Sacha Dalton

Sacha Dalton

Technical
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

The CIOT, LITRG and ATT have responded to the Treasury Committee’s wide-ranging Inquiry into VAT and its Sub-Committee’s Inquiry into The conduct of tax enquiries and the resolution of tax disputes. In addition to our written responses we have also given oral evidence to the Committees

Technical
1 June 2018

The ATT and CIOT have responded to the consultation on reforms to the corporate intangible fixed assets regime.

Technical
1 June 2018

Spring saw a number of announcements relating to the taxation of the digitalised economy. The CIOT remains engaged with the debate on which governments and the international tax community are firmly focused.

Technical

The ATT and CIOT have met with HMRC to discuss potential reforms to the corporate intangible fixed assets regime.

Technical
1 May 2018

The month, in our series of articles about the CIOT’s technical sub-committees, CIOT Technical Officer Sacha Dalton outlines the work of the Corporate Taxes sub-committee.

Technical
1 April 2018

On 28 February 2018, HMRC launched a digital portal for the corporate interest restriction (CIR) aimed at enabling taxpayers to appoint a reporting company and for the reporting company to be able to submit an interest restriction return. Companies can use this portal by logging on with the same credentials that are used to complete their corporation tax return.

Technical
1 April 2018

Following an announcement at the Autumn Budget, the government published a consultation document on Royalties Withholding Tax on 1 December 2017. Following a meeting with HMRC and HMT, the CIOT responded to these proposals, reiterating our view that, following the US tax reforms, which occurred after the announcement, the proposed measures would not raise any significant revenue for the Exchequer, but would result in significant costs for HMRC (as well as taxpayers) in terms of compliance.