John Cullinane, Tax Policy Director, CIOT

People In Business John Cullinane, Tax Policy Director, CIOT

4y Emma Smith, Managing Editor

John Cullinane, Tax Policy Director, CIOT

John Cullinane was appointed tax policy director of the Chartered Institute of Taxation in September 2015 and was named in 44th position on the Accoun...

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CIoT appoints former president Cullinane tax policy director

People In Practice CIoT appoints former president Cullinane tax policy director

7y Calum Fuller, Reporter

CIoT appoints former president Cullinane tax polic...

John Cullinane takes over the role from Patrick Stevens Read More...

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Taxing questions for the year ahead

Administration Taxing questions for the year ahead

16y Alex Hawkes, Reporter

Taxing questions for the year ahead

As the new president of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, John Cullinane has no time for frolicking Read More...

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Industry divided on international tax harmonisation

Corporate Tax Industry divided on international tax harmonisation

10m Alexander Garrett

Industry divided on international tax harmonisatio...

Governments have different priorities for coming to an agreement over globalised taxations, while industry warns of hazards as well as benefits Read M...

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Multinational tax under consideration hits record high

Corporate Tax Multinational tax under consideration hits record high

2y Shannon Moyer

Multinational tax under consideration hits record ...

Professionals from the Chartered Institute of Taxation and Fitzgerald & Law weigh in on the impact of tax under consideration and the diverted profits...

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Concerns over £155bn non-structural tax relief assessment raised

Tax Concerns over £155bn non-structural tax relief assessment raised

2y Leanna Reeves

Concerns over £155bn non-structural tax relief ass...

National Audit Office (NAO) report highlights shortcomings in HM Treasury and HMRC’s use of resources when managing tax expenditures Read More...

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Taylor Review: Government expands workers’ rights, but tax issues remain

Legal Taylor Review: Government expands workers’ rights, but tax issues remain

4y Alia Shoaib, Reporter

Taylor Review: Government expands workers’ rights,...

The government proposals provide gig economy workers with greater rights, but experts say the refusal to re-examine NICs or tax classifications may be...

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Financial Power List 2018: 41-45 revealed

People In Business Financial Power List 2018: 41-45 revealed

4y Emma Smith, Managing Editor

Financial Power List 2018: 41-45 revealed

We reveal the individuals who have made positions 41-45 on the Financial Power List 2018 Read More...

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PAC: HMRC transformation plan has ‘potentially catastrophic consequences’

HMRC PAC: HMRC transformation plan has ‘potentially catastrophic consequences’

4y Emma Smith, Managing Editor

PAC: HMRC transformation plan has ‘potentially cat...

The Public Accounts Committee has expressed concern over HMRC's handling of its transformation programme, its pace of response to the Paradise Papers ...

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HMRC outlines points-based penalty model for MTD

MTD HMRC outlines points-based penalty model for MTD

4y Alia Shoaib, Reporter

HMRC outlines points-based penalty model for MTD

Under this system points would have a shelf-life and expire after a period of good compliance Read More...

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‘Improve rather than lose’ disincorporation relief, tax body urges

Administration ‘Improve rather than lose’ disincorporation relief, tax body urges

5y Austin Clark, Editor

‘Improve rather than lose’ disincorporation relief...

Introduced in April 2013, fewer than 50 claims had been made by March 2016 for this little used tax Read More...

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Tyrie on Finance Bill 2017: ‘Making Tax Policy Better’

Consulting Tyrie on Finance Bill 2017: ‘Making Tax Policy Better’

5y Stephanie Wix, Writer

Tyrie on Finance Bill 2017: ‘Making Tax Policy Bet...

Andrew Tyrie airs views on the Finance Bill, 'Making Tax Policy Better' report, and Brexit Read More...

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MTD described as ‘insufficient’ and ‘unrealistic’ via major institute research

Corporate Tax MTD described as ‘insufficient’ and ‘unrealistic’ via major institute research

5y Stephanie Wix, Writer

MTD described as ‘insufficient’ and ‘unrealistic’ ...

Accountants continue to pile pressure on HMRC to backtrack on its proposals for Making Tax Digital - with the consultation period set to end Read More...

