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CCH Autumn Statement: 2014 Special Feature

Download CCH's Autumn Statement commentary for in-depth analysis of the changes introduced by the Chancellor’s recent Autumn Statement. Topics covered: stamp duty changes; research and development reliefs; new anti-avoidance measures; revised 2014/15 rates and allowances published by HMRC.

Company: CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business | Published: 08 December 2014 | Business Area: Stamp and Transfer Duties

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Year-end planning for companies 2014

With Christmas fast approaching, companies with an accounting date of 31 December have a final opportunity to review their tax position for the period. This article provides information on year-end tax planning to help you take advantage of tax savings opportunities or to avoid potential pitfalls.

Company: Tolley | Published: 01 December 2014 | Business Area: Planning

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Research and development: Tax incentives

R&D tax credits can either reduce a company’s tax bill, or provide a cash sum for those yet to make a taxable profit. However, it would appear that many companies who could qualify are missing out. Download this article to find out if you or your clients meet the qualifying criteria.

Company: Berg Kaprow Lewis | Published: 20 November 2014 | Business Area: Practice Management

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EU VAT Advanced Diploma in International Taxation: Excerpt from training manual - Management and advice

Taken from the Tolley Exam Training EU VAT ADIT training manual, this piece covers ‘Management and advice’ and the difficult distinction in the area of financial exemptions between a ‘transaction’ and ‘advice’, where ‘transaction’ is exempt, but the provision of advice is taxable.

Company: Tolley | Published: 11 November 2014 | Business Area: VAT and Sales Tax

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Auto Enrolment: Have you heard the word?

What will your payroll service look like with auto enrolment? Designed for SMEs, this article focuses on how your business can ensure a smooth transition to auto enrolment by communicating effectively with your clients and adapting existing software.

Company: Sage Group Plc | Published: 11 November 2014 | Business Area: Corporate Pensions

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Calculating the deemed employment payment

The intention of IR35 is to collect the same tax and NICs as would have been paid if the individual was employed directly by the client. However, IR35 shifts the obligation to pay tax and NICs onto the service company. This guidance note covers how to calculate this deemed employment payment.

Company: Tolley | Published: 10 November 2014 | Business Area: Employment Tax

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Guide to completing a UK VAT return

This guidance note, taken from the VAT module of TolleyGuidance, provides details on what needs to be included in each box on the UK VAT return.

Company: Tolley | Published: 04 November 2014 | Business Area: VAT and Sales Tax

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Surviving self-assessment: 5 ways a client portal can help

The hectic weeks leading up to the self-assessment deadline on 31 January are a stressful time for tax professionals. Fortunately help is at hand! Technology exists to make the entire process quicker, easier and more efficient. Read this short guide to find out how.

Company: CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business | Published: 29 October 2014 | Business Area: Practice Management

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Accelerated payment notices can seriously damage individuals' wealth

HMRC have started to issue Accelerated Payment Notices to individuals involved in tax planning schemes. What are these notices? Can you appeal against them if they are wrong? And are there any other options to consider? Download this article to find out more.

Company: Berg Kaprow Lewis | Published: 20 October 2014 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation

IHT and mixed domicile marriages/civil partnerships

The scope of inheritance tax (IHT) is determined by a person’s “domicile”. This article sheds light on the latest developments concerning married couples and civil partners, where one is domiciled within the UK for IHT purposes. Topics covered include exemption limits and transferring funds.

Company: Berg Kaprow Lewis | Published: 08 October 2014 | Business Area: Inheritance Tax

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