HMRC nets £92m in SDLT avoidance crackdown

HMRC HMRC nets £92m in SDLT avoidance crackdown

4y Emma Smith, Managing Editor

HMRC nets £92m in SDLT avoidance crackdown

The amount collected has fallen from £301.2m in 2014-15, indicating that the government’s strategy and legislative changes have been successful in pre...

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Taxman mulls changes to SDLT filing and payment process

Personal Tax Taxman mulls changes to SDLT filing and payment process

5y Richard Crump, Writer

Taxman mulls changes to SDLT filing and payment pr...

HMRC has launched a consultation on proposals to make changes to stamp duty land tax filing and payments processes Read More...

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Budget 2016: Chancellor announces reform for SDLT on commercial property

Corporate Tax Budget 2016: Chancellor announces reform for SDLT on commercial property

5y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Budget 2016: Chancellor announces reform for SDLT ...

Tax experts say the reform will come as an 'unexpected shock' for the real estate market Read More...

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New residential property rules trip up vendors

HMRC New residential property rules trip up vendors

3m Helen Thornley, ATT Technical Officer

New residential property rules trip up vendors

Back in March 2020, written pre-pandemic, I warned AccountancyAge readers that UK residents disposing of UK residential property could be in for a sho...

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Time is running out for penalty-free corrections to CJRS and SEISS claims

Regulation Time is running out for penalty-free corrections to CJRS and SEISS claims

10m Sponsored | Markel Tax

Time is running out for penalty-free corrections t...

Now that the countdown to the October 20, 2020 deadline for correcting CJRS & SEISS claims has begun, Steve Price and Jacqui Mann discuss how HMRC wil...

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UK enters second stage of Sunak’s economic support

Brexit & Economy UK enters second stage of Sunak’s economic support

1y Shannon Moyer

UK enters second stage of Sunak’s economic support

Chancellor’s summer statement highlights three-point jobs plan Read More...

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Mixed up about mixed use?

HMRC Mixed up about mixed use?

2y Helen Thornley, ATT Technical Officer

Mixed up about mixed use?

Helen Thornley, the Association of Tax Technician's Technical Officer, talks about land transaction tax on mixed-use properties, the Hyman case and HM...

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VAT and the upside of Brexit

VAT VAT and the upside of Brexit

2y Sponsored | Bloomsmith

VAT and the upside of Brexit

In this sponsored article, BloomSmith - a VAT bridging loan provider for commercial properties explain how there could be some VAT-related upsides to ...

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Everything you need to know about Special Purpose Vehicles in UK Property

Tax Everything you need to know about Special Purpose Vehicles in UK Property

2y Helen March and Elizabeth Small, Partners, Forsters LLP

Everything you need to know about Special Purpose ...

The UK tax landscape in this subject area can get very complicated so Forsters LLP outlines all you need to know Read More...

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Which UK town has the most tax avoidance?

Tax Avoidance Which UK town has the most tax avoidance?

2y Beth McLoughlin

Which UK town has the most tax avoidance?

Commuter belt St Albans is the worst part of the UK when it comes to unpaid tax according to research by UHY Hacker Young Read More...

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Income tax burden falls on millennials

Tax Income tax burden falls on millennials

3y Emanuela Hawker, Reporter

Income tax burden falls on millennials

Recent tax changes are benefiting baby boomers, Moore Stephens has recently reported Read More...

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Government publishes Finance Bill 2017-18 legislating Budget measures

Budget Government publishes Finance Bill 2017-18 legislating Budget measures

4y Alia Shoaib, Reporter

Government publishes Finance Bill 2017-18 legislat...

The key areas of focus were clamping down on tax avoidance, supporting businesses and innovation, and tax relief for first time house buyers Read More...

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Autumn Budget 2017: Autumn thoughts of what might be

Budget Autumn Budget 2017: Autumn thoughts of what might be

4y Eric Williams, Mazars

Autumn Budget 2017: Autumn thoughts of what might ...

Ahead of the Budget on 22 November, what might chancellor Philip Hammond be set to announce? Loans, national insurance and tax code amendments could a...

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Bumper year for HMRC as taxes on wealthy bite

HMRC Bumper year for HMRC as taxes on wealthy bite

4y Austin Clark, Editor

Bumper year for HMRC as taxes on wealthy bite

Tax receipts in biggest leap since recession, accountancy network says Read More...

