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13:20

Non-doms targeted and staff disadvantaged: the week in news

As ever, regulatory grumbles and ombudsman decisions also feature on our end of week round-up.

Aug 24, 2016

Three in five people ‘unprepared’ for care costs

Most people have not factored cost of care into retirement plan, finds Citizens Advice.

Aug 24, 2016

HMRC proposes tough new offshore assets tax sanctions

Those dodging tax offshore have been given until September 2018 to correct their affairs.

Aug 23, 2016

HMRC clarifies non-dom residence test rules

Tax experts welcome further detail, but admit these are only minor changes.

Aug 23, 2016

Non-dom reform should be delayed until 2018

Accountancy firm argues with a second consultation not finishing until October, there is not enough time to get ready for next April.

Aug 22, 2016

New salary sacrifice rules disadvantage existing staff

Proposed level playing field created by the shake-up of salary sacrifice rules have come under fire from an accountant.

Analysis & Opinion

Emma Ann Hughes| 11:23

Mind your Tweets in case HMRC is watching you

Unless HM Revenue & Customs becomes Big Brother how is it going to enact certain tax avoidance crackdowns?

Tax spotlight: Salary sacrifice

Aug 19, 2016

Tax spotlight: Salary sacrifice

HMRC has begun a new consultation into the employer benefits, but there is still a lot to consider. Danny Cox finds out more.

Ways to mitigate inheritance tax

Aug 02, 2016 |

Ways to mitigate inheritance tax

There are several ways to mitigate inheritance tax, including investing in business property relief, gifting and having an Aim portfolio of...

Getting personal

Jul 22, 2016

Getting personal

Maximising tax allowances has always been at the heart of tax planning. Danny Cox explains the latest changes to personal allowances.

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Guide to CGT and Trusts

Given the constant tinkering with capital gains tax (CGT) liabilities it is important to revisit your client’s financial arrangements.

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HMRC is not kind, nor does it care

Various tax crackdowns have meant advisers need to present water-tight advice.

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Advisers could benefit from entrepreneurs’ relief

More headline-grabbing tax changes were announced in the 2016 Budget

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Advisers could benefit from entrepreneurs’ relief

More headline-grabbing tax changes were announced in the 2016 Budget.

Recent Articles
  1. Treasury to stamp out non-dom IHT loophole
    Aug 22, 2016

    Treasury to stamp out non-dom IHT loophole

    From April, non-doms will no longer be able to shelter their UK residential property from the taxman.

  2. Tax avoidance and scary Sipps: the week in news
    Aug 19, 2016

    Tax avoidance and scary Sipps: the week in news

    The future of tax policy and more accusations thrown at the ombudsman also feature in the round-up.

  3. HMRC says ‘no way’ tax planning will be considered avoidance
    Aug 19, 2016

    HMRC says ‘no way’ tax planning will be considered avoidance

    Those who sell tax avoidance schemes try to conflate their work with legitimate tax planning, a spokesman says.

  4. Tax playing field levelled but unfair, advisers say
    Aug 17, 2016

    Tax playing field levelled but unfair, advisers say

    Proposed tax changes could affect employee benefits in the UK, experts warn.

  5. Advisers sceptical about Treasury tax fine plans
    Aug 17, 2016

    Advisers sceptical about Treasury tax fine plans

    Tax avoidance could be a grey area, some advisers have said.

  6. HMRC says voluntary PAYG system could be ready for 2018
    Aug 16, 2016

    HMRC says voluntary PAYG system could be ready for 2018

    Businesses will be able to make payments online towards their estimated liabilities, says tax office.

  7. HMRC looks at changing how landlords are taxed
    Aug 15, 2016

    HMRC looks at changing how landlords are taxed

    Change would provide landlords with more certainty and simplicity, according to the consultation.

  8. HMRC to end salary sacrifice as we know it
    From Pensions| Aug 12, 2016

    HMRC to end salary sacrifice as we know it

    Many employers will be tempted to remove or reduce the salary sacrifice options available in future, warns tax expert.

  9. Ingenious wins Pyrrhic victory against HMRC
    Aug 05, 2016

    Ingenious wins Pyrrhic victory against HMRC

    Tribunal rules in favour of Ingenious but tax expert says HMRC will be “very content” with decision.

  10. Bank of England rate cut should trigger tax reform
    Aug 04, 2016

    Bank of England rate cut should trigger tax reform

    Base rate cut should make government reconsider the personal savings allowance.

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