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TAXline 2015

2015 editions of TAXline, the Tax Faculty's monthly magazine for members.

TAXline January 2015

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In this issue: Fiona Fernie and Paul Noble explain how automatic information exchange will help HMRC identify offshore assets of UK residents; Meredith McCammond outlines why HMRC should clamp down on umbrella schemes involving travel expenses; and Neil Warren considers the VAT rules and potential savings when non-residential property is converted to dwellings.

TAXline February 2015

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In this issue: Frank Haskew considers the progress of devolution of taxes within the UK and the part ICAEW can play in 2015; David Heaton steers a path through the changes in this year’s National Insurance Contributions Act; and Lynnette Bober explains some practical aspects of how HMRC applies the SRT.

TAXline March 2015

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In this issue: Neil Warren gives an update on the new procedures for businesses selling digital services; Helen Elliott explains the idea behind tax breaks for investment in small social enterprises; and Sue Moore looks at principal private residence relief and the 2015 changes to the rules.

TAXline April 2015

In this issue: Rebecca Cave provides a round-up of points to watch out for in PAYE in 2015/16; Anita Monteith and Paula Tallon on making the most of entrepreneurs' relief' and Ray Chidell considers a recent capital allowances case that raises interesting points on apportioning expenditure.

TAXline May 2015

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In this issue: David Heaton explains new reporting rules that will cause some head-scratching for those providing agency workers and their advisers; As Rebecca Benneyworth's tenure as Tax Faculty chairman ends, she considers what challenges lie ahead; and Lynnette Bober outlines where are we since HMRC changed its approach to remittance basis users.

TAXline June 2015

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The first of two reports on the highlights from the ICAEW Tax Faculty Conference 2015 which focused on businesses and their advisers; Andrew Cockman reviews the inheritance tax changes in store for trustees of discretionary trusts and their advisers; and Ian Young reports on the latest developments in the BEPS project.

TAXline July 2015

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In this issue: As HMRC reaches its 10th anniversary, Paul Aplin explains why ICAEW is calling for it to be reviewed; Anita Monteith anticipates problems with the more stringent qualifying tests for CASCS; and John Cassidy explains how the end of the Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility may be relevant for more clients than you think.

TAXline August 2015

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In this issue: Sally Ferguson and Philippa Stedman report on their visit to HMRC's Digital Delivery Centre; and Pete Miller explains why rushed legislation has taken the Finance Act 2015 changes affecting incorporations beyond their original aim.

TAXline September 2015

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In this issue: Dave Mouncey and Mark Wingate of Smith & Wlliamson explain tax reliefs available to the creative sector; Jane Moore examines HMRC proposals to crackdown on offshore evasion; and Mark Tighe outlines the theory and practice of claiming capital allowances.

TAXline October 2015

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In this issue: Robin Williamson considers the operation of special relief in the light of recent tribunal decisions; Ray Chidell explains the pros and cons of short-life asset elections; and Neil Warren considers the VAT rules relating to Transferring a business as a going concern.

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