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Chancellor extends tax evasion measures in UK Summer Budget

06 August 2015

There was no let-up in the Government’s and HMRC’s message regarding tax evasion, with significant announcements and publications on how they intend to crack down on offshore tax evaders.

Inheritance tax to apply to UK property held indirectly by nom-doms

06 August 2015

The Summer Budget 2015 introduced yet another significant (and perhaps the last) tax targeting of UK residential property, with the proposal to apply UK inheritance tax to property held indirectly by non-doms including through excluded property trusts.

Non doms - stay or go after 15 years?

06 August 2015

Changes to the taxation of non-doms were perhaps expected after the UK general election; however, they were not expected on such a fundamental scale. Whether non-doms will stay or go, and what the net impact on the UK economy will be, is a big unknown!

Non-resident landlords - reliefs to be reduced

06 August 2015

UK government proposes to tackle the buoyant buy-to-let market and perceived tax advantages by reducing tax reliefs for finance costs and wear and tear.

Accelerated payment notices - is your client prepared?
Lindsey Cooper

06 August 2015

As HMRC plans to issue upwards of 64,000 accelerated payment notices, are your clients prepared?

The China syndrome: the Chinese stock market meltdown
Rob Donaldson

06 August 2015

Could a stock market meltdown 5,000 miles away affect businesses and entrepreneurs here in the UK?

Weekly Tax Brief - 5 August 2015

05 August 2015

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

Mitigating VAT on energy-saving installations

05 August 2015

The government is considering the implications of the EU Court’s decision that the UK failed to comply with European VAT rules in universally applying VAT

Still waiting for mañana – update on Spanish IHT refunds

05 August 2015

It is thought that those due refunds of Spanish Inheritance Tax may have to wait up to 9 months for their claims to be lodged and processed.

Tax amnesty for employers not paying minimum wage

05 August 2015

HMRC is increasingly looking at ‘naming and shaming’ as a way of encouraging good tax behaviours. We already have naming and shaming for deliberate defaulters, and there are proposals to extend it to serial avoiders.

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