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Tax

The Tax area has information and guidance on technical and practical tax matters. There are links to events, the latest tax news and the Tax Faculty’s publications, including helpsheets, webinars and Tax representations.

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Finance Act 2019

The Finance Act 2019 received Royal Assent on 12 February 2019. It was originally introduced to Parliament as Finance (No.3) Bill 2018. On this page you can find guidance, parliamentary papers, representations and other commentary on the Bill's progress into law.

The NHS, Brexit and more: TAXtalk Budget 2018

Two days after the 2018 Budget, Frank Haskew and Anita Monteith from the Tax Faculty, were joined by ICAEW's Public Sector Director Ross Campbell to discuss Philip Hammond's announcements.

ICAEW Rep 115/18: Budget Autumn 2018

ICAEW's Tax Faculty has responded to HM Treasury's invitation for comments ahead of the 2018 Budget. The response concludes that there should be no new policy initiatives on tax at this time. Attention should instead be given to enabling taxpayers easily to fulfil their obligations and to understand their entitlements. Coping with HMRC’s digital systems has been made more difficult by the number of policy changes.

May the CPD course be with you

The month of May marks the time when many begin to plan ahead for the summer break, but also the chance to update CPD requirements before then, so now is the time to book yourself on to some of 2019’s essential line up of CPD training courses, tailored for LSCA members.

Capital allowances

This webinar provides illustrative examples and practical tips on how to maximise capital allowances and take advantage of the reliefs available.

Spring Statement 2019

Jane Moore rounds up the tax items from the Spring Statement 2019, including Making Tax Digital, structures and buildings allowance, tax avoidance and evasion, national minimum wage, apprenticeship levy and forthcoming papers over the rest of the year.

Tax treatment of low emission vehicles

Rebecca Cave explains the tax treatment of low emission vehicles. She details capital allowances, benefits-in-kind, the encouragement of hybrids, OpRA, leased cars, electric vans and the cost of charging – as well as the potential of free charging at work.

Spring Statement 2019

Jane Moore rounds up the tax items from the Spring Statement 2019, including Making Tax Digital, structures and buildings allowance, tax avoidance and evasion, national minimum wage, apprenticeship levy and forthcoming papers over the rest of the year.

Tax treatment of low emission vehicles

Rebecca Cave explains the tax treatment of low emission vehicles. She details capital allowances, benefits-in-kind, the encouragement of hybrids, OpRA, leased cars, electric vans and the cost of charging – as well as the potential of free charging at work.

TAXguide 06/19: Termination payments

A new regime for taxing termination payments was introduced from 6 April 2018. TAXguide 06/19 sets out a number of questions in relation to the changes, with answers provided by HMRC.

May the CPD course be with you

The month of May marks the time when many begin to plan ahead for the summer break, but also the chance to update CPD requirements before then, so now is the time to book yourself on to some of 2019’s essential line up of CPD training courses, tailored for LSCA members.

Spring Statement 2019

Jane Moore rounds up the tax items from the Spring Statement 2019, including Making Tax Digital, structures and buildings allowance, tax avoidance and evasion, national minimum wage, apprenticeship levy and forthcoming papers over the rest of the year.

Spring Statement 2019

Jane Moore rounds up the tax items from the Spring Statement 2019, including Making Tax Digital, structures and buildings allowance, tax avoidance and evasion, national minimum wage, apprenticeship levy and forthcoming papers over the rest of the year.

Reflecting on changes to the tax landscape

Rebecca Benneyworth considers some April changes that provide food for thought. She discusses, among other things, Making Tax Digital, increases in staff costs and the ‘sorry saga’ of the controversial loan charge legislation.

May the CPD course be with you

The month of May marks the time when many begin to plan ahead for the summer break, but also the chance to update CPD requirements before then, so now is the time to book yourself on to some of 2019’s essential line up of CPD training courses, tailored for LSCA members.

Capital allowances

This webinar provides illustrative examples and practical tips on how to maximise capital allowances and take advantage of the reliefs available.

Spring Statement 2019

Jane Moore rounds up the tax items from the Spring Statement 2019, including Making Tax Digital, structures and buildings allowance, tax avoidance and evasion, national minimum wage, apprenticeship levy and forthcoming papers over the rest of the year.

Professional standards

Spring Statement 2019

Jane Moore rounds up the tax items from the Spring Statement 2019, including Making Tax Digital, structures and buildings allowance, tax avoidance and evasion, national minimum wage, apprenticeship levy and forthcoming papers over the rest of the year.

TOGC in a property that is partially-let

FAQ on whether the sale of a property can be classed as a transfer of a business as a going concern (TOGC) for VAT purposes, as the occupier, who is buying the premises, rents out part of the building to a third party.

ICAEW works to support tax reform

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.