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It's been an interesting month so far in the world of climate taxes.  For a brief moment it looked as though pens were down on the...
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Despite acknowledging that "there isn’t even consensus on what the implications of crypto are… when or whether we’re going to reach some...
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One big surprise in the UK’s March 2022 Spring Statement was the promise to cut the basic rate of income tax by one percentage point from...
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The UK government is proposing to introduce yet another new tax, the Public Interest Business Protection Tax (PIBPT) (even though the ink...
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As part of the UK’s Autumn Budget, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced that certain “tax administration and maintenance announcements” would...
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On 27 October 2021, Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented the UK’s second Budget of 2021 under the tagline “A Stronger Economy for the British...
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A big driver for international tax reform (and certainly the motivation for the renewed interest in it by the US under the Biden...
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The Treasury's Net Zero Review Final Report, published alongside the Government's Net Zero Strategy: Build Back Greener and Heat and...
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Net accounting has always thrown up some difficult questions for taxpayers and their advisers looking to claim a deduction for something...
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The UK Government announced its "Build Back Better" plan for health and social care, including a funding proposal based on the...
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A: Interest on a Kwik-Fit loan.The question "what's unallowable, but not disallowed?" is the riddle thrown up by the latest First-tier...
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If you say it in a deep enough voice, "litigation on an epic scale" sounds like it may be the trailer for the latest summer blockbuster...
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HMRC's press release heralds the decommissioning of the stamp duty press machines as the "end of an era" as the 300-year old process of...
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Few tax cases manage to elicit such intractable feelings of crossness in me as the saga of HMRC v Tooth which has come to an end with the...
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On 30 April 2021 the Court of Appeal handed down its unanimous judgment in Bostan Khan v HMRC. As tax cases go, it is neither the biggest...
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For much of last year, Euromoney was paired with Blackrock as a potentially ground-breaking case focusing on a statutory purpose test....