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The obvious conclusion from the Upper Tribunal decision is that every standalone company should form a dormant subsidiary, writes Robert Langston (Saffery Champness), but there are anti-avoidance rules to consider.
Unsure how the ‘double reasonableness’ test works? Sukhbir Binning and Ian Robotham (Pinsent Masons) provide a refresher guide to this ground-breaking legislation.
Helen McGhee (Joseph Hage Aaronson) considers the new draft provisions for inclusion in Finance Bill 2021 that strengthen three existing regimes.
Steve Edge (Slaughter and May) discusses the competing objectives of policymakers, advisers and taxpayers.
Andrew Goldstone and Sarah Albury (Mishcon de Reya) review recent tax developments affecting private clients.
Dominic Lawrance and Elinor Boote (Charles Russell Speechlys) discuss the uncertainty of the reporting requirements and the potentially serious regulatory burdens for tax professionals dealing with international matters.
Andrew Goldstone and Moustapha Hammoud (Mishcon de Reya) provide a monthly update.
Heather Self (Blick Rothenberg) examines John McDonnell’s pledge to reduce avoidance.
Two recent decisions have demonstrated conflicting approaches to the interpretation of multi-step transactions, write Angela Savin and Harry Smith (KPMG).
Andrew Goldstone and Nicola Simmons (Mishcon de Reya) provide the monthly update on the taxation of private clients.