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HM Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”) gets four million windfall HMRC extends investigation time limits HMRC may use artificial intelligence to check up on budding Wimbledon entrepreneurs HMRC publishes information on Making Tax Digital HMRC receive a record breaking £5.2bn from Inheritance tax If the Government want Amazon to pay more tax it will have to change the rules Increase in deductions for pensions means a decrease in take home pay for many Interest rate rise will hurt buy to let investors and may increase rental charges Introducing the International Business Trips App Letting out your drive for cash to someone attending Twickenham or Wimbledon may SOUND a great idea Many companies have already implemented technical issues published by the Government yesterday but m New Capital Gains Tax proposal could be a nightmare for property owners No vacation from tax and National Insurance for students doing holiday work Non-doms pay their way Number of UK properties sold is down but stamp duty land tax take continues to rise Offshore tax evaders face imprisonment and enormous fines Property owners could get hit with unexpected tax bill in two weeks’ time Property transactions hit lowest in three years but tax take is up across the board Settlement deadline extended for disguised remuneration loan schemes Short term business visitors consultation – does it go far enough? 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Affordable housing is not affordable, say young professionals Aliens, being busy or blaming your ex-wife are not “reasonable excuses” to miss your tax return fili Austria Connect UK 2017 Autumn Budget 2017 Blick Rothenberg appoints new corporate tax partner Blick Rothenberg partner Simon Gleeson on panel at Concur Fusion Exchange Blick Rothenberg partner Simon Sutcliffe joins Bloomberg Tax panel discussion Blick Rothenberg partners with leading German-speaking law, architects and project management firms Blick Rothenberg to expand with first acquisition Budget 2017: Our experts have their say on property Business expenses Businesses want stability from the Chancellor in the Autumn Budget Changes on the horizon for employment status and PAYE Christmas parties and gifts could end up increasing your tax bill Corporate Criminal Tax Evasion legislation Don’t forget the Self Assessment tax return deadline on 31st January Don't get married for tax benefits Equal pay day and gender pay reporting Government announces major changes to UK property owned by overseas companies in move for greater tr Chancellor’s call for IHT simplification should extend to the rest of the personal tax system HM Revenue & Customs’ (“HMRC”) warning to offshore tax dodgers should be taken seriously HMRC should reduce VAT claim times for Carillion customers HMRC victorious in first IR35 decision in seven years as it clamps down on ‘bogus’ self-employment Interest rates rise puts pressure on the Government to reform SDLT regime £6.9 billion surge in Corporate Tax receipts Blick Rothenberg appoints new Dispute Resolution Partner Blick Rothenberg launch a Practitioner Support Programme Blick Rothenberg partners with 2018 HR Directors Summit Blick Rothenberg recognised in the Chambers HNW 2017 guide Blick Rothenberg responds: what happens if I own shares in a company that is in financial difficulty Budget Predictions: AIM Budget predictions: Corporation tax Budget predictions: Enterprise Investment Scheme ("EIS") Budget predictions: Health and welfare - a tricky Budget Budget predictions: Stamp Duty Land Tax ("SDLT") and property Budget predictions: Tax simplification, anti-avoidance and making tax digital Budget predictions: Personal tax Budget predictions: VAT Budget predictions: Employer solutions and the Apprenticeship Levy Finance Bill 2017: Trust changes 3% SDLT surcharge raises extra £2 billion in tax for the Government AIM rules review All fees charged by eBay in the UK are now subject to VAT Apprenticeship levy could leave schools struggling for finance Blick Rothenberg appoints new Private Client partner Blick Rothenberg strengthens Global Mobility team with a key appointment Britain is open for business… and sports! New timetable for Making Tax Digital a relief for businesses E-commerce giant starts charging VAT to tens of thousands of UK retailers Give tax efficiently: shares or cash? Government’s tax take is up by 7.22% HMRC clarifies its distinction between a care home and a hospital HMRC will crack down on misuse of Employee Benefit Trusts following football club case ruling International Women’s Day: women in tax share their experiences and advice Make sure you make your tax payment by the end of this month Making a tax return before the New Year could be beneficial to thousands Making Tax Digital (“MTD”) postponed Missed the tax return deadline? Don’t bury your head in the sand – take action now New electric car tax? Non-domicile reforms - The final chapter Non-domicile reforms re-introduced but taxpayers will now have less time to sort out their affairs Paradise Papers: More ammunition for HMRC in war against offshore tax evasion Sugar tax sweetener for the Government as HMRC receipts hit £600bn for the first time Tax rules governing short term business visitors to the UK don't go far enough Autumn Budget 2017: Proposed changes to UK taxation on royalties Scottish Budget: New income tax band adds more complexity and uncertainty for those living and worki Second self-assessment tax payments on account raise half a billion more than in 2016 Spring Statement 2018 Stamp Duty relief for first time buyers welcome, but still a long way to go, say young professionals Spring Statement 2018: commentary Tax free royal duties? Tax needn’t be taxing, but for many people with mental health issues it can be Tax Planning for the Family Company & Business conference on Wednesday 28 February in London. Taxation of lump sums from overseas pension schemes Government announces new measures to tackle tax evasion and avoidance Taxpayers can improve their position for the current tax year but need to act quickly Taylor Review analyses Britain’s changing employment landscape UK to be jumping off ground to Europe and US markets in post-Brexit world? “More than meets the eye” – Watching out for Entrepreneurs’ Relief 10 New Tax Year resolutions Autumn Budget Announcement 2014 Autumn Statement 2015 Autumn Statement 2016 Budget Announcement 2017 Budget Announcement A new reporting regime for small entities Abolition of P11D Dispensations Accessing talent Adding VAT to private school fees would only be possible after leaving the EU Auto enrolment Autumn Budget 2017 Autumn Statement 2016 date announced Autumn Statement reactions Be wary of the new Lifetime ISA Benefit and expenses update Blick Rothenberg appoints new corporate tax and VAT partners Blick Rothenberg appoints Nilesh Shah as CEO Blick Rothenberg charity update Blick Rothenberg is highly commended at the CIPP Excellence Awards Blick Rothenberg announces investment by HgCapital Blick Rothenberg shortlisted for payroll service provider award Blick Rothenberg sponsors award for Latin American start-ups Blick Rothenberg sponsors award for Latin American start-ups Blick Rothenberg update Blick Rothenberg wins Investors Chronicle award for 'Inheritance tax and succession planning' Blick Rothenberg's Autumn Statement predictions Blick Rothenberg's Budget Newsroom BR Blog: AEOI uncertainties for offshore assets and interests BR Blog: Automatic Exchange of Information and Global Transparency BR Blog: Autumn Statement and Tech Companies BR Blog: Capping early exit pension charges BR Blog: Global Expansion BR Blog: HM Revenue & Customs launch the Worldwide Disclosure Facility BR Blog: Non-domicile 'shambles' BR blog: Spring, but no surprises sprung Budget Predictions Budget predictions: Childcare, National Insurance & Income Tax Budget predictions: Corporate and VAT Budget predictions: Private client Budget predictions: Property and SDLT Budget predictions: Property/stamp duty land tax and infrastructure Business Investment Relief changes do not go