Tax Faculty members should by now have received the hard copy of the September issue of our monthly magazine, TAXline.
Did you know you can also access TAXline on our website? Each issue is uploaded in user-friendly html format, so you can see at a glance what’s in the magazine and access the content you want.
In the September 2019 issue: • Angela Clegg examines HMRC’s use of nudge theory; • Andrew Cockman explains the implications of the First-tier Tribunal decision in Stephen Warshaw v HMRC on entrepreneurs’ relief; • Graeme Blair guides readers through the changes to HMRC’s guidance on partnership expenses;• Sue Moore reports on key recommendations from the OTS report on simplifying inheritance tax;• Wendy Nicholls and David Green discuss the ambitious OECD workplan on taxing multinationals; and• We have the first set of reports from the Tax Faculty’s conference, deadlines and dates for your diary, and our popular Practical Points section.
Our cover story is freely available. The rest of the content is exclusively available to for Tax Faculty members and subscribers.
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