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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.

How to offer new services to clients
Sue Moore explores how to offer new services to existing clients, focusing on estate planning and dealing with probate.

The tax implications of Brexit
Ian Young looks at the potential repercussions on VAT and direct tax, as well as UK trade and the exit charge.

MTD where are we now
The Tax Faculty has created a series of online resources on Making Tax Digital. Sarah Ghaffari outlines what's available and the latest on MTD.

How tax charities can help with depression
Julie Cameron explains how charities like TaxAid help those suffering with depression and tax problems.

More from the Tax Faculty conference
Learn about the sessions on: cloud technology; capital allowances; the compliance landscape in 2017; and what new for agents when working with HMRC.

A summary of Accountex 2017
Peter Allen reports from Accountex 2017, which offers a barometer of the issues that concern us about the running of a tax practice. Top this year is MTD.

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