Helen Thornley

Helen Thornley

Helen Thornley MA (Cantab) joined the Association of Taxation Technicians in July 2017 after ten years in practice specialising in private client work. Based in Cumbria, she writes about the interesting aspects of taxes both ancient and modern.

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The ATT, CIOT and LITRG have separately responded to the government’s off-payroll working in the private sector consultation and urged the government to rethink its approach

Technical

This month, in our series of articles about the different technical committees, ATT Technical Officers Emma Rawson, Will Silsby and Helen Thornley outline the work of the ATT’s Technical Steering Group (TSG) and its VAT sub-group.

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Agent Services Account
1 September 2018

Helen Thornley considers what advisers need to know about the new Agent Services Account

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1 September 2018

With the growing number and variety of cryptoassets such as cryptocurrencies and digital tokens, the tax treatment can be complex and there is increasing need for clear guidance on the tax and accounting issues.

Technical
1 September 2018

HMRC has been holding a number of co-design workshops to seek feedback on the design of a new ‘front door’ to HMRC online services.

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1 August 2018

The ATT and CIOT have recently responded to a consultation on how best to extend the tax relief available to individuals paying for their own work-related training who cannot obtain relief under current rules.

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Following a number of issues with the Trust Registration Service (TRS) in 2016-17, where are we for 2017-18 registrations?

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1 August 2018

This month, in our series of articles about the CIOT technical sub-committees, Richard Wild outlines the work of the joint CIOT and ATT Working Together Sub-committee.