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Those (like me!) who appreciate the significance of the above headline will be thinking ‘Tax is Fun’ and ‘This is Fascinating’.  For the rest I challenge you to struggle on to the end.

Accountants and clients used to the broad brush “commercial” approach to computing trading profits can get caught out by the different and stricter rules for calculating capital gains.

I note commentary in Taxation approving of ‘High Tech’ solutions.  This would encompass (I gather) everyone signing up to the ‘Cloud’.


Technology is wonderful.  BUT:


With the end of the tax year on 5 April, and the Budget just around the corner, TaxCalc has stepped in to offer the 

Head of Tax at RJP LLP Lesley Stalker asks, since when did paying less tax become morally questionable?


Proposed changes to the definition of permanent establishment (PE) and current transfer pricing guidelines on intra-group charges are set out in two OECD discussion papers released for consulta

Professional services firms have a role to play in helping companies think about what is “acceptable and appropriate” in managing their tax affairs, PwC’s global chairman has said.


More taxes will be needed to contribute to deficit reduction and address “unacceptable inequalities”, business secretary Vince Cable has told the Liberal Democrats conference in Glasgow.


The UK and Ireland boss at one of the big four accountancy firms has sent a defiant message to George Osborne, declaring that the firm will not change its advice to US technology groups accused


Britain will “lead the world” in implementing this autumn's reforms designed to modernise the international tax system, George Osborne told the Conservative party conference yesterday.