Not all tax cases are deadly serous – James Bailey looks at some weird and wonderful cases where taxpayers claimed to have discovered a loophole in tax legislation.
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Not April Fools! A Selection of Unusual Tax Cases
Breaking the Records
James Bailey explains why it is so important to keep proper business records.
Developing a Property – Trading or Investing?
James Bailey looks at the distinction between the trade of property development, and the business of investing in property, and why the distinction is an important one that is sometimes difficult to make.
The Budget 2015 is likely to affect you, your family and your business. To help you decipher what was announced, find our latest Budget 2015 commentary and updates here.
Tax Rates 2015-16
Spring 2015 Newsletter
Essential Employer Update 2015
Year End Tax Planning Guide – Spring 2015
New UK GAAP – Spring 2015
Charity Newsletter Autumn 2014 Issue 25
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