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Diana Onu and Andy Lymer consider what psychologists say about tax compliance
Tax compliance
1 April 2017

Diana Onu and Andy Lymer consider what psychologists say about tax compliance

Tom Klouda and  Ashley Prior consider the implementation of an equity reset for underperforming businesses
Private equity
1 April 2017

Tom Klouda and Ashley Prior consider the implementation of an equity reset for underperforming businesses

Giulia Cipollini and Giorgio Vaselli look at the new Italian rules for high net worth non-doms
Italian Tax

Giulia Cipollini and Giorgio Vaselli look at the new Italian rules for high net worth non-doms

Bill Dodwell examines the proposals in the Spring Budget of 2017
Budget 2017
1 April 2017

Bill Dodwell examines the proposals in the Spring Budget of 2017

Peter Steeds and Paul Fields examine BEPS Action 14, which seeks to improve dispute resolution mechanisms for relieving double taxation
BEPS
1 April 2017

Peter Steeds and Paul Fields examine BEPS Action 14, which seeks to improve dispute resolution mechanisms for relieving double taxation

Stephanie Symonds-Dye and Gareth Peyton consider the tax treatment of payments on termination of employment
Termination payments

Stephanie Symonds-Dye and Gareth Peyton consider the tax treatment of payments on termination of employment

Emma Florentin-Lee provides a refresher course on trusts
Back to Basics: Trusts
1 April 2017

Emma Florentin-Lee provides a refresher course on trusts

Helen Adams considers the Finance Bill’s proposed changes to enquiry closure notices
Closure notices
1 April 2017

Helen Adams considers the Finance Bill’s proposed changes to enquiry closure notices

Anton Lane looks at what advisers need to know regarding the tougher tests for reasonable excuse when offshore tax planning
Offshore tax
1 April 2017

Anton Lane looks at what advisers need to know regarding the tougher tests for reasonable excuse when offshore tax planning

Neil Warren considers the partial exemption de minimis rules and how these might produce a VAT windfall for some buy-to-let landlords of residential property
Residential property
1 April 2017

Neil Warren considers the partial exemption de minimis rules and how these might produce a VAT windfall for some buy-to-let landlords of residential property