far enough Businesses need to prepare for the Apprenticeship Levy Cash no longer key to retaining employees Changes to the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme (“GASDS”) to take effect from 6 April 2017 Construction Industry Scheme (“CIS”) update Conversions to residential buildings carried out under Permitted Development Rights (“PDR”) David Rothenberg Employer update Equity crowdfunding: a tax-savvy investment option at the click of a button Extension of the Mini One-Stop-Shop (“MOSS”) regime Financial lessons to be learned from the failure of Kids Company Forgot about submitting your tax returns online? These last minute tips could save you Gender paygap reporting Governance and recent charity collapses BR Blog: HM Revenue & Customs ("HMRC") u-turn on non-domicile automatic rebasing for non-reporting o Government finances record £9.4bn surplus, but property market continues to slow down 'Health warning' for Lifetime ISA savers HMRC will be looking at summer sports HMRC’s tax receipts are up by 6.6% HR update Interest rates cut should trigger Personal Savings Allowance reform International update January blues, tube strike or Brexit are not “reasonable excuses” to have missed your tax return pay Last minute year-end tax trimming tips Longridge VAT case: Bad news for charities Making a tax return before the New Year could be beneficial to thousands Manifesto pledges on Income Tax and National Insurance do not go far enough National Insurance U-turn welcomed New leak of offshore data from the Bahamas Nimesh Shah named in Spear’s top recommended tax accountants No changes to VAT relief on energy saving material Non-dom reform should be postponed until full effect of Brexit is understood On International Women’s day, a reminder about Gender Pay Gap reporting Payroll update Payroll update Payrolling of benefits Penalties for enablers of failed tax avoidance schemes Pension update Pension/international update People earning £40,000 or more will pay less tax under the Conservatives than Labour Political parties should not underestimate the impact that personal tax rates can have Potential VAT implications following the UK’s decision to leave the EU Potential VAT implications following the UK’s decision to leave the EU Proposed changes to PAYE settlement agreement (“PSA”) Requirement to publish your business strategy Research report on the Taxation of Internationally Mobile Employees Results of the UK government consultation on reforms to the taxation of non-domiciles Results of the UK government consultation on reforms to the taxation of non-domiciles Reward and employee share update Significant proposals dropped from Finance Bill 2017 at the last minute leaving taxpayers in limbo Strengthening economy and higher profits in the small and medium size business sectors, HMRC tax col Study finds tax system penalises internationally mobile executives and calls for urgent action Summary of developments relevant to charities Take technology more seriously Tax Planning Guide 2017 Tax take continues to rise after January’s record figures Taylor Review: Changes on the horizon for employment status and PAYE? Ten new tax year resolutions to start off on the right foot Termination payments The 54th International Tax Conference Budget predictions: savings and pensions The 'Bank of Mum and Dad' lifeline and the Stamp Duty Land Tax trap The Crown could seize company assets worth millions The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and payroll The inaugral Cyprus International Tax Conference on in Nicosia, Cyprus. The international business environment post Brexit and Trump The International Tax Conference in St Moritz, Switzerland The lowdown on EIS The suggested removal of Entrepreneurs' relief could see fewer businesses set up in the UK The timing of the publication of a draft Finance Bill is a welcome change to previous rushed and som Toys R Us and Maplin collapse: what to do to mitigate losses UK budgets for Brexit planning in Spring Statement UK consumers could pay less for e-books following EU vote Update on e-books Update: Changes to the taxation of non-domiciled individuals Tax policy post Brexit The Common Reporting Standard (“CRS”): Impact on charities UKeeping in Touch - A calmer reflection on Brexit Big changes for small businesses Blick Rothenberg LLP: 2016 Budget Newsroom Blick Rothenberg meets fundraising target in memory of Colin Lehmann Blick Rothenberg’s Tech Business Awards launched Blick Rothenberg’s Tech Business Programme Blick Rothenberg's Ana Valgode to speak at Santander Conference BR blog: Are employers and employees ready? BR Blog: Budget Predictions BR Blog: Budget Predictions - Alan Pearce BR Blog: Budget Predictions - Mark Abbs BR Blog: Budget Predictions - Nimesh Shah BR Blog: Budget Predictions - Paul Smith BR Blog: Successful crowdfunding entrepreneurs should be wary of tax implications BR Blog: New Stamp Duty Land Tax BR Blog: New Stamp Duty Land Tax regime could hit wrong target BR Blog: Reform of pension tax relief Budget 2016 Changes to the tax treatment of company distributions Colin Lehmann Corporation tax at 15% would show Britain is open for business Don’t forget your self-assessment tax payment due by the end of this month Fundraising in memory of Blick Rothenberg partner Colin Lehmann Higher rate Stamp Duty Land Tax (“SDLT”) for additional properties Managing the global expansion of your business A new name - the same service: Blick Rothenberg Global Business Services Limited A new name – the same service: Blick Rothenberg Global Business Services Limited A new name for BRAL - the same service A stricter approach to Short Term Business Visitors Arrangement Academy schools and VAT Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (‘ATED’) Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) and Capital Gains Tax (CGT) for non-UK residents Applications close on Friday for Blick Rothenberg’s Tech Business Programme Apprentices and trainees Autumn Statement 2013 Autumn Statement 2014 Autumn Statement 2014 Commentary Autumn Statement predictions: our experts have their say Avoiding costly VAT errors in cross border transactions Blick Rothenberg LLP is shortlisted for two categories in the Taxation Awards 2015 Blick Rothenberg LLP: 2015 Budget Newsroom Blick Rothenberg part of London Technology Week Blick Rothenberg partner speaks at Licensing Executives Society Blick Rothenberg team complete the British Military Fitness Challenge Blick Rothenberg, Tech City News and NatWest host event for start-ups Blick Rothenberg: winners at the 2015 Taxation Awards Blick Rothenberg: winners at the 2015 Taxation Awards Blick Rothenberg: winners at the 2015 Taxation Awards Blick Rothenberg’s Charity Update Blick Rothenberg’s Charity Update Blick Rothenberg’s Tech Business Programme Blick Rothenberg’s UK tax landscape predictions Blick Rothenberg's Charity Update BR Blog: Access Accountancy BR Blog: Changes to employment related securities and security options BR Blog: Lifetime allowance BR Blog: Nimesh Shah on the family home and the Inheritance Tax issue BR Blog: Non-domicile consultation BR Blog: Non-domicile consultation document released BR Blog: State Pension Top-Up BR Blog: Tapered Annual Allowance BR Blog: Tech Business Programme Budget 2014 Budget 2014 pension update Budget 2015 Business visitors coming to work in the UK Buying Christmas presents from abroad could be more expensive than you think Buy-to-let Landlords Cabinet office consults on the audit of charities Capital Gains Tax (“CGT”) for non-UK resident companies CGT on residential properties owned by non-UK residents Changes to employment related securities and security options Changes to non-domicile: What does the future hold? Changes to the Directors’ report Changes to the taxation of residential property Charities and Social Investment Charities Online – are you aware of it? Charities trading - use of retailing websites Charity bike ride Charity Commission promises Charity Commission’s approach to regulation being reviewed Choice available for new charities Statement of Recommended Practice (“SORP”) Complete Patent Box service Confusion