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Issue : Vol 179, Issue 4581

Issue : Vol 179, Issue 4581

4 Jan 2017
Some of the more interesting events that happened in 2016.
Tax advisers should now be taking action to warn clients of the advent of the common reporting standard.
A recent conference proved that Making Tax Digital was a top concern and there are many issues HMRC should address.

The rise of the excepted group life policy.

CGT implications of transfer of property to son while continuing to live there.
Should VAT be charged by a company based in Malta for work in the UK?

Whether executors can claim for the deduction of loan interest in an estate.

Can capital gains tax only or main residence relief be claimed on transfer of house to daughter?

Points and possibilities; Holdover or not?; Chinese cracker; Aussie rules

Happy New Year.

Access to the internet must be available to all.

Personal savings allowance, payslips and HMRC’s high net worth unit.

HMRC will launch an online system in 2017.

Scottish government used income tax powers to create different rates between Scotland and the rest of the UK.

The new service will provide a single online facility for trusts and estates to comply with their registration obligations.

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