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Are you ready for the Trusts Registration Service?

Administration Are you ready for the Trusts Registration Service?

4y Helen Thornley, ATT Technical Officer

Are you ready for the Trusts Registration Service?

Reporting trusts must submit data by 31 January 2018 as part of the new EU Money Laundering regulations. What information is required, and are you pre...

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Should I incorporate my buy-to-let business?

Corporate Tax Should I incorporate my buy-to-let business?

4y Emma Rawson

Should I incorporate my buy-to-let business?

Emma Rawson, technical officer with the Association of Taxation Technicians, looks at the pros and cons of incorporation Read More...

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Autumn Statement: “Consistency” in the light of Brexit

Corporate Finance Autumn Statement: “Consistency” in the light of Brexit

5y Stephanie Wix, Writer

Autumn Statement: “Consistency” in the light of Br...

With the Autumn statement imminent, the chancellor is expected to keep “consistency” due to the uncertainty looming over Brexit Read More...

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Gareth Peters appointed partner of MHA MacIntyre Hudson

Accounting Firms Gareth Peters appointed partner of MHA MacIntyre Hudson

5y Stephanie Wix, Writer

Gareth Peters appointed partner of MHA MacIntyre H...

MHA MacIntyre Hudson has appointed Gareth Peters as a tax partner Read More...

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An 'incomprehensible and contradictory' Budget

Accounting Firms An 'incomprehensible and contradictory' Budget

5y Richard Crump, Writer

An 'incomprehensible and contradictory' Budget

George Osborne's Budget on 16 March had no discernible theme, write Robert Maas Read More...

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Chancellor delivers 'Osborneomics'

Accounting Firms Chancellor delivers 'Osborneomics'

6y Robert Maas

Chancellor delivers 'Osborneomics'

Carter Backer Winter tax partner Robert Maas assesses the chancellor's work in the Autumn Statement 2015 Read More...

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No Human Rights breach in Stamp Duty tax avoidance challenge

Corporate Tax No Human Rights breach in Stamp Duty tax avoidance challenge

6y Calum Fuller, Reporter

No Human Rights breach in Stamp Duty tax avoidance...

Court of Appeal throws out attempt to see SDLT anti-avoidance measures declared unlawful Read More...

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London law firm fined after failure to disclose tax avoidance

Corporate Tax London law firm fined after failure to disclose tax avoidance

7y Calum Fuller, Reporter

London law firm fined after failure to disclose ta...

LZW Law fined £2,000 and must pay £6,965 in costs after failure to disclose tax avoidance activity Read More...

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Taking Stock: Of tax and houses

Personal Tax Taking Stock: Of tax and houses

7y Taking Stock

Taking Stock: Of tax and houses

TS enjoyed some of the reports that followed the Autumn Statement Read More...

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AS2014: Osborne's reforms sensible - IoD

Corporate Tax AS2014: Osborne's reforms sensible - IoD

7y Stephen Herring

AS2014: Osborne's reforms sensible - IoD

Sensible reforms preface more radical tax policies in next parliament, writes Institute of Directors' head of taxation Stephen Herring Read More...

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#AS2014: What the papers say

Corporate Tax #AS2014: What the papers say

7y Calum Fuller, Reporter

#AS2014: What the papers say

A round-up of Fleet Street's response to the Autumn Statement Read More...

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#AS2014: Osborne pulls stamp duty rabbit out of hat

Personal Tax #AS2014: Osborne pulls stamp duty rabbit out of hat

7y Richard Crump, Writer

#AS2014: Osborne pulls stamp duty rabbit out of ha...

Chancellor announces sweeping reform to stamp duty tax system, replacing it with a progressive regime from midnight Read More...

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Budget 2014: Tax advisers caught out on corporate properties

Corporate Tax Budget 2014: Tax advisers caught out on corporate properties

7y Kevin Reed, Writer

Budget 2014: Tax advisers caught out on corporate ...

Advisers didn't expect more properties to be caught in the corporate wrappers tax regime, but that's exactly what's happened Read More...

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HMRC wins £68m stamp duty land tax case

Administration HMRC wins £68m stamp duty land tax case

8y IFAonline

HMRC wins £68m stamp duty land tax case

Taxman successfully challenges SDLT avoidance scheme in judgment affecting 87 follower cases Read More...

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