Our first look at the SRT took in the Automatic Overseas (AO) tests. We now look at the other two tests which one might need to examine if one cannot gain certainty 
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Introduction A person’s residence status – for the purposes of this article whether they are resident for tax purposes in the UK – is incredibly important. It determines what taxes 
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Interesting to see Simon Pegg – of Big Train, Hot Fuzz and Mission Impossible fame – insisting that millionaires, like him, should pay more tax. This would be used to 
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Megh-xit – Royal Family International Tax Tactics You would most likely have to had to have been sleeping under a rock these past weeks to have not heard about the 
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It won’t have escaped anyone’s attention that we’re about to enter a prolonged period of uncertainty about Britain’s place in Europe. However, recent days have not simply seen debate about 
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IoM VAT Review – Crown Dependencies Tax Leaks & Tax Avoidance Troubles Will Isle of Man VAT review mean more caution when it comes to tax leaks? Over recent years, 
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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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IR35 GSK: HMRC prescribes bad medicine to off-payroll workers   The rain showers are now more frequent, the tans are starting to fade and both children and adults alike are 
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A Laffer minute: Sajid Javid become the latest to be fascinated about tax’s ‘sweet spot’? Cocktail napkin We’ve all done it. Overcome by inspiration and without the normal means of 
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Boris Johnson, Politics, Contradictions & the Institute for Fiscal Studies It’s possible to say without fear of contradiction that there’s precious little compromise in politics at the moment. Across a 
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