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Property tax - articles

Features and articles from ICAEW on taxation related to the taxation of properties in the UK tax regime.

Spring Statement 2019

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Jane Moore Taxline 17-04-2019

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.

Final stages of the Finance Bill

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Lindsey Wicks Taxline 22-01-2019

As the Finance Bill enters its final stages, Lindsey Wicks provides a comprehensive list of what it contains.

The challenge of what constitutes immovable property

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Farming and Rural Business Community News 06-12-2017

Julie Butler of Butler & Co investigates how immovable property should be defined.

Business reacts to Autumn Budget 2017

Clive Lewis London Accountant 06-12-2017

ICAEW Head of Enterprise Clive Lewis gauges the business reaction to the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget, and finds relief amid EU worries.

Changes affecting foreign domiciliaries and trusts

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Lynnette Bober, Tax Faculty Private Client Committee Taxline 29-11-2017

Lynnette Bober, deputy chairman of the Tax Faculty’s Private Client Committee, explains the 2017 changes affecting foreign domiciliaries and trusts and how we got there.

Autumn Budget 2017: Devolved taxes

Tax Faculty 24-11-2017

ICAEW Tax Faculty provides analysis of the announcements relating to devolved taxes in the Autumn Budget 2017.

Stamp duty cut little help for Londoners

Dan Robertson London Accountant 24-11-2017

While the cut in stamp duty may have grabbed the headlines, other changes over property, carried interest and digital taxation will be watched closely by Londoners, says RSM tax partner Dan Robertson.

Budget breakfast briefing hears from the experts

Gay Jordan London Accountant 24-11-2017

The morning after the Chancellor delivered his Budget speech, LSCA members heard over breakfast from economic experts and tax advisers about the economic outlook and how the tax measures could affect them.

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