Tax Blog 2017-09-08T10:16:30+00:00

Taxation News; What’s New This Week?

What’s New This Week in the Tax Advice World – w/c 2nd July 2018 Another scorcher, but no rest for our tax consultation teams. Here’s this week’s round up of [...]

6 July 2018|

PROJECT BLUE – Supreme Court decision

SDLT tax avoidance: Taxpayer left feeling the blues Overview Project Blue Ltd v HMRC – a representative case for sub-sale avoidance schemes - has been decided in favour of HMRC. [...]

29 June 2018|

IHT Business Property Relief: Taking aim at AIM

IHT Business Property Relief: Taking aim at AIM Introduction I noted with interest last week that the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) has called for shares issued by Companies on [...]

22 June 2018|

Mind the tax gap…

Mind the tax gap Introduction – tax gap Jostling for attention with the start of the World Cup was the publication of HMRC’s report on the tax gap. Indeed, this [...]

14 June 2018|

The tax name and shame game

Tax name and shame game In his 19th-century heyday, Phineas T Barnum was renowned as a showman, promoter, serial entrepreneur and even a politician. Even though he died more than [...]

8 June 2018|

2019 Loan Charge and Parliament: Retro-spectacle

2019 Loan Charge and Parliament: Retro-spectacle The question of whether something might be fair or not is usually highly subjective. There is, of course, an old cliché suggesting that anything’s [...]

17 May 2018|

Capital Gains Manual Cryptocurrency Update

HMRC have updated their CGT manuals providing an update to their understanding of cryptocurrency and block-chain technology, with clarity in determining how capital gains from cryptocurrency are computed and the [...]

1 May 2018|

HMRC and Technology: Hector goes AI

HMRC and technology Introduction Cast your mind back, dear reader, to a time not so long ago when marketing seemed more gentle and the notion of digital taxation extended only [...]

27 March 2018|