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TAXline 2017

Access 2017 editions of TAXline, the Tax Faculty's monthly magazine, providing analysis from experts on a range of tax issues, including VAT, inheritance tax and Making Tax Digital, as well as practical tips for practitioners, important deadlines and dates and the latest news from the faculty.

TAXline: December 2017

In the December 2017 issue of TAXline, Mary Monfries shares her Hardman lecture, Frank Haskew reviews the past year's developments in tax, Lynnette Bober describes 2017’s changes for non-doms and Paul Morton and Ruth Corkin, from the Office of Tax Simplification, outline their latest work on the future for VAT.

TAXline: November 2017

In this issue of TAXline, Robin Williamson outlines what personal representatives need to know when it comes to income tax and capital gains on estates; Ian Young examines the effect of human rights charters on taxpayers’ rights at home and abroad; Lynnette Bober explains the new rebasing relief available to foreign domiciliaries and John Cassidy assesses HMRC’s latest nudge letters.

TAXline: October 2017

In this issue of the Tax Faculty's monthly magazine: Jane Moore looks at this year’s Finance Bills – their timing and their titles. Caroline Miskin gives an update on Making Tax Digital for Individuals and how it affects your clients. The rules on diverted profits tax and a look at the recent Glencore Energy UK v HMRC case from Ian Young.

TAXline: September 2017

In this issue of the Tax Faculty's monthly magazine: Mary Monfries examines the role of tax in creating a stronger global economy; Jason Collins explains the new corporate criminal offence of facilitating tax evasion; Ian Young provides an update on Brexit and Julie Butler on tax reliefs on the purchase of farm buildings.

TAXline: August 2017

In this issue of the Tax Faculty's monthly magazine: Nigel Holmes of tax relief specialist Catax considers research and development tax relief in the UK, Anita Monteith considers the UK’s tax base and where the UK’s income is going to come from, including what debt we may be leaving future generations, Gillian Banks of PwC considers the First-tier Tribunal case of Higgins v HMRC (2017).

TAXline: July 2017

In this issue of the Tax Faculty's monthly magazine: Sue Moore explores how to offer new services to existing clients; Ian Young looks at the tax implications of Brexit; Sarah Ghaffari outlines the resources available on the MTD hub alongside the latest developments; Julie Cameron explains how charities can help those suffering with depression; and reports from the Tax Faculty conference and Accountex 2017.

TAXline: June 2017

In this issue of the Tax Faculty's monthly magazine: Joanne Walker explains how tax rates and bands in 2017/18 will differ in Scotland; Lindsey Wicks takes us through the Finance Act 2017; Tax Faculty chairman Carl Bayley examines the most significant changes in tax this year; and we report on the Tax Faculty conference and AGM.

TAXline: May 2017

In this issue of the Tax Faculty's monthly magazine: Caroline Miskin explains how the critieria for self assessment filing are changing; the Office of Tax Simplification's Nigel Mellor asks for your thoughts on VAT; and Peter Bickley provides an overview of important changes relating to disguised remuneration and off-payroll working.

TAXline: April 2017

In this issue of the Tax Faculty's monthly magazine: Frank Haskew explains the updated professional standards on tax advice in the UK, Julie Butler explains the tax rules that apply when selling small parcels of farm land, Sarah Ghaffari examines the rules for UK businesses as to when a trade occurs and Randeep Dhaliwal reports on how younger members can succeed at work amid the politics of the office

TAXline: March 2017

In this issue of the Tax Faculty's monthly magazine: Lindsey Wicks provides a summary of the tax changes coming into force in April 2017; Anita Monteith continues her examination of taxation and the gig economy; and Robert Lilly crop explains how to appeal business rates increases as a result of the new property valuation list.

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