ICAEW Tax Faculty provides analysis of the announcements relating to tax avoidance, evasion and compliance in the 2018 Budget.
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ICAEW Tax Faculty provides analysis of the announcements relating to stamp taxes in the Budget 2018
Sue Moore, Tax Faculty technical manager with responsibility for private client matters, provides a progress report, explaining what practitioners need to know, on the new Trust Registration Service that was introduced in 2017
ICAEW Tax Faculty provides analysis of the announcements relating to property taxes in the Autumn Budget 2017.
There has been a plethora of changes to property taxes recently. Gabelle partner Caroline Fleet spoke about the new rules at June 2017’s Tax Club meeting, covering anti-avoidance measures, buy-to-let properties, CGT, IHT and SDLT. Randeep Dhaliwal reports
ICAEW Tax Faculty provides analysis of the announcements relating to tax in the Spring Budget 2017.
SDLT is a tax on transfers of land ownership that many GPs approaching retirement may not realise applies to them. Nils Christiansen, Managing Partner at DR Solicitors, outlines how it works and the key points to be aware of.
February 2017: While stamp duty might raise billions for the government, it is putting a real brake on social and economic mobility, and should be abolished, argues Malcolm Bacchus.
Some resources that we link to may pre-date the latest amendments to the relevant tax regulations. While these links contain useful information, please treat them with appropriate caution.
HMRC hub with links to guidance on filing SDLT returns, tax on specific transactions, stamp duty before December 2003, and exemptions.
HMRC internal manual providing guidance on SDLT, including information on reliefs and exemptions.
Authority responsible for the management and collection of Scotland's devolved taxes providing guidance on Land and Buildings Transaction Tax, Scottish Landfill Tax, LBTT and leases, and Air Departure Tax.
Survey from property consultants Knight Frank providing an overview of the tax costs and non-tax costs for foreign investors in prime real estate across key cities around the world.
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