reigns over the VAT treatment of charity direct mailing Creative industry tax reliefs Diverted Profits Tax Diverted Profits Tax (“DPT”) Diverted profits tax may make companies think twice Employers beware: recent case law could result in fundamental changes to the definition of ‘holiday Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) Exam success for trainees Festive Fundraising for Kith & Kids Finnish parenting start-up Wauwaa wins new investment Flexible pensions launched 6 April 2015 Further reduction in UK corporate tax rate GREAT Tech Awards 2014 GREAT Tech Awards, New York HMRC invites people to tweet their tax inquiries Green shoots taking root in the UK HireVue - a client case study HMRC’s offshore tax evasion strategy Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (“FATCA”) Income tax International matters July Budget Newsroom Level of HM Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”) enquiries set to increase Managing International Payments Managing the process of employing staff in a new territory New Blick Rothenberg partner: Gary Gardner Non-domicile changes Our Autumn Statement newsroom is now open Property tax Record Stamp Duty Land Tax receipts Review your pension contributions to avoid tax surprise Second 2015 Budget Announcement Silicon Beach - The UK’s fastest growing tech hub? Small businesses are growing Statutory Residence Test Supreme Court finds in favour of taxpayer in case involving an investment into a US LLC Tax Planning Guide: Foreword Tax year end planning tips Tax year end planning: Foreword Love the Sales wins £160k advertising campaign Tech Business Programme participants named in Start-ups Top 100 Tax year end planning: Inheritance Tax Internal promotions - Nils Schmidt-Soltau International Business Review: Creative Industry Tax Reliefs Tax year end planning: International Matters IPOs increase on London Stock Exchange Irish Budget could bring more business to the UK Irish Budget reduces attractiveness of Ireland London #1 choice for European Headquarters London’s green economy Making charitable donations overseas More and more people are filling in their tax returns over Christmas New .London domain New Blick Rothenberg partners - Caroline Le Jeune New Charities Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP) New guidance on donations by a company to its parent charity New UK GAAP New UK GAAP Nimesh Shah on Money Box Live Nimesh Shah recognised in “Eprivateclients’ 50 most influential 2015” Non-resident directors of UK companies Non-UK domiciled individuals - secured loan arrangements Non-UK domiciled individuals - secured loan arrangements Overseas Landlords and UK Property Pension-related predictions ahead of the Autumn Statement Tax year end planning: Pensions Pensions Minister reaffirms plans for pension annuities and fund access Pensions update Possible changes to UK Patent Box Possible changes to UK Patent Box Tax year end planning: Property Tax Proposed radical changes to accounting for smaller companies R&D tax credits Risk management - charities Scotland votes NO – Will there be any tax changes? Social Investment Tax Relief (“SITR”) Tax year end planning: Tax Allowances Tax reliefs: reasonable and prudent planning by charities Tax take figures show an increase of more than £15 billion Tax year end health check Tax year end health check Tax year end planning: Child benefit Tax year end planning: International matters Tax year end planning: Partnership tax changes Tax year end planning: Pension contributions Tax year end planning: Residential property tax changes Tax year end planning: Tax efficient investments Tax year end planning: Trust and estate planning Tech City now led by London & Partners Finalists Announced for the Great Tech Awards The "Google tax" and Intellectual Property The Bakery - bringing businesses together The Bakery - update The Budget 2015 The definition of charity for tax purposes remains unchanged The Enterprise Bill - Making Britain “the best place in Europe to start a business” The Firm’s Christmas Party Could Cost You Money The first pre-election tax break? The future of UK GAAP The Great Tech Awards - 2014 The Maccabi Community Fun Run The quality of the person is just as important as the quality of the venture in setting up a busines The UK election The UK tech sector “leads the way” for bringing foreign investment to London Thousands of medical professionals may get unexpected tax bills Travelling the world, trying to escape from a foreign intelligence agency is no excuse not to file y UK & International Corporate Taxation UK is #1 for Foreign Direct Investment in Europe UK set to lead advanced economies in GDP growth Update on the VAT treatment of charity direct mailing VAT announcements in the Budget 2017 VAT on charity buildings VAT rebates for hospices, search and rescue charities and air ambulances VAT refund scheme for certain charities VAT update: Charity direct marketing services VAT:alert Vator Splash, London Very few will benefit from HMRC’s new simple assessment system Watch out for VAT increases after Brexit Webinar: Changes to the taxation of non-domiciled individuals Welcoming new partners What the Autumn Statement could mean for Germany What was not included Why increasingly more business owners are outsourcing their HR function Zero hours contracts: A flexible way for employers to contribute to the labour market? 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Can I use a trust to avoid the stamp duty surcharge?” £1,000 business rates discount vowed for majority of pubs #AutumnStatement: The prime resi industry reacts #TeaseLondon Winner is (Not) Boris Johnson [Pay attention to changes] in tax rules - or pay the penalty next year £1.2bn buy-to-let tax boost before stamp duty rise £127m in Stamp Duty returned to home owners caught by surcharge rule £21bn rise in tax revenue driven by house sales £4bn windfall for HMRC £500,000 to get your first flat £500,000 to get your first flat: A quarter of London homes bought by first-time buyers ''worth half £80,000 or 18 bitcoin: I'll accept either for my three-bed house 12 smart ways to cut the cost of Christmas 2017? A residential landlord's review 3% SDLT surcharge raises extra £2bn 40% of SDLT collected is result of 3% surcharge on buy-to-let properties 40% threshold rises to £42,385 as allowances tweaked 5 minute guide to inheritance tax 9am Lowdown: Government department makes huge tax blunder A boring Budget isn't a bad thing. Just think of the alternative A changing labour market and disparity between types of employment may be affecting job opportunitie A Christmas Tale A five minute guide to inheritance A home in Spain? You may have to pay the stamp duty surcharge A home in France? You may face the UK buy-to-let stamp duty surcharge A popular reform to stamp duty has started to kick in A primer on making gift inheritance tax efficient A smaller pot A wide view Access Accountancy launches Accountant's clinic: Tax returns get your skates on Accountants Explain What they Want to See in the Spring Budget Act quickly to claim your tax reliefs Action to take after the spring budget Advertising watchdog ruling Advisers warned to prepare clients for offshore tax deadline AirBnb hosts face tax grilling in Ireland All you need is love, but marry if money is crucial Am I eligible for Mortgage Relief? Am I insured if I give out my keys? Amazon’s Latest U.K. Accounts Reignite Corporate Taxation Debate Amount of income tax paid by self-employed increases 18% An end to all the uncertainty? That's No Analysis: End of annual tax return could pose risks Analysis: How does the Budget affect you? Analysis: New funding for free schools Analysis: Social care given £2 billion boost Analysis: The Chancellor's Budget for all generations Analysis: The Chancellor's Budget for all generations Annual investment allowance goes up to £200,000 Another Successful London Tech Week Another tax cut for firms but they'll have to pay up quicker Anti-avoidance plans 'could affect the innocent' Anti-avoidance plans 'could affect the innocent' Apprenticeship levy may leave schools struggling for finance As I see it: