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  • James Anderson (Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom)  – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Michael Anderson (Joseph Hage Aaronson) - The new PSD general anti-abuse rule
  • Fiona Bantock and Lee Squires (Hogan Lovells) – The monthly guide to the VAT developments that matter
  • Susanna Brain and Jill Gatehouse (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) – 20 questions on BEPS
  • Helen Buchanan and Hugh Gunson (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) – Summer Finance Bill review: Bank tax measures
  • James Bullock (Pinsent Masons) – Summer Budget: The latest in the war on non-compliance
  • John Christensen (Tax Justice Network) – Why corporation tax has not had its day
  • Allan Cinnamon (Cintax the Word Ltd) – The latest on tax treaty developments
  • Rowena Clifton (The VAT Consultancy) - Ask an Expert: VAT on printed matter and mailing packages
  • Jason Collins and Fiona Fernie (Pinsent Masons) - Q&A: Consultations on tackling offshore evasion
  • Jonathan Cooklin and Dominic Foulkes (Davis Polk) - Anson: a source of relief or confusion?
  • Damien Crossley (Macfarlanes) – Summer Finance Bill review: Carried interest
  • Stephen Edge (Slaughter and May) - Reflections on the role of the business tax adviser in the current climate.
  • Graham Elliott (City & Cambridge Consultancy) – Animal Magic applied to VAT
  • Liesl Fichardt and Robert Sharpe (Clifford Chance) - Dividend arbitrage: withholding tax refund claims
  • Malcolm Finney (Independent tax writer) -  Non-doms and the hangman’s noose
  • Nicholas Gardner and Shayaan Zaraq Bari (Ashurst) - VAT focus: University of Cambridge and VAT on investment management services
  • Andrew Goldstone and Victoria Howarth (Mishcon de Reya) – The latest developments that matter in the private client arena
  • John Hawksworth (PwC) – Summer Budget Special - Economic view: pain still to come
  • Stephen Herring (Institute of Directors) - Why corporation tax has had its day
  • Sue Laing (Boodle Hatfield)  - Summer Budget: The private client perspective
  • Tim Law (Engaged Consulting) – Q&A: The condoc on improving large business tax compliance
  • Robyn Limmer (Frank Hirth) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Tori Magill (Pinsent Masons) – Ask an Expert: Recklessness as criminal culpability
  • Ian Maston (Mastoni Tax) – Summer Finance Bill review: Trusts Simplification
  • Jolyon Maugham QC (Devereux Chambers) -  Where does Labour go now on tax?
  • Mark Middleditch (Allen & Overy) – This month’s tax and the City briefing
  • Paul Miller and James Seddon (Ashurst) – Summer Finance Bill review: The debt and derivative rules
  • Pete Miller (The Miller Partnership) – Summer Finance Bill review: Amortisation of corporate goodwill
  • Chris Morgan (KPMG) – The international tax update for July
  • Anthony Newgrosh (Berg Kaprow Lewis) – Ask an Expert: Mixed partnership anti-avoidance rules
  • Ruth Owen (HMRC)  - Q&A with HMRC on its changes to customer services
  • Barry Potter (independent tax writer) - Measuring tax cash flows
  • Paul Pritchard (EY) – Summer Finance Bill review: Corporate rescues
  • Dominic Robertson (Slaughter and May) – Summer Budget: A big Budget for big business
  • Tina Riches (Smith & Williamson) – Summer Finance Bill review: Direct recovery of debts
  • Chris Sanger (EY) and Claire Hooper (EY) – Summer Budget: Osborne unbound; and Summary of the summer Finance Bill
  • David Smith (The Sunday Times) – Just how bold was Osborne’s Budget?
  • Lisa Stevenson (Parisi Tax) – Ask an Expert: Earn-outs and deferred consideration
  • Rod Stone OBE (4 Eyes Ltd Tax Solutions) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Dominic Stuttaford (Norton Rose Fulbright) – Reflections on a career in tax
  • Peter Vaines (Squire Patton Boggs) –Optrak, reasonable excuse and special circumstances
  • Eloise Walker and Jeremy Webster (Pinsent Masons) – Back to basics: The taxation of securitisations
  • David Whiscombe (BKL Tax) – Summer Budget: Why it’s another mixed bag for OMBs
  • Dan Witt (President of the International Tax and Investment Center) - Reflections on a career in tax
  • Etienne Wong (Tax Chambers, 15 Old Square) - Books versus e-books
  • Charles Yorke (Allen & Overy) -  A detailed review of  the Supreme Court’s decision in Anson v HMRC
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