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Topics include changes to tax regulations, dealing with HMRC enquiries, current consultations and cases
The GAAR lays down a marker for unacceptable tax avoidance which advisers need to work with, not against, says Peter Rayney.
The case of R v Driscoll pushes the boundaries of tax avoidance. Dennis Healey once said that the difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion is the width of a prison cell. The case of R v Driscoll certainly pushed the boundaries.
What's the risk for clients who still operate EFRBS, asks Chris Blundell
A significant bugbear for charitable giving is the fact that the gift aid rules are really only relevant to charities with enough administrative resource. Denis McCarthy, Tax Consultant with CCH Consultancy & Advice Lines provides further details.
On 3rd September HMRC announced their latest measure in their fight against tax evasion. Laura Butler, CCH tax consultant, explores the issues.