Heather Self AS2016: NICs threshold aligned for employers and employees Ask the experts - I'm facing a CPO on my buy-to-let. Will I have to pay CGT? Ask the experts - 'I'm worried I broke the law gifting shares to grandchildren' Ask the experts - 'Will I owe capital gains tax if I sell the annexe next to my house?' Ask the experts - 'Will smart meters really save us money?' Autumn Budget 2017: Chancellor goes after “low risk return” investors with SEIS and EIS reform Autumn Budget 2017: Hammond promises to replace European startup investment with new fund post-Brexi Autumn Budget 2017: Modest easing of pressure for UK’s small businesses Autumn Budget 2017: Reactions from the business community Autumn Budget 2017: What businesses should expect Autumn Budget: London business group calls for stamp duty rethink Autumn Budget: Six things we already know Autumn Statement 2015 calculator - find out if you'll be better or worse off next year Autumn Statement 2015: 30-day CGT limit will net government more than £1bn Autumn Statement 2015: 30-day window to pay CGT from 2019 Autumn Statement 2015: After the tax rise: what next for buy to let? Autumn Statement 2015: Buy-to-let stamp duty rise 'final nail in coffin' for small landlords Autumn Statement 2015: HMRC a digital tax titan? It can’t even answer the phone Autumn Statement 2015: how the 'mini budget' affects you Autumn Statement 2015: Key finance points Autumn Statement 2015: Spending Review 2015 – 3% increase on Stamp Duty for BTL & second homes Autumn Statement 2015: Poor families 'still losing out' despite tax credit U-turn - live updates Autumn Statement 2015: Tax Commentary from the Profession Autumn Statement 2014: 40% tax threshold rises to £42,385 Autumn Statement 2014: Are you a winner or a loser from the autumn statement? Autumn Statement 2014: Chancellor unveils 'Google tax' in corporate clampdown Autumn Statement 2014: Expert Advice Autumn Statement 2014: Highlights Autumn Statement 2014: Osborne offers mixed bag to non-domestic taxpayers Autumn Statement 2014: Osborne stresses compliance as key part of pro-business regime Autumn Statement 2014: Tax on dividends changed with 'B share' review Autumn Statement 2015: tampon tax charity funds good causes Autumn Statement 2015: tax, pensions, savings and investments Autumn Statement 2015: the key measures Autumn Statement 2016: How tax threshold changes will affect you Autumn Statement Reaction Autumn Statement to tackle SDLT, IHT and BEPS Autumn Statement: Chancellor reinforces commitment to 17% corp tax Autumn Statement: Experts give their verdicts Autumn Statement: This online calculator tells you exactly what it means for your money Autumn Statement: What it means for your money Back-pedalling on perks Bahamian leaks provide more ammunition for HMRC Baldwins adds to roster with another West Country acquisition Baldwins continues spree with Cassons purchase Ban on letting agent fees could backfire on tenants, landlords warn Ban on letting agent fees could 'boomerang back' on tenants, landlords warn Ban on letting agent fees could 'boomerang back' on tenants, landlords warn Bank of England rate cut should trigger tax reform Banks and building societies snub Lifetime ISA Be wary of accelerating payments of dividends Best Wealth Manager for Inheritance Tax and Succession Planning Beyond the pale Big banks snub Lifetime Isas as 'Lisas' launch Bitcoin investors could face tax shock Bletchley Park codebreaker to be honoured with cutting-edge technology centre named after him Blick Rothenberg acquires private tax client practice Blick Rothenberg acquires Westleton Drake Blick Rothenberg buys Shelley Stock Hutter Blick Rothenberg LLP wins big Bob Rothenberg shares his thoughts on the Budget 2014 Bonfire of the taxes needed Boost for first-time buyers as buy-to-let landlords' profits are slashed in crackdown on mortgage in Break point if you play a let Brexit boost as HMRC's tax take hits £575bn Brexit pushes German companies to set up UK subsidiaries Britain targets financial advisers with new tax-avoidance fines British tax system to change for contractors Brokers calm fears over Budget hit to Budget Budget 2014 - who are the winners and the losers? Budget 2014 reaction: The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme Budget 2014 Survival Guide Budget 2014: AIA extended to 2015, further business reliefs Budget 2014: Good news for savers and pensioners if they're rich enough Budget 2014: Key measures Budget 2014: Six Britons on whether they'll be better or worse off Budget 2014: TaxFax table Budget 2014: Tighter GAAR Budget 2014: Upmarket property ripe for raiding Budget 2015 analysis: direct profits tax, IHT, pensions,aggressive tax promoters Budget 2015 slashes buy-to-let landlords profits over mortgage interest tax relief Budget 2015: Analysis - Am I a winner or loser? Budget 2015: Analysis - End of annual tax return could pose risks Budget 2015: Annual tax return to be replaced by digital accounts system Budget 2015: Annual tax return to be replaced by digital accounts system Budget 2015: Annuities pensioners given the freedom to sell, as the industry grumbles Budget 2015: Boost for social impact investing Budget 2015: Budget tables - the winners and losers at a glance Budget 2015: Budget tables - the winners and losers at a glance Budget 2015: Death Of The Tax Return Budget 2015: End of annual form-filling for millions Budget 2015: Fillip for self-employed as £2.75 a week levy scrapped Budget 2015: George Osborne's four key measures for savers explained Budget 2015: how does it affect me? Budget 2015: How it affects you Budget 2015: How the Budget affects you Budget 2015: How will this Budget affect you? Budget 2015: Income tax fillip for all except middle earners Budget 2015: Increase in personal allowance still leaves middle earners worse off Budget 2015: Inheritance tax deed of variation review Budget 2015: Landlords and tenants hit to cool overheated buy-to-let market Budget 2015: Lifetime pensions allowance slashed to £1 million Budget 2015: Low-income parents penalised? Budget 2015: National insurance boost for the self-employed Budget 2015: New £1,000 tax allowance for savers Budget 2015: North Sea incentives will benefit oil explorers longer term Budget 2015: Osborne cuts punitive tax on annuities Budget 2015: Osborne unveils measures to woo savers Budget 2015: Osborne's budget aims at crowdpleasing but odds still stacked against the young Budget 2015: Osborne's winners and losers Budget 2015: tax returns scrapped, allowances raised Budget 2015: what it means for you: The key points explained, from Fuel Duty to Help-to-Buy Budget 2016: A shameless attempt to butter up the small-business community Budget 2016: Capital gains tax cut cheers investors, annoys landlords Budget 2016: CGT exemption limit on employee shareholders Budget 2016: clampdown on employer-provided benefits for personal service company workers Budget 2016: corporation tax cut to 17% Budget 2016: Corporation tax set to be cut further Budget 2016: Experts View Budget 2016: new 'Lifetime ISA' announced for under 40s Budget 2016: Osborne announces corporation tax cuts for small businesses Budget 2016: Sharp cut saves billions for investors Budget 2016: shock CGT cut could push property investors to set up companies Budget 2016: Tax Calculator Budget 2016: Tax year end: your last-minute checks Budget 2016: The key points from George Osborne's speech Budget 2016: The winners and losers of this year's Budget Budget 2017 - First look at the tax measures Budget 2017 tax tables: what the Government's changes mean for you Budget 2017: Brexit challenge could tighten tax net Budget 2017: Brexit challenge could tighten tax net Budget 2017: buy-to-let investors face higher taxes on capital gains Budget 2017: buy-to-let investors face higher taxes on capital gains Budget 2017: dividend allowance cut to £2k Budget 2017: dividend tax blow for company directors and shareholders Budget 2017: Extra £2 billion for social care in England Budget 2017: Extra £2 billion for social care in England Budget 2017: FT Money on what it means for you Budget 2017: Hammond commits to