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Tax voice - March 2017

17 March 2017

Welcome to March's edition of tax voice, a monthly round-up of the most important tax news.

Substantial shareholding exemption - a change for the better

17 March 2017

The outcome of the government’s consultation on reforming the substantial shareholding exemption (SSE) has significantly expanded the exemption and reduced the complexity associated with its application.

Are you ready for the tax year end?

17 March 2017

As the end of the tax year approaches, what claims and elections should you consider?

Will public bodies be ready for the new intermediaries legislation?

17 March 2017

From April 2017, all public sector organisations will need to consider whether to withhold income tax and national insurance contributions (NICs) under PAYE on payments to personal service companies (PSCs) or their intermediary agents.

Corporate loss relief reform update

17 March 2017

Changes to the corporation tax loss relief rules are due to be implemented from 1 April 2017. They will be accompanied by a series of recently published anti-avoidance rules.

Inheritance tax planning - don't leave it too late

17 March 2017

Inheritance tax planning is about ensuring that reliefs and allowances, which in some cases can fully exempt an estate from tax, are being fully utilised. The rules for these reliefs can often be complex and while many might think they should apply, they might not – and this might only be discovered when it is too late.

Harnessing technology for success

16 March 2017

In a competitive and digital world, technology can make or break a business. The right IT solutions help organisations become smarter, more efficient and productive. They help them remain competitive and better able to meet changing customer demands.

Emergency services sector briefing
Daniel Harris

16 March 2017

Our emergency services sector update provides insight and information into new developments affecting the sector and poses the key questions your Committees need to consider when identifying and managing their risks.

What is the say on equal pay?
Nicki Barnes

16 March 2017

With the upcoming introduction of Gender Pay Gap reporting, equal pay has been in the spotlight. We use a recent case study to understand the differences between Gender Pay Gap reporting and equal pay and what the new Gender Pay Gap reporting legislation will mean for you.

A look at the key employment law changes in the coming months
Nicki Barnes

16 March 2017

There are a number of changes in employment law over the next few months. As well as changes to the national living wage and statutory increases there is the introduction of Gender Pay Gap reporting. The majority of the remaining provisions of the Trade Union Act 2016 came into force on 1 March 2017 and we discuss what impacts these may have on your organisation.

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