It is largely accepted that Everton won this year’s transfer window. However, I am pleased to say that ETC Tax’s recruitment since the Spring has also been equally top notch. 
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Submission to Loan Charge APPG – re Lords Economic Affairs inquiry in to Promoters I was asked by the Loan Charge APPG to provide some input regarding their response to 
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Something Ventured, Something Gained? EIS, Tax Reliefs & The UK Tax System Much is (rightly) made of the complexities of the UK tax system. However, an equal problem can be 
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Whilst you were hopefully in the garden this Bank Holiday weekend, the financial papers were in overdrive talking about the potential significant tax rises which, if they are to be 
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While looking at the ever-changing Manchester skyline, it occurred to me that how VAT applies to property transactions is probably the single area of VAT on which we provide the 
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General New proposals announced by the Government will make it easier for HMRC to obtain information about taxpayers from financial institutions such as banks. These new powers, called Financial Information 
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Tailored UK Services – Letters from Liquidator We have been forwarded letters received from the liquidator of Tailored UK Services by concerned taxpayers. These individual taxpayers had used this umbrella 
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Background   For many, despite its worries, lockdown has offered a chance to recalibrate the split between work and free time. As such, many peopke I’ve spoken to have been 
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Happy 10th Birthday to the Office for Tax Simplification On the Office for Tax Simplification’s 10th birthday, Andy Wood & Thomas Slipanczewski look at it’s role in combating the UK’s 
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Wealth tax: will it work? Background Back to wealth tax, eh? Well, let’s blame the Guardian. Earlier this week, it published a letter signed by 83 of the world’s richest 
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