corporation tax cuts Budget 2017: Here's how the battle of the generations could unfold on Budget 2017: More generous EIS investment limit for ‘knowledge-intensive’ start-ups Budget 2017: National living wage rise confirmed at £7.83 Budget 2017: Online calculator reveals what Philip Hammond's announcements mean for your money Budget 2017: Prime property industry pleas and predictions Budget 2017: Reaction Budget 2017: reverse charge to curb construction industry VAT fraud Budget 2017: Self-employed Hit with Higher Taxes Budget 2017: Starkly upbeat Hammond pushes GDP forecast up, delivers tax bombshell for investors Budget 2017: the HR lowdown Budget 2017: The sky's the limit for UK scale-ups with a new fund and a bigger EIS limit Budget 2017: what does it mean for pensioners? Budget 2017: What to expect Budget briefing: what to expect from Osborne’s red box Budget briefing: what to expect from Osborne's red box Budget 2016: Capital gains tax rate falls from 28% to 20% Budget 2016: Income tax boost for lower and middle earners Budget gives divorced couples exemption on stamp duty surcharge Budget rule change to hit UK commercial property Budget tax raid on the self-employed and small businesses branded a 'hammer blow' to Britain's hard Budget unveils £20bn action plan to support tech scale-ups Budget2015: George Osborne's four key measures for savers explained Bugdet 2015: Anti-avoidance plans 'could affect the innocent' Business boosted by VAT flat rate Business is blooming for Anna after her battle with adversity Business owners are accelerating dividend payments from their companies to avoid higher tax rates in Business reaction to Budget 2017 Buy them a home - and pay no tax Buy to let can provide a steady income but beware the pitfalls Buy-to-let fightback: use these four tricks to beat crippling tax rises Buy-to-let home bubble set to burst Buy-to-let landlords face rising costs Buy-to-let landlords face 'severe' profits shock Buy-to-let landlords increasingly find themselves in a tax cul-de-sac Buy-to-let landlords urged to pay close attention to tax rule changes Buy-to-let landlords will see their after-tax profits reduced Buy-to-let: How today's Budget will affect landlords Calls for 100% LTV mortgages to be guaranteed by government Calls for review of HMRC systems after 100,000 hit by tax errors Calls mount for stamp duty holiday Can I cut the capital gains tax bill on my £375,000 cottage?' Can I get my employer to pay me gross? Can I pass my properties to my children and cut my tax bill? Can I pass my property to children in the US and qualify for the new tax break?' Can I transfer shares to my spouse to reduce our tax bill? Can I use inherited Premium Bonds to pay my inheritance tax bill? Capital gains tax changes to property not as fair as chancellor claims Captial gains tax on the rise - and who's paying it Carillion crisis: UK banks offer help to small firms, as task force launched - as it happened Cash no longer key to retaining employees, shares count too CBI applauds boost to growth as tax break encourage investment Chancellor abolishes stamp duty for most first-time buyers Chancellor abolishes stamp duty for most first-time buyers Chancellor shocks buy-to-let market Chancellors Budget continues government SME support Chaos warning over new 'simple' tax return Charitable consultation Childless couples miss out on the IHT deal Christmas party 'could bring tax shock' Christmas: Giving and not receiving the hefty tax bills Claim Your UK Dues Clarity needed on changing vehicle tax Coalition Promises v What They Delivered Coalition saw £95bn increase in annual tax receipts CogitalGroup’s Blick Rothenberg acquires specialist tax practice Concerns over future of entrepreneurs' relief ContractorCalculator: Contracting news in brief Corporate tax and the digital economy Corporate tax cuts for workers not shirkers Corporation tax at 15% would show Britain is open for business Corporation tax receipts up by 18.3 per cent on the year Corporation tax receipts up by 18.3% on the year Cost of energy saving products to increase Could the government switch up the tax machine? Court cases and implications Court cases and implications Crowdfunding entrepreneurs urged to be wary of tax implications Cruel new quirks in death duty system Daily money Daily money Deadline disasters Deadline looms – Don’t forget the taxman wants a second helping Declare your holiday rental earnings or face the wrath of HMRC Delays expected for tax refunds with new HMRC repayment policy Devil's in the detail of 'tax-free' dividend Devolved tax powers may not benefit Scotland at all in the short term Did Ed Miliband avoid inheritance tax on his parents' home? Dieselgate: company cars set for a nasty shock? Digital tax revolution on ice: what does the delay mean for you? Dividend break slashed from £5k to £2k as Chancellor keeps Osborne's higher tax but attacks measure Dividend changes to net Hammond £2.7billion Dividend hit for investors Dividend tax credit changes: Parliament probe begins Dividend tax credits petition rises to over 22,000 signatures Dividend tax credits petition tops 31,000 signatures Dividend tax credits: Update branded 'misleading' Dividends reform to hit large portfolios Dividend tax dilemmas 'Do i need to rewrite my will to take account of the new inheritanct tax allowance?' Does the regime distort decision-making? Don’t let HMRC steal the Christmas turkey Don’t let HMRC steal the turkey this Christmas…and end up paying too much tax Don’t replace furniture in let properties Don't forget to pay tax on your rental income due this month Double the family fortune and beat death tax Down-at-heel Clarks voices fears over sterling Dukes of Westminster pumped millions into secretive offshore firms Ease the cost of moving home by house swapping EBT warning court decision casts light on Trust schemes. Edwin Coe advises Blick Rothenberg on its acquisition of Shelley Stock Hutter LLP Eire to block ‘double Irish’ loophole Employer and employee national insurance thresholds to be aligned End of the 99p download? VAT shake-up could actually make Apple downloads cheaper End of the offshore gravy train England price growth slows amid "bubble" publicity Enterprise investment scheme allowance doubled Enterprise investment scheme allowance doubled Entrepreneurs hit by overreaching tax reforms Entrepreneurs' relief must not be scrapped Entrepreneurs’ tax relief tipped for squeeze Equity crowdfunding: a tax-savvy investment option at the click of a button Essential tax planning: year-end tax tips to beat 6 April deadline European delights EU's MOSS changes could see UK companies charging French VAT Expats will be free to cash in annuities Experts warn Hammond over IHT review Facebook restructures UK business model Families urged to review trusts to benefit from new inheritance tax break Family home allowance for loved ones abroad, and why cashback incentives are tax-free Faster CGT payments may prove problematic for landlords Fewer planning rules equals more homes? Finance Experts Discuss Their Thoughts on the Forthcoming Autumn Statement Financial sunrise Fiona Fernie resigns from Pinsent Masons to join tax dispute resolution team at Blick Rothenberg First-time buyers save £284m in stamp duty relief First-time buyers using shared ownership risk missing out on stamp duty exemption Forget boring jobs, students. Think of other ways to earn as you learn... Freelancers on £10,000 lose under Budget 2015 Freelancers' tax helper backs digital accounts Freelancers? Take-home pay set to rise French entrepreneurs and rich expats divided over London’s appeal Further non-dom rule delays 'disastrous' amid UK election fears George Osborne delivers Autumn Statement bombshell for buy to let investors, while house builder sha George Osborne's Autumn Statement 2015: what we know so far George Osborne's budget a crowdpleaser, but odds remain stacked against young German-British conference warned of need to take IoT security seriously 'Get your tax return in' Getting to Grips with the EU's New Disclosure Directive? Give efficiently Give tax efficiently: Shares or cash? Give yourself a CGT