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


The new statutory residence rules have thrown up many questions since their introduction in the 2013 Finance Act. 

Since the introduction of the Statutory Residence Test in April, many of questions have arisen. 


A sole trader who was acquitted of manslaughter but convicted of perverting the course of justice has lost an appeal to deduct his legal costs from his tax bill.


With the 2013/14 tax lecture season looming and accountants planning their CPD requirements for the rest of the year, Robert Lovell rates four tax lectures he atte


New residence rules could have major financial implications for expats who spend some of their time in the UK each year. 

Tolley takes a look at some of the practical effects of the new IHT provisions in Finance Bill 2013 and explains how best to prepare for the changes.

AccountingWEB has compiled a summary of year-end tax planning tips based on a series o

To prepare for the final leg of the self assessment assault course, TolleyGuidance surveyed AccountingWEB members in December to find out which issues were causing them the most trouble.

As part of this year’s AccountingWEB community awards, our Any Answers sponsor Tolleys is offering a prize for the best technical thread of 2012.