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Here are just some of the strategies our tax experts are sharing with you this month:
  • Expenses And Benefits For 2016/17 - Key Changes
    Sarah Bradford explains the year-end reporting requirements for 2016/17 where taxable expenses and benefits have been provided to employees...
  • Home Sweet Home: The Residence Nil Rate Band And Inheritance Tax

    Malcolm Finney looks at aspects of the residence nil rate band that are not commonly understood...
  • It’s Over! Changes To Termination Payments

    Sarah Laing outlines the proposed reform of the tax rules governing termination payments as announced in spring Budget 2017...
  • Inheritance Tax, New Probate Fees, And Non-UK Domiciliaries: What's New?

    Tony Granger provides an update on the inheritance tax residence nil rate band, the new probate fee ‘tax’, and an anti-avoidance measure affecting non-UK domiciliaries for inheritance tax purposes...
  • How To Deal With A VAT Investigation

    Andrew Needham looks at what a business should do if it becomes involved in a VAT investigation...
  • The New Corporate Tax Loss Regime Explained

    In the first of a two-part article, Peter Rayney examines the key changes to the way in which relief is obtained for corporate losses...
  • Late Tax Returns: Expecting Sympathy From HMRC?

    Mark McLaughlin points out taxpayers who file their tax returns late may get more sympathy from the tax tribunal than HMRC...
  • Directors' Loan Accounts And FRS 102 – What’s All The Fuss About?

    Peter Rayney outlines the potential effect of financial reporting standard 102 on loans to company director shareholders...
  • Giving Up! Salary Sacrifice: The New Rules

    Sarah Bradford explains new rules applying to salary sacrifice schemes from 6 April 2017.The advantages associated with salary sacrifice schemes are considerably reduced once new rules come into effect from 6 April 2017…
  • Avoid Paying HMRC By Cheque!

    Mark McLaughlin warns taxpayers to keep an eye on tax payments made by cheque close to the statutory deadline...
  • Tax-Free Savings In 2017/18

    Sarah Laing highlights some potential tax-efficient savings opportunities for the new tax year...
  • VAT: The Importance Of Keeping Track Of Distance Sales

    Andrew Needham looks at the distance sales thresholds, and what happens if you fail to register on time...
  • Lifetime ISAs – An Alternative To Pension Savings?

    Daniel Stevens looks at whether the new tax advantaged ISA can really replace traditional pension savings...
  • Key Exemptions And Reliefs For Inheritance Tax

    Malcolm Finney discusses some of the ways in which inheritance tax on death may be mitigated...
  • Still Here? The New Deemed Domicile Rule

    Sarah Bradford takes a look at the new deemed domicile rule that will apply from 6 April 2017, and what it means for non-UK domiciled individuals…
  • How Much Tax? Personal Allowances And Tax Rates For 2017/18

    Sarah Laing takes a timely run-through of tax rates and allowances taking effect from 6 April 2017…
  • VAT: How To Revoke The Option To Tax If I Decide I Should Not Have Made It

    Andrew Needham looks at how to revoke the option to tax within the six-month ‘cooling-off’ period…
  • ‘In Specie’ Pension Contributions – HMRC’s Clampdown

    Tony Granger examines the effect of the latest reported HMRC clampdown on in-specie pension contributions…
  • ‘Probate Trusts’: Avoiding The Probate Process

    Malcolm Finney looks at how it might be possible to circumnavigate the need for probate…
  • Investing in REITs: Some ‘Pros’ And ‘Cons’

    Satwaki Chanda outlines some of the advantages and disadvantages of investing in property through a real estate investment trust...
  • Tax Return Estimates – Careless Or Deliberate?

    Mark McLaughlin warns about the use of estimated figures in tax returns…
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