TAXline: October 2019
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.
Cover story: Spotting the signs of economic abuse
Sofia Thomas CTA ATT explores economic abuse and the role that advisers can play in preventing it.
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Tax policy: a parliamentary perspective
Iain Wright explores macro and micro policy, big-ticket taxes, demographic tensions, proper parliamentary scrutiny and potential changes ahead.
Tax treatment of employees working from home
Sarah Bradford of Writetax Ltd considers the tax treatment of employees working from home.
Reflecting on the Senior Accounting Officer regime
Tony Monger of Mazars looks back on the Senior Accounting Officer regime and examines how it is operating 10 years on.
The ICAEW Tax Faculty Conference 2019 part two
The 2019 ICAEW Tax Faculty Conference was chaired by Peter Rayney, chairman of the Tax Faculty’s technical committee.
Partial exemption challenges with VAT
Neil Warren reviews the 2019 First-tier Tribunal case about input tax allocations on costs incurred by Royal Opera House Covent Garden Foundation.