Cross-party opposition to extending time limits in ‘offshore matters’

It is not often that amendments to the annual Finance Bill make headline news, and rarer still that they are forced on the Government by cross-party groups of MPs. In the past week, the Bill was... Read more

There’s No Time Like the Present To Get Prepared for Making Tax Digital (MTD)

Making Tax Digital (MTD) will become effective from 1 April 2019. It’s a government initiative that requires businesses with an annual turnover above the VAT threshold (£85k) to submit their... Read more

The Finance Bill: here we go again!

Mark McLaughlin highlights some important provisions in the latest Finance Bill and notes some other measures still to come. Read more

Courts and Tribunals: September 2018

Class 1A NIC: repaid private fuel constituted a benefit for company fuel card holders Extended periods of time allowed for a company’s fuel card holders to provide details to the company of their... Read more

The Busy Practitioner: Pay up …sooner!

The government has made no secret of its approach that ‘sooner is better’ when it comes to tax receipts into the Exchequer. In particular, legislation is to be introduced (in Finance Act 2019)... Read more

One Month in a Minute: September 2018

PERSONAL TAXATION ATT update on SA filing exclusions and ‘specials’ The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has published an article, to follow up on a ‘Talking Points’ webinar from HMRC in... Read more

Tax Planning for Farm & Land Diversification

The publication of the fifth edition of Tax Planning for Farm & Land Diversification is extremely timely as the farming world approaches the uncertainties of Brexit and pure farming profits continue... Read more

Successor company could only claim trading losses sustained by predecessor’s business after the succession

When a company purchased the share capital of another company in which losses had been incurred, ICTA 1988, s 343(3) provided that the purchasing company was only entitled to set those losses against... Read more

There is no need for an Employment Status

I recently attended an ICAEW Tax Faculty debate on 'Employment Status – what’s the answer'. As I listened to the debate, I began to wonder whether in fact there ought to be an answer. Read more

Status quo?

Kate, Upcraft, one of the contributors to our Payroll Management Manual takes a look at the recent rash of employment status cases and what the future might hold Read more

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