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Issue: Vol 160, Issue 4129

11 Oct 2007
GARY ASHFORD of Grant Thornton UK LLP considers the next steps after the first stage of the offshore disclosure initiative
Professional expenses insurance can be handy cover to have in the event of HMRC investigations. ALLISON PLAGER takes a look at the market
After a lot of caterwauling, the date of the Pre-Budget Report was announced. RICHARD CURTIS explains why Rufus the Dog thinks that this might induce catalepsy rather than cathexis
A round table discussion on HMRC powers, held in London on 27 September, chaired by MIKE TRUMAN
MIKE TRUMAN cannot understand why HMRC have issued an intervention letter on VAT and road hauliers without proper consultation
Jon Griffey FCCA CTA, Hackett Griffe
Championship car; NIC discrepancy; Doc now on holiday; Father and daughter
A negligent disclosure; Discretionary trust distributions; Cash is king; Teatime for Tiddles
Monday 15 October sees the start of Tax Advice Week organised by the Chartered Institute of Taxation
HMRC have recently written to firms expressing on the matter of when a pre-22 March 2006 life interest comes to an end
HMRC have announced that there is an error in the paper version of booklet CA33 (2007) Class 1A National Insurance contributions on car and fuel benefits
HMRC have published draft clauses on film production and sound recordings
HMRC are 'exploring the possibility of publishing an audit standard whereby certain external bodies... would be able to determine whether a scheme provider's business model would result in clients...
Long-time Taxation contributor Ralph Ray has won the STEP lifetime achievement award
Tax case: Island Consulting (SpC 618)
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