MOT Good ideas for boosting income Goodbye to the tax return for 2m people but the news may not all be good Government accused after slashing tax-free dividend allowance Government accused after slashing tax-free dividend allowance Government proposes changes to entrepreneurs tax relief Government removes Making Tax Digital from Finance Bill 2017 Government to raise £1.2bn in CGT payment deadline crackdown Government took record level of Stamp Duty revenue in April Government urged to extend non-doms consultation period Government urged to scrap Personal Savings Allowance Government urged to scrap Personal Savings Allowance Guest Comment: The unfair pensions tax treatment of internationally mobile executives Hammond must tackle property tax Hammond pledges £2.3bn for 100,000 new homes Hammond's NICs U-turn elicits mixed reactions Happy new tax year! Here's a ten point guide to cutting your tax bill Has the dividend allowance been cut? Have rare items? Donate them to save tax Headwinds build against pensions for buy-to-let Heather Self: In conversation with HMRC's Jim Harra Heavy weighs the crown Here's how you might benefit from Tory tax cuts High drama as film tax relief flops High drama as film tax relief flops High street given £750m injection through rate relief Higher rate threshold raised to £45k High-risk tax avoidance schemes still being touted HMRC clarifies dividend tax allowance HMRC could extend its ‘shoot first’ APN regime HMRC gets record high with sugar boost HMRC helpline for businesses hit by floods after Storm Desmond HMRC is not supporting self assessment taxpayers - Blick Rothenberg HMRC on the prowl over summer sports property lets HMRC pays out £350,000 to tax evasion ‘snitches’ in a year HMRC problems cause banking delays for taxpayers' cheques HMRC receives record-breaking £5.2bn from Inheritance Tax HMRC reorganisation risks pushing tax authority to breaking point HMRC should reduce VAT claim times for Carillion customers HMRC showcases new powers with raids on Premier League football clubs HMRC stamp duty bonanza HMRC to scrap ‘perverse’ entrepreneur tax relief rules HMRC to speed up capital gains tax payment for residential property sales HMRC unveils the 10 worst excuses for late tax returns HMRC urges taxpayers to declare foreign income HMRC u-turn on secured loan arrangements for non-doms HMRC warns tax dodgers of higher penalties HMRC warns taxpayers to avoid self assessment scams HMRC wins £350,000 tax avoidance case HMRC's new power 'bad for advisers and clients' HMRC's new power is bad news for advisers and clients HMRC's top 10 bonkers excuses for late tax returns Holiday jobs mean overheated tax bills How are second-home owners affected by new anti-flipping rules? How can I maximise IHT breaks to invest for my granddaughter? How commercial property is taxed How landlords can make buy-to-let more tax efficient How might the Autumn Budget affect AIM companies? How much tax does an expat returning to the UK have to pay? How residential property is taxed How to deal with the new dividend tax How to get rich quick from the Rugby World Cup How to invest in property How to maximise your buy-to-let profits How to protect your deposit when buying with friends Here's how you might benefit from Tory tax cuts How will the death tax changes affect you? How woods can be tax-free How you vote next week could affect your finances How your quoted share are taxed I am widowed and now live with my new wife. What is my IHT position? 'I saved and planned, but now I have to pay £15,000 extra stamp duty' I want to downsize and buy in Spain. Will I pay the higher stamp duty? 'I was handed £79,500 stamp duty bill after my divorce' If the council makes me sell, do I still pay CGT? If you retired overseas and are suffering from a poorly-performing annuity at home, the Chancellor h I'm a tenant farmer. Can I pass on my rental property tax free? I'm facing a compulsory purchase order on my but-to-let. Will I have to pay CGT? I'm getting divorced. Will I have to pay tax on the settlement? Income tax, VAT and SDLT drive increase in tax take Individual buy-to-let landlords face a severe dent in after tax profits Budget 2016: Insurance premium tax rises by 0.5 per cent Industry Professionals Support RICS's Call for More Rental Homes Insights into a career in tax Interest rates double to 0.5% Investing in an expensive market Investment schemes could be reformed in Autumn Budget Investors race to beat STamp Duty Land Tax increase Irish Airbnb hosts face tax grilling as UK eyes up tax potential Is building on the Green Belt the only way to solve the housing crisis? Is it really worth it? Is it worth moving your buy-to-let into a company to keep mortgage interest relief? Is that it? Is the government getting what it wanted? Is this the death of the buy-to-let boom years? Isas — the entirely legal form of tax avoidance for everyone It adds up to keep on top of numbers Italian Parliament debates national levy for digital sales ITR Women in Tax Forum : Celebrating excellence It's time to get tough with the big boys January blues, tube strike or Brexit are not "reasonable excuses" to have missed your tax return pay July Budget 2015: Buy-to-let landlords hit as George Osborne restricts mortgage tax relief and hikes July Budget 2015: Dividend tax credit being scrapped in favour of £5,000 allowance Just hours to go before deadline and still Stamp Duty criticisms pour in Keep the taxman happy or add £1,300 to your bill Keeping the quality of our care high in the age of austerity Keeping your savings tax-free Labour manifesto tax plans threaten London, say practitioners Labour's land value tax unlikely to apply to gardens Ladbroke, unallowable purpose and deemed loans Landlord Today Landlords advised to wait until April to replace furniture Landlords contribute most to extra revenue from additional homes stamp duty surcharge Landlords should wait to replace furniture Landlords told to be aware of tax restrictions Landlords urged to pay attention to changes in residential property tax rules Landlords, Consider the Effects of Tax Relief Changes Now Last minute self assessment tax return tips Latin America's rising stars: How the LatAm Edge Awards is building a bridge between cultures Le Jeune: a very modest Budget Leaks & Cracks Appear in BUY-TO-LET Leaving money to charity can reap tax rewards Budget 2016: Lifetime ISA - what the surprise Budget announcement means for you Lender calls for Stamp Duty to be reformed into a seller’s tax Levy concern London-based Sup app lands USD1.1m in seed funding LondonTechWeek: Blick Rothenberg launches Tech Business Awards worth £100k LondonTechWeek: Funding your startup Low rates and rising inflation mean more misery for savers Lukewarm response from business to the Spring Statement Lynne Pearson resigns from BDO after 29 years' service to join Blick Rothenberg's Make a plan and take control of your IHT bill Making a tax return before the New Year could be beneficial to thousands Making the links Making the most of your tax allowances and reliefs Marcelo accepts jail term and admits fraud Married couples tax allowance likely to be abolished in Budget Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Royal Wedding gift bag madness: Bids on eBay reach £21,400 Member of a political party? Divorced parents? Tell the taxman or face a fine of thousands Mental health problems can be 'exacerbated' by HMRC demands, experts say MEPs vote to reduce VAT on ebooks to match printed rates Michael Goldstein: On a mission to bring `big changes'' to the US Mike Scoltock gives expert reaction to Budget 2014 Millions snared by income tax traps Millions wrongly taxed by HMRC despite new more precise system Mobile employees hit by double tax and social security losses Money Made Easy Your Five-Minute Guide to...Tax Returns Monstrous regimen of women Movers and shakers Movers and shakers My self-assessment is you won't find peace 'My wife passed away in 2005. What will my IHT allowance be under the new rules?' Buying abroad or in UK? You may face stamp duty surcharge Neighbours will snoop and tell if they suspect you’re a tax evader