As the Brexit debate becomes intertwined with the current battle for the leadership of the Conservative Party, it seems an opportune moment to outline a myth-busting overview of what Article 24 actually means.
In the report ‘Land for the Many’, commissioned by the Labour party, a number of radical proposals have been made that seek to address wealth inequality in the UK. The proposals are courting some controversy but in contrast, calls for the introduction of a wealth tax, from US billionaires themselves, are gathering momentum in the US. So, can we learn anything from our American cousins and why is a tax on wealth gaining popularity?
We keep a close eye on new tax proposals put forward by the political parties to make sure that they are clear, sensible, workable, fair and transparent. In this blog, we look at two more tax proposals being considered by the Labour Party and we dissect the tax ideas of two surviving candidates for the role of leader of the Conservative party. The results are not flattering.
Can tech save us? Is technology the answer for an industry that needs revival? Find out from an investors point of view why the UK is an open playing field for emerging tech in the food and drink industry.
Last week, HMRC published a new toolkit to help taxpayers and their agents complete IHT forms. While some of the new guidance is useful, the toolkit fails to address how the forms should be interpreted in certain situations.
Consumers new ethical minds set looks like its here to stay. Find out more about the ways in which ‘going green’ is changing the market place and the challenges and opportunities which lie ahead for consumer businesses.
Changes in tax legislation usually take time but an announcement last week that VAT law applying to renewable energy certificates was changing overnight took many by surprise. With the latest tax gap figures due later this week, is this a sign that HMRC is getting smarter at tackling VAT fraud?
A recent report for the Labour Party proposes radical changes in the way land in the UK is used and governed. The explicit aim of the report is to put land ‘at the heart of political debate and discussion’. It proposes radical changes in the way land across the whole of the UK is used and governed. Tax is a significant part of this.
Changes in the reverse charge have been in the pipeline, but HMRC has just provided guidance on how it will work in practice; but the guidance also highlights further changes.