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Tax Faculty

Find out more about the Tax Faculty and upcoming events. Faculty members can access exclusive content, including TAXline, TAXguides, webinars, representations and support schemes.


TAXline: August 2018

In this issue, Alistair Spence Clarke explains how Brexit will affect the taxation of Spanish holiday homes, Anita Monteith considers how new digital methods are affecting all aspects of business, Ian Young reports on the 2018 Wyman Symposium and Lynnette Bober explains the tax rules for remitted foreign dividend income.

TAXline: July 2018

In this issue, Kevin Slevin explains the Finance Act 2016 anti-avoidance rules on liquidation distributions, ICAEW’s president Paul Aplin sets out his priorities for 2018, Andrew Parrock describes the new Office of Tax Simplification strategic review on HMRC’s guidance and Jane Moore looks at the latest Office of Tax Simplification report.

TAXline: June 2018

In this issue, farming tax specialist Wayne Glenton looks at practical and technical tax issues when acting for farmers, Mary Monfries considers the issues facing the tax profession, Ian Young reports on the international tax summit and Chrissie O’Connor reports from the Tax Faculty’s 27th Annual General Meeting.

TAXline: May 2018

In this edition, Anita Monteith asks whether it's possible to tax robots, Carl Bayley reflects on his time as chair of the Tax Faculty, John Cassidy explains sanctions for offshore non-compliance, Caroline Miskin gives an update on HMRC’s online services for agents, and Sarah Ghaffari takes a closer look at IR35 on the 18th anniversary of its introduction.


TAXguide 13/18: IHT on overseas property

Finance (No 2) Act 2017 introduced significant changes to the taxation of foreign domiciliaries. In TAXguide 13/18 ICAEW, STEP, the CIOT and the Law Society have published questions and draft suggested answers to highlight and consider areas of uncertainty in the statutory provisions covering the extension of inheritance tax (IHT). Read a summary here and download the full guide.

TAXguide 12/18: Charities tax

In this TAXguide Paul Bater discusses developments concerning the direct and indirect tax treatment of charitable and other non-profit making organisations, including the latest in charitable giving.

TAXguide 11/18: the settlements legislation

In TAXguide 11/18 Sarah Godfrey explores the settlements legislation and what it means for the family business, the Arctic Systems case and HMRC’s views of the rules as they currently apply.

Property taxes update

Following on from our popular property taxes webinar in 2016 and 2017 we are running a follow up which will concentrate on let property, looking in particular at the different taxes affecting the buy to let property owners picking up on all the recent changes.

TAXtalk June 2018

This month the panel discusses IR35, employee benefit trusts and options available to those affected by the new disguised remuneration rules.

18 July - Tax Club: Stand out by effectively networking

Mark Lee, a mentor, speaker and past Chairman of the Tax Faculty, will explain just how easy it can be to stand out by networking effectively. In this interactive session Mark will share his seven point framework, so you can choose which approach best suits you. All Tax Club events are free and you do not have to be an ICAEW member to attend.

28 Sept - Tax Faculty Conference 2018

Our popular one-day conference will look at the challenges facing tax practices today and tomorrow with a line-up of expert speakers including Rebecca Benneyworth, Peter Rayney, John Cassidy and ICAEW President Paul Aplin. This year’s topics include Making Tax Digital, HMRC enquiries, off-payroll working and a session dedicated to practical points aimed at general practitioners.

2 October - Tax Club: Partnerships tax

Andrew Constable will present on the taxation of partnerships. All Tax Club events are free and you do not have to be an ICAEW member to attend.

5-6 October - Practical tax conference

ICAEW's annual residential tax conference will run 5-6 October 2018. This year's event will cover: Making Tax Digital, Brexit and VAT and a host of tax topics key to your practice and clients. this increasingly popular event helps you keep on top of all things tax.


ICAEW Rep 94/18

Off-payroll working in the private sector.

ICAEW Rep 91/18

Off-payroll working in public and private sectors

ICAEW Rep 80/18

VAT reverse charge for construction services draft legislation

Tax topics for today

Reforming property taxes for business – what are the options?

Taxing business properties form an important part of the tax base for many countries, but they are often complex and in an increasingly online world can be irrelevant to an organisation’s turnover. The time has come to overhaul business property tax systems and here ICAEW outlines the options.