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By Nick Haines, Tom Woodcock, Ruth Dooley, David Clift
Talking Tax - Autumn 2015
By Nick Haines, Julian Millinchamp, Megan Lewis-Bourke, Scott Johnson
The partnerships section of the SDLT legislation is notoriously complicated.
By Nick Haines
The issue was picked up by the local and national press and Megan appeared in The Times discussing the issue in January.
By Nick Haines
We all like a good tax relief, but what if you can have multiple reliefs? Surely that would result in a scream of delight!
By Nick Haines
Holding a property outside the trading company in which it is used is not an uncommon structure.
By Nick Haines
The Chancellor's rabbit out of the hat in the 2014 Autumn Statement was a radical reform of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) with the aim of boosting the housing market.
By Nick Haines
The Chancellor's 2015 Summer Budget was one of the most surprising for a while as not many of the policies had been leaked in advance.
By Nick Haines
The 2015 Summer Budget contained three changes to the taxation of property income (not including the increased inheritance tax relief).
By Nick Haines, Megan Bourke, Scott Johnson
First time buyers, who are over 16, can now save for their UK home with the help of the government, if they invest in a Help to Buy ISA.
On 19 November 2014 the SRA issued its latest consultation document on the SRA Accounts Rules and the role of the Reporting Accountant.
Following our article at the end of last year on the potential changes to the UK patent box regime further details have been released on the new regime, timings and additional work to be done.
New legislation was introduced from 6 April 2014 to clamp down on ‘false self-employment' through employment intermediaries such as recruitment agencies.
By Andrew Brookes
The Autumn Statement, delivered by the Chancellor in early December, included a surprising announcement of an immediate change to the taxation of goodwill for business incorporations.
By Nicholas Smail
Welcome to the current edition of Landed Estates Update, our publication for those advising on Landed Estates. In this issue we will be focusing on the tax reliefs for Heritage Property.
By Tom Woodcock
As the 2014/15 tax year ends it is time to take stock of any employee share plans in place. In previous years it was only necessary to update HMRC with any changes in the year.