Don't ask why, but I find myself looking at what reliefs would have been due back in the 1990s on a set of transactions:
I was interested to see that HMRC provide information under the FOI (Freedom of Information Act).
This is going to sound like a stupid one, but then again they are often the hardest to solve.
Tax advisers can now check their client’s PAYE tax codes online. Nick Huber reports.
Richard Mann, of accountancy firm Stone Osmond, has won an iPad2 after taking part in DataTracks’ recent
I am hoping the phone will ring very shortly with my first new tax client.
HMRC permanent secretary for tax, Dave Hartnett, admitted “a mistake was made” in granting Goldman Sachs a reprieve on the interest it owed on bonus payments.
We're currently a few dates into a 'UK tour' providing free to attend seminars aimed at accountants.
Do you have knowlege of cases where s.162 CGTA (Incorporpation relief) was either allowed or not allowed.
I should know this but my brain is refusing to get into gear!
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