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A space to live or just a space?

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A taxpayer has won an important victory over HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) in a case involving a claim for principal private residence (PPR) relief. Had HMRC’s view been upheld it would have meant that it was possible to “occupy” a...

Computer says no?

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Whilst some of us were spending Halloween ‘trick or treating’, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) were carving out a Technical Note which sought the introduction of legislation to confirm the legitimacy of using automated processes for serving...

New year - new Trust Registration Service

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Trustees need to be aware of changes to HM Revenue & Customs’ existing Trust Registration Service (TRS) that are due to come into force early next year and which may have a wide-reaching impact upon trust compliance requirements. Background...

Proposed off-payroll working changes

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Whilst the uncertainties and dramas surrounding Brexit seem to be dominating the attention of Parliament (and the headlines!), in the background the draft Finance Bill 2019/20 is slowly making the rounds. The bill contains important changes to...

Changes to Capital Gains Tax on the sale of residential property

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Thinking of selling your home? Don’t get caught out by the latest changes to Capital Gains Tax from HMRC. In this blog, Carolyn Byrne highlights the key facts and explains who needs to be the most vigilant when it comes to future property sales. ...