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Stay up-to-date with the fast moving world of tax by attending our events in 2019.
In this issue, Frank Haskew looks back over the events of 2018, Sue Moore and Anita Monteith report on software for Making Tax Digital, Julie Cameron explores the hurdles facing unrepresented taxpayers and Julie Butler considers the case of HMRC v The Personal Representative of Maureen Vigne on business property relief.
In this issue, Sarah Bradford explains the new rules regarding taxing termination payments, Ian Young reports on this year’s CFE Tax Advisers Europe annual meeting from September 2018 and Sue Moore summarises the issues for practitioners working at the coal face, including Making Tax Digital and cryptocurrencies.
In this issue, Pete Miller explains how to use the non-statutory clearance facility, Ian Hayes discusses the cross-border implications of technology in tax, Wayne Glenton looks at the use of limited companies, land ownership and other tax issues affecting farmers and Jane Moore looks at the new disclosure rules devised by the EU and the OECD.
In this issue, Sue Moore explains the rules to restrict finance costs, Frank Haskew considers how tax professionals can prepare for Brexit, Rebecca Cave summarises the key proposals contained in the Finance Bill legislation and Caroline Miskin explains HMRC’s standard procedures for registering clients for self assessment.
In TAXguide 18/18, Rebecca Benneyworth explores the recent tax changes affecting small businesses, and looks at the impact of the more recent changes to dividend taxation and the rate of corporation tax. The full guide can be downloaded by Tax Faculty members and Faculties Online subscribers.
In TAXguide 17/18, Andrew Constable answers a selection of the key questions raised by viewers of the Tax Faculty webinar ‘partnership tax’’, broadcast on 8 November 2018.
In this TAXguide Rebecca Benneyworth answers questions raised in response to the Tax Faculty webinar on employee benefit trust strategies and contractor loan schemes, which was broadcast on 8 August. Read a summary here, Tax Faculty members can download the full guide.
Webinars, videos and podcasts
The webinar will discuss key findings from the report on how to best manage the modernisation of a tax administration, including examples and anecdotes from the US and China, but also lesser-known stories from the likes of Estonia, Brazil, and Italy.
Join Anita Monteith, Sarah Ghaffari and Caroline Miskin for the latest information on preparing for MTD for VAT which starts from April 2019.
This webinar considers a variety of issues which may require SME businesses to take action in readiness for chnages in 2019.
The faculty reflects on the budget delivered on 29 October 2018.
ICAEW welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Review of worldwide harmonised light vehicles test procedure (WLTP) and vehicle taxes consultation published by H M Treasury on 19 December 2018.
Text of briefing submitted on 3 January 2019 to MPs by ICAEW Tax Faculty on Clause 16 & Schedule 4: Tax avoidance involving profit fragmentation in Finance (No.3) Bill 2017-19.
Tax topics for today
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.
Is hypothecation - assigning particular tax revenues to a specific public policy goal - a good thing? Read Ian Young's article presenting the facts and then decide.
Anita Monteith of ICAEW’s Tax Faculty explains how to account for trades in the sharing economy, specifically how tax and national insurance work in the gig economy