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Weekly tax brief | 13 November 2019

13 November 2019

This week's articles are 'Could this be the election where ‘non-dom’ tax status dies in a ditch?', 'Author campaigns for abolition of VAT on digital publications', 'HMRC defeated as common sense prevails for homeowners' and 'Growing clamour for IR35 reform to be postponed'.

Weekly tax brief | 6 November 2019

06 November 2019

This week's articles are 'Whichever party wins the election, taxes are set to rise', 'More retrospective legislation from HMRC' and 'HMRC’s continuing assault on the unwary'.

Weekly tax brief | 30 October 2019

30 October 2019

This week's articles are '2019 – the year with no Budget?', 'IR35 - is it all about control?', 'NHS under the microscope over the operation of off-payroll rules', 'HMRC offers new MTD extension' and 'Don’t forget the October 31 deadline (no, not that one….)'.

Weekly tax brief | 22 October 2019

22 October 2019

This week's articles are 'OECD proposals will shift taxable profits away from tax havens and back to customer countries', 'VAT, customs duty and trade in a no-deal Brexit', 'The Withdrawal Agreement; what do we know?', 'Is HMRC making key life events unnecessarily hard for taxpayers?', and 'HS2 and the tax treatment for compulsory acquisitions'.

Weekly tax brief | 16 October 2019

16 October 2019

This week's articles are 'Budget 2019: will the Chancellor heed vital tax lessons from the financial crisis?', 'Pensions: what more can be done to help employees?', 'Will the Chancellor stage a Budget-day raid on Entrepreneurs’ Relief?' and 'How has HMRC’s Connect system increased high-income child benefit charge enquiries?'.

Weekly tax brief | 9 October 2019

09 October 2019

This week's articles are 'Brexit delays VAT simplification', 'Will more employers start putting contractors on the payroll?', and 'Could inheritance tax really be abolished?'.

Weekly tax brief | 2 October 2019

02 October 2019

This week's articles are 'Land and property stamp tax receipts suffer biggest fall since credit crunch' and 'Charities come within Making Tax Digital for VAT'

Weekly tax brief | 24 September 2019

24 September 2019

This week's articles are 'Why is the UK government not using the tax system to tackle the climate emergency?', 'Property tax changes – a guide through the maze', 'Don’t abolish the non-dom system ̶ embrace it instead', 'IR35 and deemed employment hitting the headlines again', 'Will Parliament run out of time to pass the off-payroll/IR35 legislation?'.

Property tax changes - a guide through the maze

24 September 2019

All things are relative and there was a time when the property tax rules in Great Britain, as they applied to individuals, were relatively straightforward. Since April 2013, each new tax year has brought with it at least one change to those tax rules. By the time we reach April 2020, this part of the British tax system will have changed out of all recognition.

RSM welcomes interim independent review of legal services regulation
George Bull

24 September 2019

RSM has welcomed the publication of the interim Independent Review of Legal Services Regulation and urged members of the legal profession to share their views on the proposed reforms.