The Chartered Institute of Taxation has welcomed the passing of the


HMRC has tightened up the conditions under which taxpayers with offshore assets can settle their tax debts using the Liechtenstein disclosure facility (LDF).

New tax rules for loans taken out by “non-doms” will cause disputes over the interpretation of the law, the

Juggling a busy accounting career while completing a three-year CIOT course and examinations is no mean feat.

In our second ever podcast, Anne Fairpo joins community editor Rachael Power, deputy editor Robert Lovell and editor John Stokdyk as they discuss the top news from the last two weeks. 

Parliamentary hearings on the 2014 Finance Bill saw early skirmishes on the big fight looming in next year’s legislation, when HMRC could get powers to dip direc


The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has voiced concern about HMRC’s proposal to extend


Head of tax policy at Deloitte Bill Dodwell will become vice president of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) in May.

Retirements at mid-tier firm Smith & Williamson could set up a round of musical chairs within the profession when Tina Riches moves from the CIOT to become n

HMRC has reassured tax agents that they will have the right to appeal before they are investigated for suspected dishonest conduct.