Networking Funding your startup: Ensuring investment is a catalyst, not a catastrophe New buy-to-let stamp duty: How much will you pay? New chief for Blick Rothenberg New dividend allowance New HMRC repayment policy could delay tax refunds New inheritance tax limit: thousands will miss out unless they make this change New inheritance tax perk: the seven key questions New inheritance tax rules: we answer your questions New SDLT: more questions than answers for buy-to-let and offshore investors New stamp duty charge on landlords and investors raises significantly more than expected New tax evasion rules are the most severe punitive measure yet? New tax reliefs for Peer-to-Peer lending could give individual investors a boost New tax rules could be costly for landlords NI rise will bring pain to many more than 'partners in law firms' Nil rate band to lift inheritance tax threshold by £100K from April Nil rate lifts on inheritance tax threshold Nine in 10 lawyers don't understand stamp duty Nine ways to increase your buy-to-let profits No clarity on IR35 private sector rollout No rest for the self-employed as many expected to submit tax returns on Christmas Day Non-dom reform should be delayed until 2018 Non-dom reform should be put on hold until 2018 Non-dom reforms revived Non-dom tax reforms resurface but the 2019 deadline hasn't changed Non-doms targeted and staff disadvantaged: the week in news Non-doms to benefit from changes in business investment relief Now open: the bank of Mum & Son Official guides that ‘fail’ taxpayers Offshore or onshore? Accountants warn of imprisonment for tax Offshore tax evaders face imprisonment and enormous fines Offshore tax evaders face imprisonment and enormous fines Offshore tax evasion: Osborne sets out new penalties One Minute with … Lee Hamilton One percent increase in income tax could solve NHS budget issues Osborne leaves freelancers better off, negligibly Osborne perpetuates UK core conflict on tax with Budget 2016 Osborne unveils surprise 'pay rise' in his first all-Conservative Budget Osborne's budget aims at crowdpleasing but odds still stacked against the young Osborne's buy-to-let bombshell Osborne's dividends raid valued upwards of £60bn Our home will be sold on our death. Will we qualify for the new inheritance tax allowance? 'Our parents made money from buy-to-let - why can't we?' Over baked Overseas territories to introduce public ownership registers Paradise lost Paradise Papers give HMRC more ammunition to curb offshore tax evasion Parents '10th biggest mortgage lender' Parents fear six-figure salary tax trap Parents fear six-figure salary tax trap Passing on the house Passing on your home: the new rules Payroll reform in the pipeline Pension changes: Savers left in limbo by Finance Bill omissions Pension contribution increases a 'harsh jolt' for millions People Pressing for progress for women in finance Property Owners Could be Hit with Unexpected Tax Bill in less than a Week Property played a starring role in this week's autumn Budget Property tax confusion hits Bank of Mum and Dad Receipts break £5bn mark for first time Relief for entrepreneurs who focus on expansion Revealed: taxman's faulty website can charge too much Royal wedding bells ring in tax liabilities Scotland to introduce two new tax bands Scots' tax disparities border on the absurd Scottish Budget tax changes will drive need for Financial Planning Second home stamp duty refunds running at £10m a month Second self-assessment tax payments higher Second self-assessment tax payments raise additional £510m Securing an extra decade of comfortable returns Self assessment: a step-by-step guide to completing your tax return Self-employed face new onslaught in the Budget as Chancellor plans to toughen rules on tax Self-employed hit by national insurance hike in budget Pension changes could catch out medical profession Pensions shake-up part 2 Perk that's just too taxing Personal Tax: Too much administration Petition launched to scrap digital tax accounts Plans to roll out digital tax accounts for the nation are raising hackles across the profession, rep Podcast The FT Money Show Private landlords 'may increase rents to cover stamp duty jump' Property investors more likely to use company structures following rule changes Property market experiences post-referendum "stutter" Property sales dropped to three year low Property Sales Lowest for 3 Years Due to Stamp Duty Rush Property tax boosts HMRC coffers Property Taxes Q&A: Buy-to-let: make it pay Quick fixes: Transfer of inheritance tax Record earnings from Stamp Duty Record stamp duty receipts Record stamp duty receipts in April Recovery in tax returns Red Ed the tax avoider: Property merry-go-rounds and how the Milibands changed a will, cutting their Rent out a room tax relief increase 'long overdue' Rent rises forecast after Osborne's tax-relief cut for landlords Renters shouldn’t be too overjoyed by ban on estate agent fees Rules on primary property relief set to tighten Rush to beat the additional SDLT rate Save Our Savings Scotland briefing: tax policy after no vote Scotland's No vote: what it means for your money Scottish taxes are out of kilter Scrap stamp duty to give Britain a real help to buy, Government told Scrap tax on development land to increase housing supply SDLT and VAT drive increase in tax receipts SDLT regime should be reformed to tackle slowing property market Self assessment tax receipts dip by £822m Self-assessment deadline: beat the tax return rush with our cheat sheet Self-employed hit by national insurance hike in budget Self's Assessment - Amazon Tax Charge Sell my business or pay extra stamp duty: the choice facing entrepreneurs Seven deadly ISA sins that'll cost you dear Shares or buy-to-let: which leads to more CGT? Budget 2016: Small businesses announcement 'significant' Shares trump cash for retaining employees Shocking fall in industry engagement and the rest of the week''s IFA news Should I pay inheritance tax in the UK or Ireland? Should savings interest become completely tax-free? 'Should we get divorced to cut our stamp duty bill?' Simple Assessment: "Few to benefit" from HMRC's new tax system Slash corporation tax to show Britain still 'open for business' Small businesses are growing Small businesses are looking stronger Small businesses will bear the brunt of living wage SMEs react to Philip Hammond's "positively Tigger-like" spring statement So farewell, partner Spring Statement 2018: London to receive £1.67bn boost for affordable homes Spring Statement: plan post-Brexit tax system Stamp duty abolished for first-time buyers – Industry reaction Stamp Duty abolition for first-time buyers will stoke up house prices – Government’s own economists Stamp duty changes for first-time buyers: what you need to know Stamp duty hike raises double what taxman predicted Stamp Duty receipts up by almost 12% in a year despite drop in transactions Stamp duty receipts up despite sluggish housing market Stamp duty refunds running at £10m a month Stamp duty rules 'penalising those who divorce amicably' Stamp duty rules so complicated it takes HMRC two months to answer Stamp duty sums don’t add up, says tax firm Student holiday jobs: its pay tax now and reclaim later, after rules change Suppliers of quality products and services hand-picked for you Tax Change for U.K. Gig Economy Comes With Hurdles Tax free royal duties? Tax goes digital, but check the figures add up Tax relief on failed investments Tax return: do it now before time runs out Tax returns set to be scrapped for 2m, says HMRC Tax takes increases despite transactions remaining stable Taxman and advertising watchdog get tough on dubious tax advoidance schemes Taxman gains extra £2bn from stamp duty in last year Taxman seeks greater power to pry into your affairs Taxman's new powers to raid salaries are hidden in the Budget: HMRC will be able to take money as so ''Taxpayers face chaos'' as HMRC replaces traditional tax returns with pre-filled forms The 'Bank of Mum and Dad' Lifeline and the Stamp Duty Land Tax Trap The Amateur Adviser The Business Interview The hidden 'mansion tax' that could cost buy-to-let