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Helen McGhee considers the reasons to encourage your clients to consider alternative dispute resolution

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CIOT Conference Report

Mike Truman reports on the CIOT Spring Residential Conference held in Cambridge from 23–25 March 2018

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Professional skills

Jo Maughan explains why the key to your success is enhancing your self-knowledge

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Intangible fixed assets

Dan Millichip provides a reminder and update on seemingly simple intangible fixed assets

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EU Mandatory Disclosure Rules

Bill Dodwell considers the impact and reach of the EU Mandatory Disclosure rules

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Pensions

Rob Goodley and Mike Bonner-Davies consider the pension issues when planning for retirement overseas

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IFRS16

Caroline McCabe considers the impact of IFRS16 on the corporate interest restriction

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Reasonable excuse

Anton Lane provides an overview of the issues an adviser needs to consider representing a client in discussions about planning with HMRC

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Disguised remuneration

Patrick Cannon and Simon Farrell QC examine what remedies users of Disguised Remuneration arrangements may have against the advisers and IFAs who recommended they enter into the arrangements

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VAT and Property

Neil Warren considers the VAT challenges facing an accountancy practice buying a property for use in its business, which it then rents out three years later when it relocates to new premises

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Statutory Notices

Keith Gordon considers a recent Upper Tribunal case which looks at one consequence of a client signing a form 64-8

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Oil and gas taxation

Claire Angell and Amy Hunt consider the oil tax regime

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Payments by online platforms

Bill Dodwell considers the impact of the Hargreaves Lansdown case on whether payments by an online platform to its investors should be subject to income tax