18/11/2019, by Tax Insider, Tax Articles - Property Taxation
Where a property is owned jointly, the tax treatment depends upon a number of factors not least as to whether the owners are married and whether the property is ... Continue Reading
11/11/2019, by BKL, Tax Articles - Property Taxation
BKL Tax provides a useful summary of some of the key GGT changes to property disposals from April 2020.
On 6 April 2020, capital gains tax (CGT) on property ... Continue Reading
11/11/2019, by RSM UK, Tax Articles - HMRC Administration, Practice & Methods
RSM UK's George Bull considers how HMRC is developing an appetite for retrospective taxation.
The UK has been paying taxes since well before electrically ... Continue Reading
04/11/2019, by Tax Insider, Tax Articles - Property Taxation
The ideal in inheritance tax (IHT) lifetime planning would be for the owner of a main residence to gift the property to another such that the property does not ... Continue Reading
01/11/2019, by Tony Monger, Tax Articles - Tax Investigations & Enquiries
HMRC's overbearing predilection for treating taxpayer mistakes as deliberate is common knowledge amongst the profession. Tony Monger, Director of Tax Investigations ... Continue Reading
22/10/2019, by Tax Insider, Tax Articles - Property Taxation
Trusts are created for a number of reasons but with reference to property that reason is invariably for protection.
The beneficiary may become ... Continue Reading
15/10/2019, by Tax Insider, Tax Articles - Income Tax
Iain Rankin looks at a question sometimes asked by company owners.
Many employers offer salary sacrifice arrangements, where an employee salary is reduced in exchange ... Continue Reading
07/10/2019, by Peter Vaines, Tax Articles - Business Tax
Peter Vaines comments on the notorious Employee Benefit Trust "Loan Charge", and two important cases for Entrepreneurs' Relief and Personal Service Companies, aka ... Continue Reading
19/09/2019, by BKL, Tax Articles - Capital Gains Tax, CGT
BKL's Geraint Jones warns that HMRC is taking a proactive approach to taxing cryptocurrency gains.
Interest in cryptocurrency is continuing to grow and HMRC is ... Continue Reading
19/09/2019, by RSM UK, Tax Articles - Business Tax
RSM UK's George Bull explains why a recent IFS report is wrong to suggest that partnerships should pay more National Insurance Contributions
The title of ... Continue Reading