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TAXline 2018

Access 2018 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: November 2018

In this issue, Sarah Bradford explains the new rules regarding taxing termination payments, Ian Young reports on this year’s CFE Tax Advisers Europe annual meeting from September 2018 and Sue Moore summarises the issues for practitioners working at the coal face, including Making Tax Digital and cryptocurrencies.

TAXline: October 2018

In this issue, Pete Miller explains how to use the non-statutory clearance facility, Ian Hayes discusses the cross-border implications of technology in tax, Wayne Glenton looks at the use of limited companies, land ownership and other tax issues affecting farmers and Jane Moore looks at the new disclosure rules devised by the EU and the OECD.

TAXline: September 2018

In this issue, Sue Moore explains the rules to restrict finance costs, Frank Haskew considers how tax professionals can prepare for Brexit, Rebecca Cave summarises the key proposals contained in the Finance Bill legislation and Caroline Miskin explains HMRC’s standard procedures for registering clients for self assessment.

TAXline: August 2018

In this issue, Alistair Spence Clarke explains how Brexit will affect the taxation of Spanish holiday homes, Anita Monteith considers how new digital methods are affecting all aspects of business, Ian Young reports on the 2018 Wyman Symposium and Lynnette Bober explains the tax rules for remitted foreign dividend income.

TAXline: July 2018

In this issue, Kevin Slevin explains the Finance Act 2016 anti-avoidance rules on liquidation distributions, ICAEW’s president Paul Aplin sets out his priorities for 2018, Andrew Parrock describes the new Office of Tax Simplification strategic review on HMRC’s guidance and Jane Moore looks at the latest Office of Tax Simplification report.

TAXline: June 2018

In this issue, farming tax specialist Wayne Glenton looks at practical and technical tax issues when acting for farmers, Mary Monfries considers the issues facing the tax profession, Ian Young reports on the international tax summit and Chrissie O’Connor reports from the Tax Faculty’s 27th Annual General Meeting.

TAXline: May 2018

In this edition, Anita Monteith asks whether it's possible to tax robots, Carl Bayley reflects on his time as chair of the Tax Faculty, John Cassidy explains sanctions for offshore non-compliance, Caroline Miskin gives an update on HMRC’s online services for agents, and Sarah Ghaffari takes a closer look at IR35 on the 18th anniversary of its introduction.

TAXline: April 2018

In this issue, Robin Williamson reports on the the 25th anniversary of the founding of TaxAid, Lynnette Bober of the Tax Faculty’s Private Client Committee explains the new rules for DOTAS and inheritance tax and Jane Moore summarises the tax announcements from 2018’s Spring Statement.

TAXline: March 2018

In this issue: Gary Rowson looks at the alarming increase in deliberate penalties from HMRC, Jane Moore considers the government’s plan to extend the assessment time limits for offshore non-compliance and Lynnette Bober and Andrew Cockman detail two practical points on entrepreneurs’ relief that have been discussed with HMRC.

TAXline: February 2018

In this issue, Robin Williamson’s rundown on the law on tax and human rights in Britain and Europe, Lindsey Wicks provides a thorough analysis of what the latest Finance Bill contains and Jane Moore looks at the PAC’s findings.

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