ATED – Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings
The new ATED legislation came into force on 1st April and will now apply to UK residential properties that areRead more.
Sturgeon – Tax Powers must be Used for a Purpose
Addressing an audience at the David Hume Institute on Tuesday evening, Scotland’s First Minister argued that tax powers must beRead more.
Revenue Scotland Receives 100,000th tax Return
Revenue Scotland has received its 100,000th tax return, ten months on from the creation of the first Scottish taxes inRead more.
Committee Support for new Property tax
Legislation that would levy a supplement on the purchase of additional residential properties has been given the backing of MSPsRead more.
UK Taxman Seizes more than £2 Billion from tax Avoidance Scheme Users
Over £2 billion has been collected from users of tax avoidance schemes as a result of new government measures toRead more.
EU Engages in Tough Debate on Corporate Tax Practices
MEPs grilled eleven multinational companies on their corporate tax practices in a five-hour debate with the Special Committee on TaxRead more.
Taxing Times to Hold Assets Abroad and for Accidental Evaders
Whilst it has never been acceptable to evade tax, the UK has been allowing people to regularise their affairs withRead more.
Colombian Corporates: Low Oil Prices Lead to Rising Corporate Taxes
Fitch Ratings expects Colombian corporates cash flows to continue seeing pressure from rising taxes as the Colombian government seeks toRead more.
New Inflation Estimates Offer First Look at Impact for Taxpayers in 2016
An early glimpse at the income tax picture for 2016 is now available from Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting US.Read more.
Don’t Lose your Business just Because You’ve lost your Marriage
Divorce can end up being a 50 per cent “tax” on your entire wealth. That’s far, far worse than theRead more.
PMQs: Harman Targets Tax Credit Loss
Harriet Harman today argued that Tax Credit losses would hit the poorest in society hardest, arguing ‘You don’t get higherRead more.
July Budget: Higher Earners Should Review Pension Tax Relief Perks
Britain’s higher earners should urgently consider reviewing their tax relief on pensions, affirms the chief executive of one of theRead more.