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Is Labour’s diagnosis of the tax gap accurate and has the party misjudged its non-dom proposals, asks James Quarmby (Stephenson Harwood).
The Court of Appeal judgment restores order, write Sarah Bond and Helen Buchanan (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer).
The position should be calmly evaluated at an early stage in order to put an appropriate strategy in place, writes Michael Thomas KC (Pump Court Tax Chambers). Easy to say in theory, but not always so easy to execute in practice...
HMRC is running a series of external engagement events across May 2024 to hear views on the non-dom policy changes that were announced at Spring Budget 2024. Anyone who wants to attend any of the sessions is asked to register their interest by 3 May...
Further detail on last week’s proposals, including Labour’s thinking on remitting FIGs.
Steven Porter and Penny Simmons (Pinsent Masons) provide guidance for large businesses on managing IR35 compliance risks.
The Upper Tribunal in Innovative Bites has provided welcome clarity on a contentious point of statutory construction, writes Max Schofield (Devereux Chambers).
Labour’s response makes it more complicated for clients to assess their options.
Interest on recurring loans constituted yearly interest and UK to UK exemption did not apply.
One minute with Adam Rollason, Head of Transactions Tax at PKF Smith Cooper.