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Written by leading tax experts, Tax Insider Professional focuses on the topics and issues that tax professionals face on a day-to-day basis, ensuring you are always kept up-to-date with the latest news and legislation.

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  • 12 page monthly tax newsletter
  • Written by professionals, for professionals
  • Complex tax rules, legislation, and important tax cases made easy
  • Practical tips you can apply in everyday situations
  • Counts towards your CPD
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  • Tax practitioners
  • Tax advisors
  • Accountants
  • Finance directors
  • Lawyers specialising in tax
What topics do you cover?
  • Capital Gains & Inheritance Tax
  • Business taxes
  • Personal taxes and NIC Issues
  • Property taxation
  • HMRC powers and enquiries
  • VAT
  • And more

Tax news 2019 - July issue

  • Investors’ relief: How useful is it?

    Alix Hill looks at CGT investors’ relief and considers its usefulness in comparison to similar CGT reliefs.

  • Equity release: Lifetime mortgage or home reversion plan?

    Equity release is a mechanism for releasing equity effectively locked up in, typically, a family residence.Malcolm Finney looks at the two main options for equity release in relation to the family home.

  • Introducing assets into a partnership: CGT implications

    Generally, changes in partnership ratios do not trigger a capital gains tax (CGT) charge. Lee Sharpe points out that there is a potential ‘penalty’ for putting assets into a partnership structure.

  • How VAT errors can affect other taxes

    Andrew Needham warns that if a business makes an error in its VAT accounting this can have knock-on effects on other taxes, which may have to be adjusted as well.

  • Tax case reviews

    Mark McLaughlin reviews two recent important tax cases:

    • Taxpayer’s ‘involuntary’ selfassessment registration was a special circumstance in late filing penalty appeal
    • Taxpayer’s payment of tax liability by instalments was not a reasonable excuse for late payment
  • Can I make a suggestion?

    Employees often have valuable ideas as to changes which can be made to make the business more efficient or to save money. Sarah Bradford explains how the tax exemption for staff suggestion scheme awards can encourage employees to engage in the business.

  • Financing the business: Loan vs share capital

    Superficially, the two methods of financing a business by equity or debt look fairly similar. Alan Pink looks at some considerations when deciding whether a company should be financed by share capital or a loan.

 

Essential monthly tax news articles 2019

Tax Insider Professional is edited by renowned tax author Mark McLaughlin CTA (fellow) ATT (fellow) TEP, and each issue is carefully curated to ensure you receive the tax news you need to know about. All the content included is ethical, so you can be confident in applying the information you learn to your practice. 

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