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Issue: Vol 161, Issue 4159

22 May 2008
When is a long-term objective a transitional measure, asks PHILIP RIDGWAY
As Parliament's consideration of the Finance Bill starts in earnest, RICHARD CURTIS looks at its 'ways and means'
Is the Finance Bill evidence of a retrospective invasion by the Scots? BARRY BRINSMEAD and JOHN HIDDLESTON consider the latest attack on offshore trusts
High tax rates or low tax rates, which is best? RICHARD CURTIS reports as the Committee of the Whole House considers the Finance Bill
FRANCESCA LAGERBERG reports on the Tax Faculty's workshop to consider how the taxation of small businesses can be improved
Does a taxable benefit arise if a director pays less for services due to company contracts?
A question of the ownership of goodwill between a director and his company
How should a UK adviser deal, or not deal, with claims to the USA's tax stimulus payment?
Must the exemption for income from foster caring be divided between a husband and wife?
From John Jeffrey-Cook
Jeremy Broomhead, director — accounting & advisory, Vantis
From Ridley, Marreco & Co
From Peter Arrowsmith FCA, National Insurance Consultancy
What is the correct private use element for a farmhouse?
LexisNexis conference, London, 22 April 2008. Reported by JOHN T NEWTH FCA, FTII, FIIT, ATT
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