussing her book and her subject area Research and Development Tax Reliefs. A lot of people have been saying this... Read more

Our new online service and welcome to David Calver

With digital being at the very forefront of our everyday lives, we thought it was time that we updated our online service offering. Read more

IHT planning: more disclosures by Mark McLaughin

Following a recently issued consultation document from HMRC, Mark McLaughlin looks at the a potential increase in workload for those involved with IHT planning. Read more

Digital Tax Accounts – a step in the right direction? By Harriet Sim

Harriet Sim considers how digital tax accounts will affect her clients and her work as a tax agent. Read more

HMRC discovery assessment – is it valid? By Mark McLaughlin

The power of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to make discovery assessments is a powerful one. It broadly enables HMRC to (among other things) assess additional tax resulting from tax return errors, if... Read more

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