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In this new regular column, Heather Self (Blick Rothenberg) provides an expert view on a tax issue which made the headlines in the national press. The first topic under review – how much tax should Amazon pay?
 
28 August 2018
Most large businesses operating in the UK are now required to publish a tax strategy. Maya Forstater (The Center for Global Development) reviews the different approaches large companies are taking.
 
30 August 2018
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Heather Self (Blick Rothenberg) talks to HMRC’s Jim Harra about Brexit, the department’s services for large businesses and its approach to dispute resolution.
 
6 September 2018

Entrepreneurs’ relief is one of the most expensive reliefs for HMRC and it is forecast to cost £2.7bn in 2018. With a think tank recently expressing the view that ER is ‘quite likely the worst tax relief in the UK’, is it possible that the chancellor might reach a similar conclusion and introduce changes in the next Budget?

5 September 2018

Amanda Brown and Chris Leigh (KPMG) discuss the implications of the recent decision in the leading case of Hastings Insurance Services Ltd and HMRC v KPMG LLP (Third Party).

11 September 2018

The government has published a series of technical papers providing guidance to businesses in the event of a ‘no deal’ scenario when the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019.

29 August 2018

Offshore property companies should prepare for the April 2020 switch from income tax to corporation tax in respect of their UK property income.

29 August 2018

Capital allowances applied to a hydroelectric scheme

28 August 2018
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HMRC is consulting on amending its civil information powers. Dawn Register and Helen Adams (BDO) examine what’s proposed.
 
30 August 2018

Two VAT numbers, one economic entity

28 August 2018
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