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.
Cover story: How Brexit will affect the taxation of Spanish holiday homes
Alistair Spence Clarke, founding partner of Spence Clarke & Co., explains how Brexit will affect the taxation of Spanish holiday homes and investments.
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What does the move to digital mean for cash?
Anita Monteith considers how new digital methods, such as blockchain and cryptocurrencies, are affecting all aspects of business.
2018 Wyman Symposium – employment status
Ian Young reports on the 2018 Wyman Symposium, which discussed employment status and tax and national insurance contributions.
Foreign dividends – tax rates and tax credits
Lynnette Bober explains the tax rules for remitted foreign dividend income and how best to fill in the self assessment return for your non-domiciled clients.
Taxing the gig economy – what’s the answer?
Jane Moore reports on the June 2018 meeting of Tax Club, which featured experts Jolyon Maugham QC and EY’s Steve Wade.
Partial surrenders following the Lobler case
Robin Williamson explains how taxpayers can be relieved of ‘wholly disproportionate’ tax liabilities.