Management of taxes

Keith Gordon looks at a case which considers the employment status of educational staff engaged by the National Gallery
Employment status
1 April 2019

Keith Gordon looks at a case which considers the employment status of educational staff engaged by the National Gallery

Alison Lobb and Jennifer Breeze examine the OECD Consultation Document ‘Addressing the Tax Challenges of the Digitalisation of the Economy’
Digitalisation of the economy

Alison Lobb and Jennifer Breeze examine the OECD Consultation Document ‘Addressing the Tax Challenges of the Digitalisation of the Economy’

Bill Dodwell considers the meaning of simplification in tax
Simplification
1 April 2019

Bill Dodwell considers the meaning of simplification in tax

Harriet Brown considers HMRC’s information powers in an international context
Information powers
1 April 2019

Harriet Brown considers HMRC’s information powers in an international context

Tarlochan Lall looks at the likelihood of a no deal Brexit, and what that means for us
Brexit
12 March 2019

Tarlochan Lall looks at the likelihood of a no deal Brexit, and what that means for us

Joanne Walker and Charlotte Barbour report on a new initiative by the CIOT and ICAS
Scottish Taxes

Joanne Walker and Charlotte Barbour report on a new initiative by the CIOT and ICAS

Patricia Mock discusses some practical tax points to consider before 5 April 2019 to utilise available tax allowances and exemptions
Tax reliefs
1 March 2019

Patricia Mock discusses some practical tax points to consider before 5 April 2019 to utilise available tax allowances and exemptions

Tax Policy Making
1 March 2019

Bill Dodwell reflects upon the changes we have seen in recent tax policymaking processes

Michael Beart and Francis Fitzpatrick QC consider the impact of the new profit fragmentation legislation
Profit Fragmentation

Michael Beart and Francis Fitzpatrick QC consider the impact of the new profit fragmentation legislation

Keith Gordon looks at a case which considers whether civil penalties charged by HMRC are criminal in nature for human rights purposes
Penalties
1 March 2019

Keith Gordon looks at a case which considers whether civil penalties charged by HMRC are criminal in nature for human rights purposes