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Find out how Brexit may affect VAT.

Looking back at 2019

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Frank Haskew 10-01-2020

Frank Haskew, head of the ICAEW Tax Faculty, reviews 2019, including Brexit, Making Tax Digital, off-payroll working, the contractor loan charge and HMRC’s resource issue.

TAXline News - December 2019

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Frank Haskew, head of ICAEW Tax Faculty 29-11-2019

Frank Haskew, Head of the Tax Faculty, reports on recent developments at the Tax Faculty during December 2019.

Pressing the pause button

Lindsey Wicks 29-11-2019

Lindsey Wicks explains the theme behind the Tax Faculty’s budget submission.

UK VAT implications of Brexit

08-10-2019

Our guide is intended to help you understand how Brexit might impact on the UK’s existing VAT rules.

Building a new life for the future

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Henry Teitelbaum 10-04-2019

Against a background of rising populism, crushing austerity and climate change, infrastructure has suffered. Here, Henry Teitelbaum explains how global risks demand sharper focus on the matter.

State aid and the implications for tax

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Ian Young 25-02-2019

Ian Young considers recent developments in state aid and the implications for tax. He defines state aid, goes into detail about the Ireland-Apple case and ruling, as well as some other cases of interest, and touches on state aid post-Brexit.

Brexit grants for customs declarations

18-02-2019

Once the UK leaves the EU, businesses will need to complete customs declarations for goods crossing the UK border – unless a deal is reached that provides otherwise. Funding to help with training for completing the customs declarations has been made available by HMRC.

The effect of Brexit on business - the 2018 Tax Faculty Hardman Lecture

Ian Young 12-12-2018

Ian Young of the Tax Faculty reports on 2018’s Hardman Lecture, given by Jill Rutter, programme director at the Institute for Government and in charge of its Brexit work. The event was chaired by Mary Monfries, chairman of the Tax Faculty and explored the effect of Brexit on business.

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Looking back at 2019

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Frank Haskew Taxline 10-01-2020

Frank Haskew, head of the ICAEW Tax Faculty, reviews 2019, including Brexit, Making Tax Digital, off-payroll working, the contractor loan charge and HMRC’s resource issue.

TAXline News - December 2019

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Frank Haskew, head of ICAEW Tax Faculty Taxline 29-11-2019

Frank Haskew, Head of the Tax Faculty, reports on recent developments at the Tax Faculty during December 2019.

Pressing the pause button

Lindsey Wicks Taxline 29-11-2019

Lindsey Wicks explains the theme behind the Tax Faculty’s budget submission.

UK VAT implications of Brexit

08-10-2019

Our guide is intended to help you understand how Brexit might impact on the UK’s existing VAT rules.

Building a new life for the future

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Henry Teitelbaum FS Focus 10-04-2019

Against a background of rising populism, crushing austerity and climate change, infrastructure has suffered. Here, Henry Teitelbaum explains how global risks demand sharper focus on the matter.

State aid and the implications for tax

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Ian Young Taxline 25-02-2019

Ian Young considers recent developments in state aid and the implications for tax. He defines state aid, goes into detail about the Ireland-Apple case and ruling, as well as some other cases of interest, and touches on state aid post-Brexit.

Brexit grants for customs declarations

18-02-2019

Once the UK leaves the EU, businesses will need to complete customs declarations for goods crossing the UK border – unless a deal is reached that provides otherwise. Funding to help with training for completing the customs declarations has been made available by HMRC.

The effect of Brexit on business - the 2018 Tax Faculty Hardman Lecture

Ian Young Taxline 12-12-2018

Ian Young of the Tax Faculty reports on 2018’s Hardman Lecture, given by Jill Rutter, programme director at the Institute for Government and in charge of its Brexit work. The event was chaired by Mary Monfries, chairman of the Tax Faculty and explored the effect of Brexit on business.

Showing 10 of 41 items