investors thousands Onerous Trust Registration Service a concern for trustees The impacts of paying for the NHS over the next 15 years The OECD's long road to a 2020 consensus on digital tax The Paradise Papers The pitfalls of the EU's digital tax plan The tax benefits of giving to charity The taxman’s take on marriage – and on getting divorced The Today programme The top 10 UK tax complexities The UK's no-deal Brexit VAT plan could be good for importers The ultimate stamp duty stupidity: 'We're being forced to pay £18,950 Thousands of business sellers on eBay face 20% fee hike SMEs risk all by neglecting cyber security, warns expert Snapshot roundup of Autumn Statement 2014 So how will this Budget affect you? Sold: more than one million UK properties Spend to beat inheritance tax Sporting chance on rental tax Spring Budget 2017: How will you be affected? Spring Budget 2017: Prime resi industry reactions Spring Budget 2017: Tax facts & calculator Stamp Duty boosts HMRC tax take Stamp Duty drives mammoth increase in tax revenues Stamp Duty helps the taxman bag an extra £19.5 billion Stamp duty hike fuels increase in stamp duty land tax receipts Stamp duty increase on buy-to-lets will pump up rents, analysts claim Stamp duty receipts hit record high Stamp duty reforms have effect Stamp Duty Surcharge Boosts Revenue for Government Stamp duty surcharge is a 'by the back door' tax hike Stamp Duty surcharge provides government with record revenue in April Stamp duty surcharge: the unintended consequences Stamp duty: how the new rules affect buy-to-let landlords Stamp duty: 'I'm selling my house in France, will I pay the extra surcharge?' Stealth tax trap swells numbers paying 40% Student jobseekers get the summertime blues Subsidised renewables schemes set to lose tax relief Successful crowdfunding entrepreneurs should be wary of tax implications, says Blick Rothenberg Summer Budget 2015: Corporation tax to be cut while small businesses get a boost Summer Budget: buy to let landlords hit Summer Budget: Chancellor cuts landlords subsidy Summer Budget: the personal finance measures Support for employee ownership Surcharge brings a tax bonanza Surprise as buy-to-let market loses tax breaks Take full advantage of your tax breaks Tax clinic Tax cuts coud leave us all worse off Tax devolution: developments for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland Tax implications of owning shares in a racehorse Tax pitfalls for crowdfunding participants, experts warn Tax Policy 'Critical Tool' to Attract Top International Employees Tax profession reacts to HMRC office closures Tax receipts and high-rate taxpayers rise Tax receipts indicate growth among small businesses Tax receipts rise by 3.2% Tax reforms have put our retirement at risk Tax relief delays as HMRC drags feet Tax revenue from stamp duty falls Tax revenues rise as small and medium-size businesses profit from stronger economy Tax revenues rise as small and medium-size businesses profit from stronger economy Tax statements sent out to an apathetic public Tax threshold promises rarely amount to much Budget 2015: The best thing was that he didn't try and fix what wasn't broken Tax updates: September 2015 Tax year end: follow this checklist to maximise your savings Taxman picks up record £1.2bn in stamp duty in a month as landlords rushed to beat Osborne's buy-to- Taxman turns up heat on mistakes New tax rules could be costly for landlords Taxpayers warned they could be making tax overpayments due to HMRC software glitch Ten top takeaways from the Autumn Statement The Autumn Statement — what could it mean for your money? The bagging area The benefit of filing your self-assessment tax return by December 31 (rather than January 31) The Budget 2014: Annual Investment Allowance doubled to £500,000 and extended to 2015 Budget 2015: Osborne offers boost to earners and savers The buy-to-let stampede begins: 'How best to sell my 37 properties?' The death knell for buy-to-let? Chancellor almost trebles stamp duty bill on a £275k home with extra The death of the tax return Chancellor overhauls the self assessment system with new digital year-ro The death of the tax return: Chancellor overhauls the self assessment system with new digital year-r The end of January: completing your tax return The future of wealth management The government plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2040 'The higher-rate tax threshold will reach £50,000 by 2020' The key developments in tax: VAT Carrier bag charge The new inheritance tax quirk that favours widows The new lifetime ISA The new savings tax allowances could leave you out of pocket The reassuringly expensive features The right path The Tories' latest attack on buy-to-let The view from This is how the Conservatives could raise the inheritance tax threshold to £1m This week Nicole Blackmore and Kate Palmer are here to help you with your money problems This year's winners and losers: Who will be better off? Thousands will be hit by pension tax Ticking tax time bomb: is the NHS the next BBC? Tight timetable for Scottish tax reforms, warn experts Time to take stock Top ten tips: 2018/19 tax year reliefs Tough penalties for enablers of tax avoidance Tough penalties for enablers of tax avoidance Toxic property tax that holds all of us back Toys R Us UK and Maplin enter into administration after failing to secure buyers Trainspotting Tories rail against Labour but should be focused on tax Treasury braced for dividend frenzy ahead of tax overhaul Treasury stalls on rushed non-doms consultation Treasury to scrap tax relief on employee shareholder status Treasury's tax take declines in spite of rate rise U.K. businesses ignore scheme that aids post-Brexit tax plans U.K. Fulfillment House Due Diligence Scheme? Do You Need to Register? U.S. tax reform boosts UK FTSE 100 companies by $20 billion Uber case 'will shake up employment' Uber ruling to have knock on effect for tax and pensions UK and Europe’s plan to `hammer blow’ to tax evasion is a step in the right direction UK consumers could pay less for e-books following EU vote UK families facing inheritance tax set to hit 35-year peak UK government announces major changes to property owned by overseas companies UK government stakes out new position on taxation of digital economy UK parties split over taxes UK set to introduce overseas property owner register UK to Set Up $2.9 Billion Fund to Boost New Home Building UK year end tax planning guide UK: 5% of homes sold in past year, says Blick Rothenberg UK's personal tax system lacking property benefits in marriage, expert says 'Unbelievable' last minute changes to the Finance Bill put non-doms in limbo Under the surface Unexpected and unintended victims of increase in Stamp Duty? Upcoming auto-enrolment pension hike will feel like a 'harsh jolt' for employees Warning on accelerating dividend payments amidst rush before 5 April Warning that ban on letting agent fees could backfire Was this a warm-up for more tax changes? Watch out for the landlord tax traps that could ensnare you and your buy-to-let property Watch out for VAT increases after Brexit Ways to pay less to the taxman We have to pay £7,000 stamp duty to sell our shared ownership flat. Can we avoid it? We solve your money problems We weren't married and my partner died suddenly. Will I have access to her family home IHT allowance Wealthy families find stamp duty loophole to buy property for children What is a reasonable excuse for missing your tax return payment? What that red box contained Where should a global nomad pay tax? Where there's a will there's a way Where there's a will, there's a conflict White van man told: expect more pain from Chancellor Who were the winners? Who were the losers? Who wins and who loses? Why don't we all get these tax breaks? Why if you are self-employed the Budget will mean less in your pocket Why should I become an accountant? Why the death of the Autumn Statement is good news for you Why your Facebook profile could stop you getting a mortgage Will George Osborne use Autumn Statement to win over electorate? Will housing be a key part of next week's Spring Statement?