Hunt versus Johnson – who makes more fiscal sense?

Politics Hunt versus Johnson – who makes more fiscal sense?

3y Dave Beach

Hunt versus Johnson – who makes more fiscal sense?

The Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS) analyses the future Tory leaders’ fiscal policies including changes to national insurance and corporation tax Re...

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Top City barrister appointed to fiscal institute

Personal Tax Top City barrister appointed to fiscal institute

25y John Stylianou

Top City barrister appointed to fiscal institute

Leading City tax lawyer Malcolm Gammie, a partner with Linklaters & Paines, has joined the Institute of Fiscal Studies on a part-time basis. Gammi...

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IFS: Osborne should make tax cuts to avoid recession

Corporate Tax IFS: Osborne should make tax cuts to avoid recession

10y Accountancy Age, Reporters

IFS: Osborne should make tax cuts to avoid recessi...

Institute for Fiscal Studies suggests tax cuts vital to avoid threat of recession Read More...

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Think tank says reforms will increase tax complexity

Administration Think tank says reforms will increase tax complexity

11y Gavin Hinks, Writer

Think tank says reforms will increase tax complexi...

Institute for Fiscal Studies concludes tax proposals will add complexity to the system Read More...

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Think tank's tax shake-up gets cool reception

Administration Think tank's tax shake-up gets cool reception

11y David Jetuah, Reporter

Think tank's tax shake-up gets cool reception

Profession highlights flaws in the Institute for Fiscal Studies sweeping tax reform paper Read More...

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Tax figure in line to replace Budd

Corporate Tax Tax figure in line to replace Budd

12y Accountancy Age, Reporters

Tax figure in line to replace Budd

Director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies in line for prominent role Read More...

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Scrapping zero VAT rate will help poor families, says IFS

Corporate Tax Scrapping zero VAT rate will help poor families, says IFS

14y Paul Grant, Writer

Scrapping zero VAT rate will help poor families, s...

Institute for Fiscal Studies claims money raised by abolishing zero and reduced VAT rates could be used more effectively to help poor Read More...

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Treasury heads towards breaking golden rule

Politics Treasury heads towards breaking golden rule

14y Penny Sukhraj, Writer

Treasury heads towards breaking golden rule

According to the Institute for Fiscal Studies, the chances of a breach was 50/50, a probability that would increase if Mr Darling extended his proposa...

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Wholesale VAT reform 'only way to beat carousel fraud'

Corporate Tax Wholesale VAT reform 'only way to beat carousel fraud'

15y Alex Hawkes, Reporter

Wholesale VAT reform 'only way to beat carousel fr...

Institute for Fiscal Studies suggests a single EU VAT rate across the whole of the supply chain to beat carousel fraud Read More...

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Tax credits 'to cost billions'

Administration Tax credits 'to cost billions'

20y AccountancyAge.com

Tax credits 'to cost billions'

The government's new employment tax credit for low-wage workers and the integrated child credit for families with children could cost around Pounds 2....

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Corporation tax hike: Business bears cost of pandemic

Brexit & Economy Corporation tax hike: Business bears cost of pandemic

1y Tom Lemmon

Corporation tax hike: Business bears cost of pande...

Tax on profits will rise to 25 percent in 2023 Read More...

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A brief history of taxation

Tax A brief history of taxation

1y Accountancy Age, Reporters

A brief history of taxation

Dr Richard Willis of the University of Sussex travels back a few thousand years to map out a history of tax Read More...

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UK tax crunch widely expected

Brexit & Economy UK tax crunch widely expected

1y Tom Lemmon

UK tax crunch widely expected

£394bn deficit means tax rises will be necessary to pay off coronavirus costs Read More...

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IFS director says OBR’s economic forecasts are ‘extraordinarily optimistic’

Brexit IFS director says OBR’s economic forecasts are ‘extraordinarily optimistic’

2y Tom Lemmon

IFS director says OBR’s economic forecasts are ‘ex...

UK set to wait years before GDP returns to pre-pandemic levels Read More...

