Loan charge is not cricket Recently, Boris Johnson declared that the cricket ball was a ‘natural vector for disease.’ Over the years, many teammates have described my bowling as filthy, 
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General – Loan Charge Invite ETC Director, Andy Wood, was invited to meet with the Loan Charge All Party Parliamentary Group (“APPG”) on Monday 20th of January. Sadly, due to the 
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Loan Charge Review — A Summary of Compliance & Payment Terms As part of the now completed loan charge review, the government has announced several revisions following the recommendations of 
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20th December 2019 Loan Charge Review The loan charge review was published on 20 December 2019 and the Government’s response was published alongside it. We have set out our thoughts 
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Loan Charge Independent Review – History & Introduction So the loan charge independent review is out. The last Friday before Christmas, and on a day where significant Brexit matters were 
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Over the last few years, HMRC has become ever more strident in how it describes its role in collecting tax revenue for the Treasury. No longer a fairly anonymous and 
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Tax can be Taxing – Stress, Suicide & April Loan Charge Working in tax, my colleagues and I know all too well about the disguised remuneration loan charge, indeed, we 
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2019 Loan Charge – Under Review Whenever I sit down to write another ‘blog about the Loan Charge, I must confess to doing so with something of a heavy heart. 
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More Haste, Less Speed: HMRC, The April 2019 loan Charge and tax debtors Since the April 2019 loan charge was introduced in the 2016 Budget, both its Treasury proponents and 
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Very recently, I had cause to write on this ‘blog about the increasingly strident way in which HMRC has been referring to its attempts to recoup tax, especially from those 
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