Management of taxes

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

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

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

Keith Gordon provides an update on the Construction Industry Scheme case of JP Whitter (Waterwell Engineers) Ltd v HMRC
Construction industry scheme
1 April 2017

Keith Gordon provides an update on the Construction Industry Scheme case of JP Whitter (Waterwell Engineers) Ltd v HMRC

Bill Dodwell considers the next steps for public country-by-country reporting
Country-by-country reporting
1 March 2017

Bill Dodwell considers the next steps for public country-by-country reporting

David Hughes consides the importance of directors meetings in relation to the determination of where a company is resident
Corporate residence
1 March 2017

David Hughes considers the importance of directors meetings in relation to the determination of where a company is resident

Kate Ison, Andrew Tuson and Rebekka Sandwell explain what to consider if you have an ongoing tax dispute against HMRC in light of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union
Cross border disputes

Kate Ison , Andrew Tuson and Rebekka Sandwell explain what to consider if you have an ongoing tax dispute against HMRC in light of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union

Keith Gordon considers a case which addresses the question as to whether a receipt is capital or revenue in nature
Income Tax
1 March 2017

Keith Gordon considers a case which addresses the question as to whether a receipt is capital or revenue in nature

Increasing the burden – Corporate interest
Corporate interest
1 February 2017

Liz Hughes and Alastair Munro provide an overview of the new corporate interest restriction