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.
Cover story: Wyman Symposium 2017
Ian Young reports on this year’s Wyman Symposium, with the topic of How much longer can we rely on the taxation of labour? Speakers included Calum Chace, Helen Miller, Colin Ben-Nathan and Iain McCluskey.
MTD for Individuals: the quiet revolution
Caroline Miskin gives an update on Making Tax Digital for Individuals and looks at important developments affecting your personal tax clients
Finance Bill update 2017
Jane Moore looks at 2017’s Finance Bills – their timing and their titles
An exploration of diverted profits tax
Ian Young explores the rules for diverted profits tax, including an in-depth look at the recent Glencore Energy UK v HMRC case
Bridge the Gap: tax fears and elderly people
Julie Cameron discusses how tax charity Bridge the Gap can help elderly people struggling with tax
Book review: Tax Losses
Sarah Ghaffari reviews Katherine Ford’s comprehensive but manageable guide to tax losses