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Issue: Vol 147, Issue 3824

13 Sep 2001
BARRY WOOD and MALCOLM SMYTH highlight some of the opportunities and pitfalls in the rapidly evolving world of expatriate taxation, and discuss solutions to current problems.

I am writing to follow up on John Newth's article in Taxation magazine, 'Open Government?', published on 26 July 2001 at page 414.

I refer to recent correspondence regarding potential investigations into those with a turnover of less than £15,000. I do not agree with filling in the three line accounts page as I wish to provide...
Readers may be interested to learn that the Inland Revenue Tax Bulletin (issue 53), which was published in June 2001, contained incorrect information concerning the late notification penalty for Class...
In Taxation, 26 July 2001 at page 412, under the heading 'New Revenue self assessment campaign', reference is made to cases where returns are submitted within the time allowed, but according to the...
In Taxation, 19 July 2001 at page 403, the reader's query entitled 'Unusual facts', has a response from 'NK' showing a capital gains tax calculation where taper relief is applied prior to the private...
In the reply to Query T15,862, Taxation, 23 August 2001 at page 538 by 'Barham', I believe it is wrong in stating that the cost of the private use of fuel including VAT can be claimed in the accounts....
RALPH RAY FTII, TEP, BSc (Econ) solicitor, consultant with Wilsons, reports a TaxAid Conference on tax planning.
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