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It is important to look at any tax planning arrangement in the round and not simply the marketing material, Tom Wallace (WTT Consulting) explains.
Andrew Green and Lawrence Wild (FTI Consulting) discuss the latest temporary investment incentives.
The new UAE corporate tax regime is an opportunity for heads of tax of affected groups to bring tax to the boardroom agenda. Raj Singh Bal (Aramex) sets out the key considerations. 
Card image James Burton, Ellen Birkemeyer, Naomi Lawton, Mitchell Fraser
James Burton, Ellen Birkemeyer, Naomi Lawton and Mitchell Fraser (Allen & Overy) provide a 20 questions guide.
Augmented profits, associated companies and interaction with QIPs are just some of the issues to consider in advance of the rate change from April, as Nigel Giles and Ben Charles (BDO) explain.
Can arrangements designed to reduce a business’s tax bill still be wholly and exclusively for the purposes of its trade? HMRC seems not to think so, writes Ross Birkbeck (Old Square Tax Chambers).
Andrew Howard (Ropes & Gray) examines two Upper Tribunal decisions that go to the heart of the taxation of partnership income.
David Whiscombe (BKL) reviews the first GAAR Panel decision in favour of the taxpayer and argues that the underlying legislation is long overdue for repeal.
Sarah Squires (Old Square Tax Chambers) considers how the rebasing rules apply to a recent non-resident's plans to sell UK buy-to-let properties.
Paul Farey (AECOM) explains why care should be exercised in respect to the relevant contract date and how indirect costs and the timing of expenditure are important in any claim.