Personal tax

Gary Barlow

Taking Stock: Breaking the ice with Icebreaker

TS likes a drink, particularly if it relates to a tax avoidance scheme

16 May 2014

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Colin: Do the authorities have any Patience for tax avoidance?

Colin wonders if the OBE will be rebranded following news of Gary Barlow's controversial tax affairs

14 May 2014

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NT Advisors defeated again in tribunal

NT Advisors scheme stopped at first-tier tribunal

14 May 2014

Tardy clients cause the biggest self assessment bugbear

Advisers want faster, clearer communications with clients during the self assessment filing season, finds a Wolters Kluwer/Accountancy Age survey

12 May 2014

Take That members face huge tax bill after ruling

Tribunal rules against stars' Icebreaker investments

12 May 2014

MPs raise serious concerns over HMRC debt recovery powers

Wide-ranging debt recovery powers put forward in March's Budget cause serious concern to MPs

09 May 2014

Taking Stock: Earl to sell plot to pay off tax mountain

TS hasn't come across many who use mountains to settle tax bills

06 May 2014

Hillgrove to take tax evasion case to Court of Appeal

PR man Richard Hillgrove files appeal against tax evasion conviction

02 May 2014

Ecclestone avoids potential £1.2bn in tax payments

Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone avoided £1.2bn in UK taxes

28 Apr 2014

Readers split over HMRC’s mooted increased powers

Schism over HMRC's increasing powers among Accountancy Age readers

24 Apr 2014

HMRC doubles Gift Aid investigations

HMRC steps up Gift Aid enquiries over 12-month period

24 Apr 2014

Probate: How to manage death and taxes

Mick Jones takes a sideways, but informative, view on the issues accountants face in offering probate services

23 Apr 2014

HMRC considers sharing taxpayer data with third parties

Proposals would see "anonymised" taxpayer data made available

22 Apr 2014

HMRC targets evasion in further powers push

People holding undeclared accounts offshore could face prison terms even if they did not intend to evade tax under HMRC proposals

15 Apr 2014

Income tax rises across OECD

Trend of increasing burden on the individual continues across OECD

11 Apr 2014

Londoners face annual £1bn mansion tax bill

Three boroughs to make up more than two thirds of overall yield

11 Apr 2014

Analysis: The PAC and the merits of tax reliefs

Andrew Goodall reflects on the Commons public accounts committee inquiry into UK tax reliefs

11 Apr 2014

Taking Stock: When tax is stranger than fiction

Sometimes you just can't make it up, TS finds

10 Apr 2014

Bank raiding powers could put HMRC at top of insolvency pecking order

Will HMRC’s new bank raiding powers see insolvency practitioners pursuing it for funds taken illegally in the event of bankruptcy?

09 Apr 2014

Iris software introduces secure data collection checklist

Latest software updated to include latest tax upodates

09 Apr 2014

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A client's new in-house accountant forces the Practitioner to up their game

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Colin: Icebreaker celebs could soon be...

Colin speculates on the effect HMRC's latest set of powers could have

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A client's new in-house accountant forces the Practitioner to up their game

HMRC must apply common sense to pay-up first plans

For those who espouse the morals of paying tax, HMRC's latest strategy doesn't quite sit right

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