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Tax voice

Tax Voice is a specialist, technical supplement from our sub-committees.

Tarlochan Lall considers the main consequences for VAT if there is no Brexit deal

Indirect Tax Voice


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Enterprise Management Incentive schemes
Management of Taxes Voice

Enterprise Management Incentive schemes are simply the most tax efficient and flexible share option plans. But, says David Marcussen , just make sure you don’t fall foul of the rules – it’s easy to do.

Political conferences

George Crozier looks at the impact of impending Brexit on this year’s conference season and the parties’ tax and economic plans

Loss Relief

Pete Miller explains why new loss restriction compliance requirements apply to all companies, not just those with profits of more than £5 million


Jo Myers examines the OECD’s ongoing work on BEPS Actions 8-10: Financial Transactions

HMRC Guidance

Bill Dodwell looks at the recent OTS report on HMRC guidance

Debt restructuring

Mandipa Soni provides practical guidance on avoiding common pitfalls when dealing with debt restructuring

Disguised Remuneration

Phil Gilbert provides guidance on how to ensure any of your clients who have been involved in disguised remuneration avoidance schemes are able to settle

Global Employment

Robert Salter provides guidance on the HR, finance and payroll aspects international businesses need to consider when recruiting or seconding employees abroad

Share Purchase Agreements and Tax Deeds

Satvi Vepa provides a guide to the main tax provisions in share purchase agreements and tax deeds

VAT and Business Activity

Edd Thompson considers the impact of the recent judgment from the Court of Appeal in Wakefield College on the concept of ‘business activity’

Employment Status

Keith Gordon looks at a case which considers the employment status of professional football referees

ADIT Voice

Imran Ali examines some of the pressures (both domestic and international) that the Caribbean authorities face, and their responses to such challenges