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Writing on behalf of the 100 Group Tax Committee, Dominic Mathon reports views from the Committee's members on how much additional tax they expect to pay as a result of Pillar Two - and the associated compliance costs. 
New reporting requirements for platform operators come into force from 1 January 2024, explains Max Schofield (Devereux Chambers).
HMRC’s large business director, Nicole Newbury, outlines the department’s  approach, including priority areas of focus and how it is evolving to reflect wider changes in the economy and customers’ circumstances. 
Helen Adams and Carrie Rutland (BDO) provide a practical guide.
Zoe Gascoyne (HMRC) explains the importance of understanding the revised COP 9 and the contractual disclosure facility offer made as part of the process.
Hindsight is a wonderful thing but where MTD is concerned, it is not too late to learn from what the recent NAO report reveals, writes Paul Aplin OBE.
Rebecca Seeley Harris (Re Legal Consulting) has been campaigning for the regulation of the umbrella company industry and the protection of the worker, under the #FairUmbrella campaign since 2021. Here, she reviews the options for policy change set out in the recent umbrella company consultation.
Robert Waterson and Liam McKay (RPC) suggest that the recent Mitchelcase is indicative of a wider sense of apprehension in HMRC.
Whilst taking professional advice will usually mean a taxpayer has taken reasonable care, not taking advice does not necessarily mean a taxpayer has been careless, write Adam Craggs and Constantine Christofi (RPC).
Jason Collins and Laura Ford (DLA Piper) take stock of the corporate criminal offence in view of recent statistics showing no charges to date and just nine live investigations.