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Accountancy Newsletter November 2014

Published 28 November 2014

 

HMRC's tax avoidance campaign – update

The subject of tax avoidance, and HMRC's new powers to recover disputed tax, is rarely out of the headlines at the moment. Since our last alert on the subject in July 2014, at the end of August HMRC began contacting investors with 'accelerated payment notices' (i.e. the notices which require disputed tax to be paid up front by the investor). Find out more

Limitation in tax cases

Libor liability 

A whole new world over the border

When does limitation begin to run for negligent acts in cases involving tax, and how have the rules of the Limitation Act 1980 been interpreted?

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The first defendant facing charges in Britain relating to Libor rigging pleads guilty: how will this affect you?

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Changes in Scotland following the 'no' vote and Westminster's promises for greater autonomy

 

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Corporate insolvency trends – impact on auditors 

 

For in-house counsel

 

Company insolvencies are continuing to fall in England and Wales. The next period is key for auditors of struggling businesses.

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Changes to the way in which compensatory damages are taxed - and the affects on both claimants and defendants in professional indemnity actions.

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Authors

Richard Highley

Richard Highley

London - Minster Court

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Julian Miller

Julian Miller

London - Minster Court

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John Dunlop

John Dunlop

London - Fetter Lane

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Dan Preddy

Dan Preddy

Bristol

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Paul Davison

Paul Davison

Newcastle

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Ian McConkey

Ian McConkey

Manchester

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Ross Risby

Ross Risby

London - Minster Court

+44 (0)20 7894 6910

Marcus Campbell

Marcus Campbell

Bristol

+44 (0)117 918 2256

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