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About the Tax Faculty

We make representations to Government on behalf of the entire ICAEW membership. Our unique position means we meet senior politicians, HMRC and Treasury representatives face-to-face. We have over 130 volunteers, many well known names in the tax world, who help us with our work. Why not join us?

TAXline magazine

Monthly magazine, providing briefings, practical points and news.

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TAXline

TAXline is our monthly magazine for members. It provides planning points from a wide range of contributors. It includes detailed briefings on specific topics, book and product reviews and faculty news and events. Each month's editorial is available to all.

TAXline Tax Planning

Annual publication covering a broad range of issues contributed by experts.

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TAXline Tax Planning

Changes over the last 12 months that will impact tax accountants.

Latest Tax news

Read the latest Tax news and share your views with fellow members.

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New Third party link

Read the latest tax news and share your views with fellow members.

Representations

Tax Faculty responses to consultation exercises.

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Tax representations

Our responses to consultation exercises by revenue departments.

Working with HMRC

Help for tax advisers – useful ICAEW and HMRC contacts and links, all in one place.

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Working with HMRC

Help for tax advisers – useful ICAEW and HMRC contacts and links, all in one place.

HMRC's Digital developments

The background and latest news on HMRC's digital developments including links to ICAEW guidance.

HMRC and Treasury consultation forums

HM Revenue & Customs operate a number of consultative forums for businesses, agents and representative bodies.

Real Time Information (RTI)

How Real Time Information (RTI) will change the way employers report payroll information.

TAXtools 1: HMRC contacts

Including telephone numbers, email facilities, postal addresses and useful HMRC website links, together with a number of tips. This guide seeks to help direct you quickly to the part of HMRC you need for resolving issues and to advise on the best method of contact to use. This guide is updated on a regular basis.

TAXtools 2: HMRC toolkits

HMRC has produced toolkits to provide guidance on areas of error frequently seen in tax returns. These toolkits set out the steps that you can take to reduce those errors. In this ICAEW Tax Faculty guide we list the available toolkits and provide further information and guidance about how they may be used.

TAXtools 3: Paying tax

This ICAEW Tax Faculty guide summarises the different methods of paying tax over to HMRC. It is not intended to cover other means of paying tax such as coding adjustments. It also touches briefly on what taxpayers can do if they cannot pay.

TAXtools 4: Making complaints

You may sometimes find yourself in the position of having to make a complaint to or about HMRC. ICAEW Tax Faculty has produced this guide to help you through this process.

TAXtools 5: Tax rates

This ICAEW Tax Faculty TAXtool provides a summary of key tax rates, allowances and reliefs for 2013/14 and 2014/15. It includes information relevant for members both in practice and in business in an easy-to-use format.

Private client community

Closed community for individuals and firms delivering professional advice.

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Private client community redirect

This closed community has been established to bring together individuals and firms from different disciplines that share the common goal of delivering professional advice and services to the private client market.

Faculty schemes

Schemes available exclusively to Tax Faculty members, including the Referral scheme.

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Tax Faculty schemes

Schemes for Tax Faculty members: referral scheme; joint advisory scheme; valuations advice scheme; and special advocacy scheme.

Webinars and other videos

If you missed our previous webinars, you can listen to the recordings.

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Tax webinars and other videos

If you missed our previous webinars, you can listen to the recordings and access resources from the following webinars.

AGM and elections

Access to information on Tax Faculty AGMs and Elections.

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Notice of AGM and elections tax

Notice is hereby given that the annual general meeting of the Tax Faculty is being held on 15 May 2015.