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Tax Insider Professional Newsletter

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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What is it?
  • 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
  • Immediate access to all 48 previous articles
Who is it for?
  • 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

April issue

  • Problems with property partnerships

    Very often a property portfolio held by a close-knit group of people, typically members of one family, will be referred to as a ‘partnership’ and will be accounted for as such in the annual tax returns. Alan Pink highlights danger areas with partnerships set up predominantly or wholly to hold investment property.

  • Buying a property in a SIPP or SSAS

    It is common practise for pension funds, in the form of a self-invested personal pension (SIPP) or small self-administered scheme (SSAS), to purchase commercial properties and rent them out using the rental income to finance the pension fund with the building held as an asset of the fund. Andrew Needham explains that a SIPP or SSAS that purchases property can register for VAT and recover the VAT on related costs.

  • Tax traps for director’s loan accounts

    Lee Sharpe looks at loans to directors and points out that they can be tax-efficient if managed effectively.

  • Deemed domiciled status: Who’s caught and what’s the effect?

    Malcolm Finney looks at deemed domiciled status following changes introduced in F(No 2)A 2017.

  • Tax case reviews

    Mark McLaughlin reviews two recent important tax cases:

    • Taxpayer’s stay at property was insufficient to make it a ‘residence’
    • Payments to ‘consultancy vehicles’ were employment income
  • Business property relief - Two-year ownership?

    Mark McLaughlin highlights some exceptions and quirks in the minimum period of ownership requirement for inheritance tax business property relief purposes.

  • Register for child benefit – Even if the HICBC applies

    Parents are eligible to claim child benefit if they are responsible for one or more children under the age of 16, or under 20 where the child remains in approved education or training. Sarah Bradford explains why it is important to register for child benefit, even if it is clawed back via the high income child benefit charge.

 

Essential monthly tax news and planning updates

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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