Tax voice

Indirect Tax Voice
20 December 2016

Following the introduction by Michael Conlon QC, the morning VAT stream comprised sessions from Neil Hedger (HMRC) on business / non-business use, Etienne Wong on taxable persons, Stuart Walsh on avoidance and abuse and a panel session on avoidance.

Indirect Tax Voice
20 December 2016

The CIOT held its annual Indirect Taxes Conference in London on 27 September 2016

Indirect Tax Voice
20 December 2016

John Barnes provides a note on the details needed to explore the correct VAT liability

MOT Voice
27 October 2016

Rosemary Blundell considers some practical issues of the recent consultation document for enablers of tax avoidance

MOT Voice
27 October 2016

Tony Monger focuses in on the essential problem with these proposals

MOT Voice
27 October 2016

The representations made by the CIOT are invariably extremely well regarded for their balance and thoroughness – an insight from one member provides an illustration of the value of diversity in the process.

Advanced International Taxation (Thematic)
7 September 2016

Ken Almand provides a view of the rising importance of the subject

Advanced International Taxation (Jurisdiction)
7 September 2016

Manish Shah and Vipool Shah outline the key pointers that indicate that the tax environment in India has become quite dynamic and that much is being done to create a taxpayer friendly environment for compliant taxpayers

Advanced International Taxation (Jurisdiction)
7 September 2016

David Treitel outlines the challenges and concludes that the one certainty is that whoever wins the Presidential race the US tax system is unlikely to become less complicated

Principles of International Taxation
7 September 2016

Philip Baker notes the impact of the BEPS Project: whilst it did not set out fundamentally to amend or rethink the basic principles and those principles remain largely intact, there are significant modifications