Tax Journal

Mario Petriccione and Nick Gurteen (KPMG) consider the impact of DPT for multinationals operating in today’s global business environment and the need to comply with the increasing tax administrative burden.
 
22 June 2017 | Premium content
Timothy Lyons QC (39 Essex Chambers) examines a case on exchange of information which deals with issues fundamental to administration of justice.
 
22 June 2017 | Premium content
Lee Ellis (Stewarts Law) analyses the tribunal’s supplemental decision that ‘the rights’ to income from the investments made by the Ingenious LLPs were capital in nature and its likely contentious future.
 
22 June 2017 | Premium content
Jeanette Zaman and Zoe Andrews (Slaughter and May) review recent developments affecting the City.
 
21 June 2017 | Premium content

Peter Stewart and Paul Farmer (Joseph Hage Aaronson) examine the decision that so-called agility hire purchase contracts are a supply of services and consider its practical implications.

21 June 2017 | Premium content
Since the election, uncertainty now surrounds the direction of UK tax policy. Ashley Greenbank (Macfarlanes) makes some tentative predictions as to what the next five years might bring.
 
15 June 2017
Sam Mitha CBE (formerly of HMRC’s Central Tax Policy Group) believes that simplification should be focused on making it easier for taxpayers to comply with the rules, rather than attempting to simplify legislation.
 
15 June 2017

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