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Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Beating the buy-to-let interest relief restriction by Robert Maas
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Making Tax Digital: Discussion and Disagreement on the Cost of MTD by Lee Sharpe
The potential implications for tax planning following the recent election results.
Our Accountex 2017 highlights
Author: David Quentin
Tax justice in the Brexit/Trump era
Euthanizing capitalism: some thoughts on "Postcapitalism" by Paul Mason and "Inventing the Future" by Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams
On Paul Mason’s call for corporate tax cuts
Tax myths and other topics
David Cameron’s dad’s fund, and tax haven UK
Tax incidence revisited
The other four fifths of the corporate tax "incidence" question
“Pensioner” really means rich white man of any age
Regularly updated by leading Tax lawyers and features the latest tax news and expert comments.
Non-domicile reforms are to proceed, backdated to 5 April 2017
Convictions for tax fraud up again
Non-domicile reforms – the uncertainty continues
Government drops majority of Finance Bill; impact for non-domiciles
UK residential property owned by non-domiciliaries; change to proposed new IHT charges for lenders and borrowers
Draft Finance Bill 2017—new corporate interest restriction provisions
UK residential property owned by non-domiciliaries; unexpected announcement of IHT charges for lenders and borrowers
Author: Ann L Humphrey
Getting under the skin of tax law
Author: Jolyon Maugham, barrister
Musings on tax avoidance. I am a barrister specialising in tax whose practice consists in large part of litigating high profile alleged avoidance transactions. In this blog I hope to shed some light on some of the debates and common misconceptions around tax and tax avoidance in the UK.
Uber – a new front
The (missing) Conservative Party Manifesto 2017
Grenfell Disaster Relief Funds
On whether and why the Article 50 Bill is flawed
How to choose the next Prime Minister – and influence Brexit
Sometimes you try and you do not succeed
The social care u-turn. What it really means.
Will we negotiate in parallel or in sequence? Does it even matter?