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Capital gains tax charge on residential property owned by non-residents

Demystifying the non-resident capital gains tax charge - This guidance note from Tolley provides an overview of the new rules with a focus on the application to individuals, including the changes to the principal private residence (PPR) rules, although other chargeable persons are also mentioned.

Company: Tolley | Published: 07 May 2015 | Business Area: Capital Gains

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CCH Budget Insight 2015

Now in its fourth year Wolters Kluwer Budget Insight provides free, expert commentary on the recent UK Budget proposals. Budget Insight 2015 will help you assess the impact of the Budget proposals on your own or your clients’ businesses and tax liabilities.

Company: CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business | Published: 21 April 2015 | Business Area: Budgeting

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CCH Finance Act 2015 Report

Depending on the result of the general election, the Finance Act 2015 may be the first of two, three, or possibly even more finance acts in 2015. This report summarises the changes that have been made in various areas of taxation and the dates on which they become effective.

Company: CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business | Published: 15 April 2015 | Business Area: Practice Management

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Devolved taxes in Scotland

The first fully devolved Scottish taxes, land and buildings transaction tax and Scottish landfill tax, come into effect on 1 April 2015. This guidance note summarises the current statutory position along with the recommendations of the Smith Commission and the latest draft legislation.

Company: Tolley | Published: 17 March 2015 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation

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2014/15 Tax Planning for Non-UK Domiciled Individuals

After more than 200 years of development, the UK tax regime remains generous to those who are resident but not domiciled in the UK. With care and good planning, you can have tax-free access to your funds that might otherwise be taxed up to 45%. Download this guide to find out more.

Company: Buzzacott | Published: 26 February 2015 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation

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Tax Newsletter February 2015

Welcome to our first Kreston Reeves Tax Newsletter, this month we bring our readers valuable tax year end planning tips, important news for homeowners in the UK and overseas and some particularly good news for property owners in France.

Company: Kreston Reeves | Published: 26 February 2015 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation

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The Twilight World of Lawless VAT

CCH have identified a worrying trend – HMRC’s cavalier attitude to the letter of the law. Glyn Edwards, Senior VAT Consultant, reports on recent examples of how HMRC behaves as if the law only applies against taxpayers and can be disregarded when it suits the Department.

Company: CCH, A Wolters Kluwer Business | Published: 26 February 2015 | Business Area: VAT and Sales Tax

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UHY Financial Planning review – Spring 2015

The review is intended to give insights into the current financial landscape, highlighting topical and timely issues that could affect you, your business and your financial arrangements.

Company: UHY Hacker Young Group | Published: 25 February 2015 | Business Area: Capital Gains

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Year end tax planner 2014-15

As the end of the financial year approaches, taxpayers should review their financial, business and tax arrangements. Our Year End Tax Planner provides useful planning suggestions.

Company: Saffery Champness | Published: 25 February 2015 | Business Area: Planning

Rating: 2 people found this useful

Weekly tax update - February 23rd 2015

This tax update reviews recent announcements from the HMRC, including that online registration of interest for marriage allowances is open for married couples and those in civil partnerships and employers will be able to avoid penalties for delays of up to three days when filing PAYE information.

Company: Smith and Williamson | Published: 24 February 2015 | Business Area: PAYE

Rating: 4 people found this useful

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