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From Redknapp to ABC shares, our pick of the week:

Redknapp verdict: not guilty of tax fraud.

ESC C16: HMRC advises to go ahead without clearance.

IHT relief for Furnished Holiday Letting: the Tribunal does not agree with HMRC's manuals.

Dave's investigations blog: undeclared bank accounts HMRC have extended opportunites

Subscribers - don't miss the new guides to ABC or Alphabet shares: employees

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Nichola

Nichola Ross Martin FCA
Tax Director

www.rossmartin.co.uk
Your online Virtual Tax Partner: practical support for accountants, tax advisers and their clients

News & quick guides

Redknapp not guilty: HMRC 'no regrets'
Perhaps a surprise result?

ESC C16: the confusion continues
Go ahead without our approval says HMRC, but the ICAEW do not agree about tax relief.

Buying from Germany? New tax requirements
If you have any clients who buy goods from Germany they will need to comply with these new rules.

Business Property Relief & Furnished Holiday Letting
The First Tier Tax Tribunal disagrees with HMRC's IHT manual. An intelligent man would consider this a business for IHT relief.

Rethink on Business Records Checks
HMRC goes back to the drawing board. Are BRC's too expensive to run? HMRC consider double penalties.

How to check your 2012/13 PAYE Code
New guidance from the Low Income Tax Reform Group.

Most read from last week:

Civil servants take advantage of HMRC concession to avoid PAYE
Strange but apparently true.

Subscriber essentials

Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility
UPDATE: extended until 2016

Finance Bill 2012: tax planner
UPDATE: refresher on 2011/12 and what to expect in 2012/13

Tax penalties: SA late filing & payment
UPDATE: this quick guide covers both types of penalty, with examples.

AIA: rules where there is a change of rate
Examples: what happens when the year end does not end with the tax year.

Investigations and enquiries

Swiss bank accounts: to disclose or not?
When an inspector calls - follow Dave William's blog.

New investigation campaigns
HMRC has announced that it is going to target higher rate taxpayers and traders in a series of new campaigns.

Employment taxes

ABC or Alphabet shares: employees
What are the tax and NICs consequences of issuing different classes of shares?

Pensions: carry forward of unused allowances
The mechanics of the carry-forward of deemed allowances from 2008/09.

Directors' loan accounts: toolkit
UPDATE: our version of HMRC's toolkit for advisers but ours is a modified version to include additional planning points.

Collecting Tax Debts through PAYE
From April 2012 debts of up to £2,999 will be added to codes. These will be issued from now on.

When a dividend is subject to NICs (Part 3)
A contrived bonus scheme is taxed as employment earnings (may yet appeal to Supreme Court).

Use of home for business purposes
Tax treat mini guide for your staff.

Plug in car and van grants
NEW: the fleet vehicle of the future?

More Subscribers' Guides

Don't miss:

Capital expenditure allowances - signpost
Quick guide to alternative allowances to plant and machinery capital allowances.

Property profits & losses: toolkit
UPDATE: don't miss this if your are doing rental accounts.

Fixtures: overview
Confused about late claims for Fixtures and changes in 2012? Start here.

Disappearing tax reliefs
UPDATE: tax reliefs and changes that will affect your clients in the next 12 months.

Dividends: index
Start here for our new guide to dividends: minutes, warrants and tax on unlawful distributions.

Legal or unlawful dividends: Companies Act 2006
A mini-guide.

More FREEVIEW

Tax planning for directors
Index to guides and updates

Retirement: a purchase of own shares
A menu and summary

VAT: a whole new section
Toolkits, practical guides, current reclaim opportunities and updates


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