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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.

How to tax a robot?
The Tax Faculty's technical lead, Anita Monteith, looks at the tax challenges brought by the increasing use of artificial intelligence and 'bots.

Chairman of the Tax Faculty reflects on the last few years
In 2015 Carl Bayley took over from Rebecca Benneyworth as chairman of the Tax Faculty. Here he discusses what the last few years have entailed.

Celebrating IR35’s 18th birthday
Sarah Ghaffari considers recent developments, touching on public sector reform and the private sector.

The requirement to correct and new penalties
Tax investigations expert John Cassidy explains the latest sanctions for offshore non-compliance.

HMRC agent services: what you need to know now
Caroline Miskin provides an update on HMRC online services for agents.

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In this edition, Anita Monteith asks whether it's possible to tax robots and Sarah Ghaffari looks at IR35 on their 18th anniversary.

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TAXline May 2018