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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.

Using the non-statutory clearance facility
Pete Miller of The Miller Partnership explains how to use the non-statutory clearance facility.

Cross-border implications of technology in tax
Ian Hayes discusses the cross-border implications of technology in tax and what it means for tax advisers.

More tax issues affecting farmers
Farming specialist Wayne Glenton looks at the use of limited companies, land ownership and other tax issues affecting farmers.

Tax implications for married versus cohabiting couples
Robin Williamson considers the 2018 case of Siobhan McLaughlin and the tax and benefits implications for married versus cohabiting couples.

EU new disclosure rules
Jane Moore looks at the new disclosure rules devised by the EU and the OECD.

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In this issue, Wayne Glenton looks at the use of limited companies and Jane Moore looks at the new disclosure rules devised by the EU.

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TAXline October 2018