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Accountants initiate corporate finance discussion as VAT holiday ends

Business Accountants initiate corporate finance discussion as VAT holiday ends

2y Leanna Reeves

Accountants initiate corporate finance discussion ...

Businesses clamber for advice ahead of 2021 VAT tax bill Read More...

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Struggles faced by sole traders revealed by HMRC tax record study

Business Struggles faced by sole traders revealed by HMRC tax record study

3y Chris Jewers

Struggles faced by sole traders revealed by HMRC t...

One-fifth of self-employed sole traders don’t survive one year, and the majority don’t survive five. Read More...

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Red Alert: The prospect of a Labour tax revolution is looming

Tax Red Alert: The prospect of a Labour tax revolution is looming

3y Richard Asquith, Avalara

Red Alert: The prospect of a Labour tax revolution...

In his monthly column, Avalara's Richard Asquith takes a look at the Labour Party's fiscal plans under shadow chancellor John McDonnell, including VAT...

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Women in Finance: 16-20 revealed!

People In Business Women in Finance: 16-20 revealed!

3y Beth McLoughlin

Women in Finance: 16-20 revealed!

Our second Women in Finance ranking spotlights influential women across various sectors, including government, business, finance and accountancy, who ...

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Conservative and Labour tax policies likely to disappoint businesses

Politics Conservative and Labour tax policies likely to disappoint businesses

5y Alia Shoaib, Reporter

Conservative and Labour tax policies likely to dis...

With the June 8 election fast approaching, we take a look at the tax policies outlined in the Conservative and Labour manifestos and how businesses ar...

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CIOT warns government against ‘rushing’ Finance Bill

Politics CIOT warns government against ‘rushing’ Finance Bill

5y Alia Shoaib, Reporter

CIOT warns government against ‘rushing’ Finance Bi...

With the general election on 8 June, CIOT has warned against rushing through extensive legislation without adequate scrutiny and an appropriate timefr...

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Spring Budget leaves HNWIs considering their options

Personal Tax Spring Budget leaves HNWIs considering their options

5y Emma Smith, Managing Editor

Spring Budget leaves HNWIs considering their optio...

Richard Le Tocq, head of Locate Guernsey, discusses the chancellor’s approach to high net worth individuals, and why relocation is increasingly attrac...

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Budget is a 'springboard' for tax policy reform, says new report

Corporate Tax Budget is a 'springboard' for tax policy reform, says new report

5y Stephanie Wix, Writer

Budget is a 'springboard' for tax policy reform, s...

Report argues that the government must change the way it makes tax and budget decisions 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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Osborne and Darling warn of £15bn post-Brexit tax hike

Personal Tax Osborne and Darling warn of £15bn post-Brexit tax hike

6y Richard Crump, Writer

Osborne and Darling warn of £15bn post-Brexit tax ...

Geroge Osborne and Alistair Darling will today warn that the Treasury would be forced to unveil an emergency Budget to fill £30bn black hole if UK vot...

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Income tax receipts boost offsets public sector borrowing

Corporate Tax Income tax receipts boost offsets public sector borrowing

7y Calum Fuller, Reporter

Income tax receipts boost offsets public sector bo...

Borrowing hits seven-year low in June while income tax receipts reach highest rate since records began Read More...

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Gauke confirms Office of Tax Simplification expansion

Corporate Tax Gauke confirms Office of Tax Simplification expansion

7y Calum Fuller, Reporter

Gauke confirms Office of Tax Simplification expans...

OTS will see its resources and headcount expanded over the course of this parliament Read More...

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Election 2015: The parties’ tax and spend cases

Corporate Tax Election 2015: The parties’ tax and spend cases

7y Richard Crump & Calum Fuller

Election 2015: The parties’ tax and spend cases

With the election looming, Accountancy Age makes a detailed examination of the feasibility of the main parties’ fiscal plans Read More...

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Tories to scrap inheritance tax on family homes under £1m

Personal Tax Tories to scrap inheritance tax on family homes under £1m

7y Calum Fuller, Reporter

Tories to scrap inheritance tax on family homes un...

Current £325,000 threshold puts 'quarter of homes at risk' of attracting inheritance tax, PM claims Read More...

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