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Weekly tax brief | 4 August 2020
George Bull

04 August 2020

This week's articles are 'Is the NHS facing a big tax bill for keeping us safe and well?', 'UK employees working overseas could fall into a tangled tax web', 'More needs to be done to regulate R&D tax credit to weed out poor advisers', 'The UK is a leading player in global video games production, but tax relief is complicated and slow' and 'VAT relief on charity advertising arrives in the digital age'.

Weekly tax brief | 28 July 2020
George Bull

28 July 2020

This week's articles are 'Tax changes alone won’t save the UK high street', 'Beyond Brexit: Government reveals its 2025 UK border strategy', 'Chasing the silver pound – countries compete to encourage pensioners to relocate', 'A new Carbon Emissions Tax would not provide a united front in the fight against climate change' and 'Making Tax Digital for income tax should heed the lessons from MTD for VAT'.

Weekly tax brief | 21 July 2020
George Bull

21 July 2020

This week's artlcles are 'Entrepreneurs Relief: version 2.0', 'Tribunal supports reduced rate of VAT for the hire of child car seats', 'How many consultations does it take to reform the UK tax system?' and 'The rural community must speak up'.

Weekly tax brief | 14 July 2020
George Bull

14 July 2020

This week's artlcles are 'Online quiz launches reform of capital gains tax', 'A wealth tax is likely but how might that look and work?', 'Make no mistake – HMRC is serious about enforcement' and 'Low-tax Freeports in the UK: what’s all the fuss about?'

Weekly tax brief | 8 July 2020
George Bull

08 July 2020

This week's articles are 'Tax thoughts on the Chancellor’s Summer Statement', 'Residential property: capital gains tax deadline tightens again', 'Coronavirus grant income is taxable and, for some, this tax will be due sooner than they think', 'HMRC hints at plans for an electronic border with the EU' and 'R&D roadmap spells progress but now Government and business must engage'.

Weekly tax brief | 30 June 2020
George Bull

30 June 2020

This week's articles are 'Tax increases and the 8 July fiscal statement: the mood music changes', 'Will we see a bold new progressive tax policy from the Conservative Government?', 'With the claim deadline looming, we urge the Government to urgently review the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS)', 'Where does a student really live and does it matter for VAT?' and 'Warning to advisers on deferring tax payments and VAT payments which are now due'.

Weekly tax brief | 23 June 2020
George Bull

23 June 2020

This week's articles are 'A targeted stamp duty land tax change could make downsizing less painful', 'Could a ‘fat tax’ solve holiday hunger?', 'By relaxing R&D tax relief criteria, Government could help boost capital expenditure', 'It pays to understand the small print when it comes to HMRC' and 'The company car coronavirus tax tip'.

A targeted stamp duty land tax change could make downsizing less painful
George Bull

23 June 2020

The Chancellor is looking for simple tax measures to boost the economy after coronavirus. We suggest a Stamp Duty Land Tax change which would help older people maintain independent living while reducing intergenerational inequality.

Weekly tax brief | 16 June 2020
George Bull

16 June 2020

This week's articles are 'Capital allowances and coronavirus – cash back please, Chancellor', 'Protect your VAT recovery on the cost of post-coronavirus mergers and acquisitions', 'Should the rates of VAT be reduced to stimulate the coronavirus-impacted economy? Or is there another way?', 'Could your CJRS claim plunge you into a National Minimum Wage enquiry?' and 'HMRC resumes VAT compliance checks after coronavirus shutdown'.

Weekly tax brief | 9 June 2020
George Bull

09 June 2020

This week's articles are 'HMRC’s smart and stealthy approach to closing the tax gap', 'HMRC postpones introduction of domestic reverse charge VAT for construction services', 'VAT on unborn baby scans? Tax tribunal states its case' and 'Should social enterprise and charities be mourning the loss of Social Investment Tax Relief?'.