Features

John Chaplin and Sam Moore provide guidance on the potential challenges faced by MNEs with international supply chains as a result of IR35 reform
IR35
1 May 2019

John Chaplin and Sam Moore provide guidance on the potential challenges faced by MNEs with international supply chains as a result of IR35 reform

Sara Bonavia considers the income tax aspects of loss relief for farmers
Loss Relief
1 May 2019

Sara Bonavia considers the income tax aspects of loss relief for farmers

Jon Preshaw looks at the new legislation which imposes civil penalties on those who ‘enable’ offshore non-compliance
Penalties
1 May 2019

Jon Preshaw looks at the new legislation which imposes civil penalties on those who ‘enable’ offshore non-compliance

Gemma Tetlow considers the barriers to tax policymaking
Policymaking
1 May 2019

Gemma Tetlow considers the barriers to tax policymaking

Bill Dodwell looks at recent work done about the usage and cost of tax reliefs
Tax Reliefs
1 May 2019

Bill Dodwell looks at recent work done about the usage and cost of tax reliefs

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

Neil Warren considers how much input tax can be claimed on some expenses where HMRC might argue that the cost partly or wholly relates to non-business or private use
Input tax
1 April 2019

Neil Warren considers how much input tax can be claimed on some expenses where HMRC might argue that the cost partly or wholly relates to non-business or private use