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Weekly tax brief | 2 February 2021
George Bull

02 February 2021

This week's articles are 'RSM publishes its Budget tax predictions', 'Is HMRC being mean-spirited regarding the loan charge?', 'Tax havens are so 2020' and 'Moving personal possessions around Europe in a post-Brexit world'.

Budget predictions
George Bull

02 February 2021

The 3 March Budget might well define this Chancellor’s legacy in the history books. Unfortunately for him, the fork in the path ahead is surrounded by conflicting signposts. Discover our Budget predictions for 2021.

Weekly tax brief | 26 January 2021
George Bull

26 January 2021

This week's articles are 'The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is due to end on 30 April 2021, but what next?', 'Should we just scrap Stamp Duty Land Tax?', 'Are some frontline healthcare professionals working overtime actually paying to go to work?', 'HMRC confirms waiver of £100 late filing penalty for self-assessment tax returns', 'Is it time for a one-off wealth tax in the UK?' and 'HMRC dangles the carrot to settle tax avoidance arrangements'.

Weekly tax brief | 19 January 2021
George Bull

19 January 2021

This week's articles are 'What happens to taxes if the UK becomes the Singapore of Europe?', 'HMRC enquiries issued this month could result in triple whammy for taxpayers subject to the loan charge', 'General Electric appeals to EU court to protect UK voucher scheme' and 'Cryptocurrency gains are nice, but don’t forget the tax'.

Weekly tax brief | 12 January 2021
George Bull

12 January 2021

This week's articles are 'Will Budget tax increases become Covid-19 casualties?', 'Falling service levels: does the taxman need a 31 January tax return deadline extension as much as the taxpayer?', 'Can effective use of tax losses help small businesses?', 'HMRC issues record money-laundering fine' and 'Tribunal decision threatens further education colleges’ VAT status'.

Weekly tax brief | 5 January 2021
George Bull

05 January 2021

This week's articles are '‘Tax and fairness: the debate has changed', 'Will U-turn over cross-border tax reporting provide the UK with a Brexit dividend?', 'Stamp Duty Land Tax holiday should be phased out gradually', 'No amnesty from HMRC on 31 January tax return deadline', 'Brexit deal revealed, but what does the future have in store?' and 'Preparing your 2019/20 tax return? Don’t forget the loan charge!'.

Weekly tax brief | 22 December 2020
George Bull

22 December 2020

This week's articles are '‘Tis the season to be gifting into trusts ', 'What does the logjam in the Channel tell us about a food carbon tax?', 'Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS): Are underclaims just as fatal to grant claims as overclaims?', 'Is more data for HMRC more of a problem?' and 'Help people handle their own tax affairs'.

Weekly tax brief | 15 December 2020
George Bull

15 December 2020

This week's articles are 'Feeling threatened by HMRC’s reminders about self-assessment tax returns? Don’t be!', 'What can you be doing this Christmas to get your tax return in on time?', 'Having problems calculating your 31 January tax bill after the turmoil of 2020?' and 'How can I reduce my 31 January 2021 tax payment?'

Weekly tax brief | 8 December 2020
George Bull

08 December 2020

This week's articles are 'OECD in head-to-head VAT clash with UK charity body', 'Charity Tax Group reports the UK charity tax gap is £2 billion a year', and 'What are different countries doing to attract the rich?'.

Weekly tax brief | 1 December 2020
George Bull

01 December 2020

This week's articles are 'Are thousands of trustees about to incur HMRC penalties due to deficient HMRC systems?', 'HMRC calls upon allies in the fight against tax avoidance', 'Why does HMRC send so many nudge letters? Why not go after the real tax criminals?', 'What is a reasonable excuse? HMRC tries to explain a spreadsheet error', 'Lockdown divorcees could pay a high tax price', and 'HMRC scores own goal in football pitch VAT debate'.