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HMRC targets offshore tax evaders

09 September 2015

HMRC is pressing ahead with measures to tackle offshore tax evasion, including a new strict liability offence of hiding taxable income and gains offshore.

New dividend tax regime for investors

09 September 2015

The way dividends are taxed will change from 6 April 2016 and now HMRC has clarified the detail on the changes, who are the winners and losers?

Using tax losses - a new opportunity?

09 September 2015

How can companies make better use of carried forward trade losses? A recent Tribunal decision could be a game-changer.

Weekly Tax Brief - 8 September 2015

08 September 2015

Round-up of the latest tax news and developments...

Digital exclusion to digital excluded - have the self-employed been overlooked?

08 September 2015

HMRC’s digital strategy? Most PAYE taxpayers have straightforward tax affairs and may be relatively unaffected.

Tax avoidance and the law of unintended consequences

08 September 2015

From the perspective of tax authorities worldwide, tax avoidance is a massive example of the operation of the law of unintended consequences. When they enact legislation, the last thing that governments want is for tax avoiders to use the law for unintended purposes or to get round it in ways which were not foreseen.

Tipped Off

08 September 2015

Could it really be that the taxman is skimming off the tip and not the restaurant owner?

The inexorable advance of HMRC

08 September 2015

HMRC has been upfront about its desire to grow the market for software products as well as encourage new entrants into the marketplace. So will its so-called ‘API strategy’ be the answer that software developers have been waiting for?

Weekly Tax Brief - 2 September 2015

02 September 2015

Round-up of the latest tax news and developments...

Charities selling donor data may prejudice tax relief worth billions

02 September 2015

The latest exposé of the alleged abuse of donor data by charities should act as a wake-up call for those who wish to protect the sector’s tax exemptions worth £4.5bn annually

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