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TAXline 2016

2016 editions and articles from TAXline, the Tax Faculty's monthly magazine for members.

TAXline December 2016

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In this issue: The 2016 Hardman lecture reported by Ian Young; Peter Rayney sheds light on the surprising late change to stamp duty share exchange relief in Finance Act 2016; Helen Lewis looks at the detail of the new IHT residence nil rate band; and John Cassidy explains the big tax developments affecting clients with offshore interests and their advisers.

Taxline November 2016

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In this issue: Carl Bayley explains the importance of the Tax Faculty's role as a leader in the profession; Jane Moore reports on the Tax Faculty conference discussin Making Tax Digital; and Lynnette Bober examines how the tax rules for foreighn domiciliaries will change from April 2017.

TAXline October 2016

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In this issue: Sarah Bradford provides an update on RTI compliance and other issue for employers; John Endacott on the 2016 changes to the tax treatment of distributions of share capital; and Robin Williamson looks at the Making Tax Digital proposals for compliance and penalties.

TAXline September 2016

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In this issue: Ian Young and Duncan Bratchell set out the tax changes in store for large businesses; Neil Warren looks at non-cash payments consideration for VAT; and John Endacott summarises the new investors' relief rules.

TAXline August 2016

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In this issue: Ian Hayes explains that a charter of taxpayers’ rights and responsibilities is more important now than ever; Heather Self looks at recent decisions on corporate tax schemes; and Sarah Ghaffari outlines changes to the tax on savings and dividends and how it will affect the income tax computation.

TAXline July 2016

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In this issue: Kate Willis explains the changes to entrepreneurs’ relief in Finance Bill 2016; Lindsey Wicks looks at the history and recent changes to the loans to participators tax regime; and Neil Warren answers the question: what are the VAT implications for a sole trader or partnership deciding to trade as a limited company?

TAXline June 2016

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In this issue: David Heaton explains the tax and NIC changes underpinning the government’s new apprenticeship project; Francesca Lovett outlines why the tax treatment of charitable trusts may not be as simple as it first appears; and Lindsey Wicks summarises the Finance Bill 2016 measures that will start from Royal Assent.

TAXline May 2016

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In this issue: Ahead of a new consultation about VAT grouping, Nick McChesney looks at how the proposals could affect business; Stephen Woodhouse explores the outcome of the UBS/Deutsche Bank case at the Supreme Court; and Lindsey Wicks considers the new legislation on taxing non-monetary consideration and the significance of the sharing economy

TAXline April 2016

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In this issue: Lindsey Wicks looks at the many changes to the tax rules for goodwill since Finance Act 2002; VAT registration is not as straightforward as you might think. Neil Warren highlights some traps to avoid; and Catherine Robins considers a Court of Appeal case on the rules for discovery assessments.

TAXline March 2016

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In this issue: Frank Haskew looks at ICAEW’s response to the government’s challenge to the tax profession on tax avoidance; Anita Monteith explains how HMRC will deal with clearance requests affected by the new capital distribution rules; and William Franklin extols the benefits of employee ownership trusts and the advantages for all involved.

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