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Issue: Vol 170, Issue 4366

Issue: Vol 170, Issue 4366

8 Aug 2012
The patent box has arrived. MARGARET SAVORY explains the rules

Let’s forget the morality of tax planning and stick to the law

It’s time for a fresh look at deeds of indemnity and how they work, insist JASON FAYERS and ANDREW STRICKLAND
The final Finance Bill debates in the Commons are reported by ALLISON PLAGER
A client who was habitually late in dealing with his tax affairs ceased to be a client a year ago, but has now sought help as he has received a £900 penalty for the late submission of his 2010/11 tax...
A new client and his fellow employees were made redundant when their employer ceased business due to a lack of orders. The ex-employees believe they may be able to resurrect the business, but they...
A client has had to leave his job as a journalist and a legal case is proceeding against him, although his professional costs are being paid for by his employer. An argument has developed over whether...
The directors of a company have a very loyal workforce and like to repay this by offering long-standing workers a long-service award. The question has arisen as to whether this could be paid tax...
eBay and euros; Interesting move; Year or there?; Wrong option
'A perfect example of how HMRC continue to waste time'
'Cash accounting will dwarf six-times earnings mortgages'
'NI issue surrounding employer-supported childcare'
ADR trial; MLR fees; Transfer pricing; Stamp duty relief; IHT form
July amendments
No legislative change during introduction of RTI
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