In this issue, Lindsey Wicks explains the theme behind the Tax Faculty’s budget submission, Peter Rayney reports on the 18th Practical Tax Conference, Rachael Dronfield examines a First-tier Tribunal decision and Angela Clegg explains the new reporting requirement that could apply to transactions that happen on or after 25 June 2018.
Access 2019 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.
In this issue, Rebecca Seeley Harris discusses the off-payroll working rules, Randeep Dhaliwal explains tax implications for people who receive gifts to promote brands and Andy Tall takes a practical look at the preparations non-resident landlords and their agents need to make.
In this issue, Tony Monger looks at the Senior Accounting Officer regime, Neil Warren reviews the 2019 First-tier Tribunal case, Iain Wright explores macro and micro policy and Sarah Bradford considers the tax treatment of employees working from home.
In this issue, Angela Clegg gives her views on HMRC’s use of the nudge theory, Wendy Nicholls and David Green assess the Organisation for Economic Operation and Development’s workplan and Gary Millner explains how tax charities can help banish the nightmares of tax.
In this issue, Kathryn Cearns OBE talks to journalist Caroline Biebuyck about the challenges in creating a more straightforward tax system, Bryan Crawford considers the actions that taxpayers should be taking when it comes to buildings allowances and Caroline Miskin explains Making Tax Digital for VAT’s recordkeeping requirements.
In this issue, Tina Riches considers HMRC’s updated view on tax avoidance schemes, Anita Monteith considers what lies over the horizon for Making Tax Digital, Julie Butler looks at how to treat wayleaves and Sarah Bradford explores the tax treatment of travel expenses incurred by employees in a range of situations.
In this issue, Paul Aplin provides his own perspective on tax, Sue Moore considers the impact of theEU money laundering directive on trusts, Joanne Walker looks at the Scottish income tax system for 2019/20 and Peter Bickley reports on a selection of points from the CIOT/ATT London Branch Employment taxes conference.
In this issue, Kate Upcraft looks at the practicalities of employees starting and leaving employment, Jane Moore, former editor of TAXline, takes a look at the evolution of the magazine, Lynnette Bober explores cryptoassets and Kevin Slevin explains how Finance Act 2019 has changed the rules for entrepreneurs’ relief.
In this issue, Rebecca Cave explains the tax treatment of low emission vehicles, Rebecca Benneyworth discusses Making Tax Digital and the loan charge legislation, Julie Butler considers executorship and what ICAEW members can do and Jane Moore rounds up the tax items from the Spring Statement 2019.
In this issue, Ray Chidell and Jake Iles look at the implications of the 2019 May v HMRC case on capital allowances, Robin Williamson reports on the 2019 case of Krzysztof Pokorowski v HMRC and Ian Young looks at developments in the digital economy – both in the UK and internationally.