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Tax voice

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

Employment Taxes Voice - Issue 4

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Tax Technology

Tom Churton asks how tax departments can use technology to improve their processes and prepare for the future

Bill Dodwell asks whether tax reporting for the self-employed and residential landlords can be simplified
Tax Reporting

Bill Dodwell asks whether tax reporting for the self-employed and residential landlords can be simplified

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Tax Planning

Jon Elphick explains the best ways to manage tax planning for internet influencers

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HMRC Guidance

Keith Gordon discusses the Court of Appeal’s approach to a taxpayer’s reliance on a statement in HMRC’s manuals

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Employee benefits

Employee benefits can be an excellent tool when it comes to recruiting and retaining staff, writes Georgiana Head

Ray Magill considers transfers to a non-domiciled spouse or civil partner
Inheritance tax

Ray Magill considers transfers to a non-domiciled spouse or civil partner

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Fifth Money Laundering Directive

Simon McKie and Sharon McKie examine the additional burdens which will be placed on trustees if the Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive is transposed into UK law

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Pensions

Kelly Sizer reflects on the pensions money purchase annual allowance, how taxpayers might avoid triggering it and compliance pitfalls

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Digital Service Tax

Peter Stevens explains the UK’s interim position in relation to the digital services tax

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Agent Forum

The new Agent Forum is being tested at community.hmrc.gov.uk . CIOT’s Richard Wild and ATT’s Helen Thornley want you to try it out

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VAT

Jeremy Woolf asks whether the four VAT ‘quick fixes’ for cross-border supplies of goods may not be simple to apply in practice

Bill Dodwell considers the Office of Tax Simplification’s report on Taxation and Life Events
Life Events

Bill Dodwell considers the Office of Tax Simplification’s report on Taxation and Life Events

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