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.
The ups and downs of life as a tax practitioner
As well as being a technical manager at ICAEW, Sue Moore runs her own practice specialising in private client work. Here she shares some of the frustrations of being a tax practitioner.
Labour and the gig economy
In her second article looking at the sharing economy, Anita Monteith considers the rise of the gig economy and how shared labour should be taxed.
Checking calculations for self-employed NIC
Caroline Miskin highlights some of the current problems in collecting class 2 and 4 national insurance contributions through self assessment.
Changes to UK tax from April 2017
Lindsey Wicks provides a helpful roundup of tax changes coming in April 2017.
Business rates revaluation 2017
The new property valuation list may mean bigger rates bills for some businesses. Roberty Lillycrop explains how to make an appeal.
The construction industry scheme
Technical Manager Sarah Ghaffari reports on Tim Palmer's talk about the construction industry scheme at February's Tax Club event.
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