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TAXline: December 2018

In this issue, Frank Haskew looks back over the events of 2018, Sue Moore and Anita Monteith report on software for Making Tax Digital, Julie Cameron explores the hurdles facing unrepresented taxpayers and Julie Butler considers the case of HMRC v The Personal Representative of Maureen Vigne on business property relief.

Cover story: Looking ahead to 2019
Frank Haskew, head of the ICAEW Tax Faculty, looks back over the events of 2018.

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MTD Live 
Sue Moore and Anita Monteith report on an ICAEW event focusing on software for Making Tax Digital.

The 2018 Tax Faculty Hardman Lecture
Ian Young reports on 2018’s Hardman Lecture, given by Jill Rutter, programme director at the Institute for Government.

Bridge The Gap
Julie Cameron explores the hurdles facing unrepresented taxpayers who appeal against HMRC decisions.

Exploration of HMRC v Maureen Vigne
Julie Butler considers the case of HMRC v The Personal Representative of Maureen Vigne on business property relief.

The ICAEW Tax Faculty Conference 2018 – part two
The 2018 ICAEW Tax Faculty Conference was chaired by Mary Monfries and Frank Haskew.

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In this issue, Frank Haskew looks back over the events of 2018 and Julie Cameron explores the hurdles facing unrepresented taxpayers.

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