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Taking Stock: Frosty lunch at the Savoy

Don't you hate it when seating plans go awry?

15 Jan 2014

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HMRC launches tax engagement blog

HM Revenue & Customs creates blog to help taxpayers and practitioners

15 Jan 2014

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Finance Bill changes to affect farming mixed partnerships

Anti-avoidance legislation to be included in the Finance Bill 2014 will affect mixed partnership structures

14 Jan 2014

Law firms consider cash call over partnership tax changes

Lawyers look at cash call to make sure that 'disguised' employee tax test doesn't catch them

13 Jan 2014

Comic Jimmy Carr to pay £500,000 tax bill

Comedian Jimmy Carr to pay £500,000 tax bill after a tax avoidance controversy in 2012

13 Jan 2014

Rowland takes Kingston Smith partner role

Lynne Rowland joins Kingston Smith's private client team

10 Jan 2014

Contractor loan scheme scuppered at tribunal

HMRC adds scheme to Spotlights guidelines following its dismissal

07 Jan 2014

Nearly 700 tax cheats convicted in 2013

HMRC convictions for tax fraud rise by more than 200

03 Jan 2014

Taking Stock: The oddest excuses for late tax returns

Sometimes, fact is stranger than fiction

02 Jan 2014

New high for Christmas Day tax returns

The number of tax returns over the Christmas period rises again

02 Jan 2014

LLPs and tax: When is a member not a member?

The tests set out to capture 'disguised employees' are simply inadequate, claims Daniel Sutherland

24 Dec 2013

Lords hearing reveals IR35 schism

Panel split on effectiveness of IR35 rule

17 Dec 2013

After confusion, government figures must be clearer

The Public Accounts Committee's report on the Whole Government Accounts has led to quite some confusion, writes Calum Fuller

13 Dec 2013

Get your FATCA facts right

A number of investments require both accountants and banks to work together to stay on the right side of anti-tax evasion rules

13 Dec 2013

Steer clear of personal service companies, say readers

The public sector should not engage staff through personal service companies, say Accountancy Age readers

13 Dec 2013

PAC: Fraud and error tax losses ‘worryingly high’

Public Accounts Committee calls for better quality Whole Government Accounts

12 Dec 2013

HMRC in £121m foreign bankers investigations yield

Tax take from expat bankers and hedge fund managers rises

12 Dec 2013

Practices hit in Finance Bill

Professional services practices hit with tough new proposals aimed at stopping disguised employment of salaried partners

11 Dec 2013

Colin: Little fanfare for Autumn Statement 2013

Colin found little to shout about in this year's Autumn Statement

10 Dec 2013

Leader: RTI's burden hangs over SMEs and advisers

Cutting red tape and introducing RTI are policies that just don't fit together, says Kevin Reed

10 Dec 2013

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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?

Miller's Tale: Quality time(sheets)

Love them or loathe them, timesheets are a part of day-to-day life for most practices. Cara Miller asks whether they're actually outdated, and a hindrance

The Practitioner: In death comes clarity

The untimely death of a client makes The Practitioner think about the role of an accountant

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Probate: How to manage death and taxes

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

Colin: There's nothing like a well-thought-out plan

Colin wonders whether some SMEs are keeping it too simple

Taking Stock: When tax is stranger than fiction

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

Scrapping IR35 all very well – but what else?

IR35 has proven ineffective, but 'what are the alternatives?' asks Calum Fuller

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