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Derek Mackay delivered his Scottish Budget on 12 December 2018 and it distinctly lacked Christmas cheer. We take a look on what it means for tax and business.
Court of Appeals Berlin, decision of 29.09.2018 – (4) 161 Ss 28/18 (35/18) published in German under: www.gerichtsentscheidungen.berlin-brandenburg.de
The first mandatory three-year returns for leases subject to LBTT have now been submitted. We look at what we have learnt since 1 April 2018, and what this means for commercial tenants.
Could your business be liable for an unlimited fine? What you need to know about the new corporate offences relating to tax evasion. Taking no action is not an option.
In this article tax specialist, Paul Davies, addresses the forthcoming changes to inheritance tax, and what they mean for you.
The UAE Ministry of Finance has released the draft of the UAE Cabinet Decision of 2017 on the Executive Regulation of the Federal Law No (8) on VAT.
Recent cases show the cost, with added interest and penalties, of delay in settling cases involving tax scheme with HMRC. In the Samarkand Film Partnerships case we see many of the remaining arguments against HMRC's extended new powers to tackle avoidance knocked back. Those looking to litigate rather than settle need to be surer than ever of their technical grounds. While promoters may want to continue appeals, taxpayers should take independent advice on the prospects of success.
From 6th April, contractors working in the public sector through their own companies will no longer be responsible for agreeing their tax status (whether they are treated for tax purposes as employees and so subject to income tax and national insurance contributions) with HMRC. The decision-making responsibility passes to the public sector body where they work.