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Non-resident landlord companies are being brought within the scope of UK corporation tax from 6 April 2020. This means that they will no longer be liable to income tax on their profits but will be liable to UK corporation tax instead.
Andy White, Senior Partner at CBW, examines whether the tax authority’s latest attempts to clampdown on tax avoidance are really necessary and, more importantly, how they could fundamentally infringe upon taxpayers’ rights.
CBW has won yet another appeal before the Tax Tribunal, Cooke v HMRC. It was an appeal against a “discovery” assessment, that is one where HMRC raises an assessment late.
In order to meet increased money laundering standards, HMRC have launched a new Online Trust and Estate Register.
Following the results of last week’s general election, we feel it is important to highlight the effect on April’s Finance Bill.
A number of people who are building up a buy-to-let portfolio in their own name are asking whether they should incorporate the business in the light of the proposed restriction on relief for interest paid.
When HMRC announced that it would introduce a statutory residence test, there was a collective sigh of relief from the tax profession; at last, some certainty! At least, that is what we hoped would be achieved.
Just prior to the Christmas break, HMRC released draft legislation that they will look to include within the 2016 Finance Bill. Amongst the 645 pages is a new piece of anti-avoidance legislation that is a real nasty!
Last night, CBW’s Robert Maas delivered his somewhat controversial speech, entitled ‘Working with HMRC’ at the Hardman Lecture and dinner; ICAEW Tax Faculty’s main annual prestigious event.
Robert Maas, consultant at CBW, looks back at his 50 years as a tax practitioner – and his experience creating HMRC’s inaugural self-assessment system.
Robert Maas, tax consultant at Carter Backer Winter was struck by April's economia essay in which Diarmid O’Sullivan – an advisor at ActionAid UK – set out ActionAid’s five-point plan to tackle tax avoidance
The CIOT have been in discussions with HMRC in relation to the valuation of goodwill in trade related properties. They kindly let me join in.