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UT dismisses gilt strips scheme appeal.
A server physically located in the UK cannot give a person a permanent establishment in the UK. Christopher Eames (Mishcon de Reya) considers a real life scenario which tests the limits of that principle.
HMRC’s assessment powers vary depending on the tax at issue but there are common themes, write Matthew Greene and Guy Bud (Stewarts).
Isobel d’Inverno and Alan Barr (Brodies) report on Scotland’s latest Budget, which introduces a new ‘advanced’ rate of income tax.
Increased digital reporting, the implementation of Pillar Two, potential further reforms to pensions tax... Bill Dodwell, former Tax Director of the Office of Tax Simplification, looks at what’s in store for tax in the year ahead.
Court of Appeal confirms that treatment of final PIP awards are liable to income tax.
Each week, Tax Journal reports notable judgments on tax issues that have been handed down by the courts and tribunals. This week, we also look back over 2023 and highlight some cases of interest to a wide range of advisers. 
Claire Weeks and Clare Maurice (Maurice Turnor Gardner) explain why returning to the UK after a period of non-tax residence is not for the faint hearted.
Taxpayer wins finely balanced IR35 case remitted from Court of Appeal.
If a property is to be de-enveloped, the tax implications should be considered holistically and all the relevant taxes should be addressed. Marc Selby (Laytons) explains how the transaction should be structured.