TAXline: November 2019
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.
Cover story: Tax implications for social media stars
Randeep Dhaliwal explains the tax implications for people who receive gifts to promote brands to their followers.
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Policymaking for a digitally advanced tax administration
Steve Wade challenges the government to reflect its ambition for a digitally advanced tax administration in the tax policy consultation process.
Assessing whether IR35 applies
Rebecca Seeley Harris discusses the reforms to the off-payroll working rules.
The profitability of woodland
Julie Butler and Fred Butler look at factors driving the profitability of woodland together with a reminder of the tax reliefs and exemptions available.
The enquiry powers applicable to LLPs
John Cassidy examines the 2019 case of Inverclyde Property Renovation LLP and Clackmannanshire Regeneration LLP.
The migration of corporate non-resident landlords to corporation tax
Andy Tall takes a practical look at the preparations non-resident landlords and their agents need to make.