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NAO report highlights lessons for HMRC’s future digitalisation plans

Accounting Standards NAO report highlights lessons for HMRC’s future digitalisation plans

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

NAO report highlights lessons for HMRC’s future di...

HMRC's customer service has been slammed by the NAO, with critics adding that taxpayers have been "short changed" by the government department Read Mo...

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Criminal tax evasion 'very problematic' for companies, claims CIoT

Corporate Tax Criminal tax evasion 'very problematic' for companies, claims CIoT

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Criminal tax evasion 'very problematic' for compan...

CIoT has come out against the government’s latest anti-tax evasion legislation, labelling it as “very problematic for businesses” Read More...

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Queen's Speech: Millions of pension savings protected by new legislation

Administration Queen's Speech: Millions of pension savings protected by new legislation

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

Queen's Speech: Millions of pension savings protec...

Queen's Speech legislation aims to crackdown on financial crime and protect those who have money in some auto enrolment schemes Read More...

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CIoT welcomes government’s 'joined-up' Panama Papers investigation

Accounting Standards CIoT welcomes government’s 'joined-up' Panama Papers investigation

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

CIoT welcomes government’s 'joined-up' Panama Pape...

Taxation body welcomes departmental investigation into Panama Papers, but questions government’s approach to clampdown on corporate tax evasion Read M...

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‘Draconian’ GAAR penalties could breach human rights, taxation group warns

Accounting Standards ‘Draconian’ GAAR penalties could breach human rights, taxation group warns

6y Fraser Simpson, Reporter

‘Draconian’ GAAR penalties could breach human righ...

CIoT fears that not enough information has been given to taxpayers over GAAR and its penalties Read More...

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Tax gap: Fraud problem six times worse than avoidance

Accounting Standards Tax gap: Fraud problem six times worse than avoidance

6y Calum Fuller, Reporter

Tax gap: Fraud problem six times worse than avoida...

Stakeholders call for greater resource for HMRC as it seeks to make further inroads into the tax gap Read More...

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The Financial Director 2013 Audit Survey

Audit The Financial Director 2013 Audit Survey

9y Richard Crump, Writer

The Financial Director 2013 Audit Survey

The Financial Director audit survey shows the Big Four has maintained its stranglehold on the audit market. But for how long? asks Richard Crump Read ...

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Separate rules for banks a "mistake", Lawson told

Accounting Standards Separate rules for banks a "mistake", Lawson told

9y Richard Crump, Writer

Separate rules for banks a "mistake", Lawson told

Big Four tell Lord Lawson imposing a different accounting regime for banks would be a mistake Read More...

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Budget 2010: Warning as Time to Pay scheme is extended

Corporate Tax Budget 2010: Warning as Time to Pay scheme is extended

12y Rachael Singh, Writer

Budget 2010: Warning as Time to Pay scheme is exte...

HMRC expected to be tougher on those applying to defer tax payments Read More...

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Budget 2010: Time to Pay extended into the next parliament

Business Recovery Budget 2010: Time to Pay extended into the next parliament

12y Rachael Singh, Writer

Budget 2010: Time to Pay extended into the next pa...

Tax deferral scheme around for the whole of the next parliament Read More...

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Tax havens may face higher barrier to 'white list' status

Personal Tax Tax havens may face higher barrier to 'white list' status

13y Bob Reynolds

Tax havens may face higher barrier to 'white list'...

Tougher standards could face tax havens that want to be considered compliant Read More...

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AATV: MPs' expenses and tax reform

Corporate Tax AATV: MPs' expenses and tax reform

13y rumo, Writer

AATV: MPs' expenses and tax reform

How should the MP expense scandal be handled and will tax reform save the economy? Read More...

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Power boss blasts UK tax regime

Corporate Tax Power boss blasts UK tax regime

14y David Jetuah, Reporter

Power boss blasts UK tax regime

UK's corporate regime branded as 'uncompetitive' by one of UK's largest taxpayers Read More...

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Call to stem company exodus

Company News Call to stem company exodus

14y Barbara Buchanan

Call to stem company exodus

The government is being urged to stem the tide of UK-based multi-nationals leaving because of proposals to tax the passive income of foreign subsidia...

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Residence rules: final countdown

Administration Residence rules: final countdown

14y John Cullinane

Residence rules: final countdown

Residence rules should be governed by a clear-cut rule Read More...

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