News & Views from PD Tax – December 2013
A roundup of the latest news from the world of tax including highlights from the Autumn Statement 2013 and recent tax cases of interest.
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The recent case of Paul Gibson v HMRC provides some interesting points in relation to capital gains tax and Private Residence Relief.
We have recently been involved in a recent case where assurance was sought from HMRC that surplus cash would not affect the company’s trading status.
An outline of the new rules for qualifying “Employee Ownership Trusts”.
An overview of the changes to private residence relief and the taxation of non UK residents.
The Autumn Statement 2013 contains a number of provisions affecting the tax treatment of trusts.
Employer NICs for employees under the age of 21 are to be abolished from April 2015.
The level of information that must be provided in order to give protection against a discovery assessment has been tested in two recent cases.
Users of EFRBS have until 31 December 2013 to notify HMRC if they wish to use the EFRBS Settlement Opportunity.
The Rumbelow case highlights some important points to consider where tax advice is being put into practice.
Draft legislation has been published in relation to salaried partners of LLPs and mixed member partnerships.
New measures were announced in the Autumn Statement 2013 to clamp down on users of marketed avoidance schemes.
The first tier tribunal case of Macklin v HMRC TC02943 is a reminder that care must be taken when interpreting double tax treaties.
We understand that at least one taxpayer is awaiting a decision from the tribunal regarding the allocation of consideration between goodwill and the value of the property following the acquisition of a nursing home.