Personal tax

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Case update
1 February 2019

Keith Gordon looks at new developments in cases he has covered in Tax Adviser

Keith Gordon looks at a case which considers how to interpret a Double Taxation Treaty in the light of a deeming provision in the domestic law
Deeming provisions
1 February 2019

Keith Gordon looks at a case which considers how to interpret a Double Taxation Treaty in the light of a deeming provision in the domestic law

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HMRC Guidance
1 January 2019

Bill Dodwell looks at when we can rely on guidance from HMRC in our complex tax system

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Main Residence Relief
1 January 2019

Keith Gordon looks at a case which considers the ‘period of ownership’ for the purposes of main residence relief

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Deductible expenses
1 January 2019

Meg Saksida considers the impact of the recent case of an exotic dancer who won her appeal on deductible expenses against HMRC in the FTT

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Budget
1 December 2018

Bill Dodwell considers the implications of Budget 2018

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Domicile
1 December 2018

Andrew Titchener provides an overview of the practical issues faced by high net worth individuals, families and entrepreneurs regarding domicile

Enterprise Management Incentive schemes
Management of Taxes Voice
15 November 2018

Enterprise Management Incentive schemes are simply the most tax efficient and flexible share option plans. But, says David Marcussen , just make sure you don’t fall foul of the rules – it’s easy to do.

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HMRC Guidance
1 November 2018

Bill Dodwell looks at the recent OTS report on HMRC guidance

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Business Tax Voice
3 October 2018

It’s surprisingly easy to get caught out by Entrepreneurs’ and Investors’ Relief. Here David Marcussen explains the dangers – and how to avoid them.