A welcome relief to many tax specialists on reading the Taylor Review was the extent to which it sought to address the issue of tax as well working rights.
Last week’s launch of the Tesla 3 has been heralded as the start of the mass production of electric vehicles.
Napoleon was supposed to have said that England was a nation of shopkeepers, but would it still be true today? The latest PAYE statistics offer some clues.
It has long been understood that rental properties are generally treated as investment assets. Qualifying furnished holiday lettings, however, benefit from some tax advantages by being treated as a trade for income and capital gains tax purposes by virtue of specific legislation.
A report released this week by Oxera warns that new post-Brexit customs arrangements could disrupt supply chains, bring gridlock to south east England, and cost the UK a ‘conservative’ £1bn a year. So how real is the threat?
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has recently set out its latest annual analysis of pension scheme valuations and recovery plans.
George Bull comments on recent developments regarding the future relationship between workers, employers and the State.
A tribunal case to determine whether a group of siblings were domiciled or non-domiciled for tax purposes had to look over the life of the claimants’ grandfather from his birth in 1930. Of particular interest was a ‘farewell party’ held in 1951 before the grandfather moved to Brazil. Could this help establish an intention to live overseas indefinitely or permanently?
In its July 2017 Fiscal Risks Report, the Office for Budget Responsibility identifies specific shocks or pressures that could result in the UK’s public finances not meeting forecasts, or which could threaten fiscal sustainability over the longer term. We’ve analysed the tax issues identified in the report and find that Brexit is not the only threat to tax revenues.