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.
Outlining the Scottish income tax powers
Scotland has used its devolved powers to set income tax rates and bands for 2017/18. How will the position of Scottish taxpayers differ from the rest of the UK? Joanne Walker explains
Examining Finance Act 2017
With a (relatively) slimline Finance Act 2017 now on the statute books, Lindsey Wicks takes a look at what it includes
Key developments in tax of 2017
Tax Faculty chairman Carl Bayley offers his assessment of the big tax developments of 2017
The Tax Faculty Conference 2017
The first of two reports on the highlights from this year’s event, including: Rebecca Bennyworth on the Finance Bill and Spring Budget; changes to employment taxes; FRS 102 and UK GAAP; and changes to VAT.
Tax Faculty AGM
Chrissie O’Connor reports on all the changes and news from the Tax Faculty’s annual general meeting