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Issue: Vol 175, Issue 4484

Issue: Vol 175, Issue 4484

13 Jan 2015

Enforcement by deduction from accounts is unlikely to be wholly effective

New rules aimed at digital businesses will lead to needless complication

Opportunities for tax savings under the new regime

The inconsistencies of HMRC’s unified system of fines

Court-determined revised profit share and damages

Mortgage redemption; Retail refunds; Property interests; Trouble hearing

Can VAT input tax incurred on a property before purchase be reclaimed?

Transfer of farmland out of a trust

Advantages and disadvantages of selling a property to a company

Northern Ireland and Wales The Corporation Tax (Northern Ireland) Bill provides for the devolution of tax powers to the Assembly and should allow Ulster to set its own rate of corporation tax from...
HMRC have extended the registration deadline of their contractor loan settlement opportunity. Taxpayers now have until 30 June to notify the department that they wish to take part in the tax...
Employers are set to receive the first quarterly notices under real-time information’s late-filing penalties regime, which began in October for businesses with 50 or more members of staff. Firms that...
The government does not plan to give itself powers to significantly alter the direct recovery of debts (DRD) rules by statutory instrument, Taxation has learned, following fears of a legal provision...

M Hunt (TC4183)

Abbey Forwarding Ltd (in liquidation) (TC4190)

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