'Help employers make informed decisions'
Tax expert Kevin Hall explains how VAT can improve cash flow
'What is the purpose of IHT?’
Basic funeral costs £4,271
Used by over 3000 people during first week
To be rolled out Q1 2019
'Extortionate' fees for estates would put extra emphasis on life policies written in trust
Housing, Communities and Local Government and Health and Social Care Committees' joint report suggests 'Social Care Premium' as a sustainable funding solution
Swiss Re inputs to OTS consultation and calls for tax exemptions for employers taking out group life assurance (GLA) - should be "extended to include relevant life"
Industry body for group risk responds to Office of Tax Simplification request for IHT feedback
Government decision to keep salary sacrifice open for further six months causing HMRC confusion
Companies have one month to prepare for new regulations coming into force in April
Increasing gifting allowance could potentially unlock £82.6bn
Up 4% year-on-year
Fiona Murphy discusses how the shock increase to insurance premium tax contained in the Summer Budget will affect private medical insurance policies
Insurance premium tax (IPT) is to rise to 9.5% by November, the chancellor has confirmed in the Summer Budget.
Ian Jefferies looks at how advisers can help an increasing number of clients to mitigate estate planning and inheritance tax liabilities through protection policies
A change in pension tax rules could land some with group life policies with hefty bills. But, as Nick Rumble finds, there are solutions.
The government has confirmed it will be "taking forward" almost all of the recommendations made by the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) addressing the taxation of employee benefits and expenses.
The insuring of items in orbit will be exempt from tax.
The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has suggested a "pragmatic" cut to National Insurance Contribution (NICs) rates.
UHY Hacker Young is warning that as many as a third of taxpayers on PAYE may have the wrong tax code due to issuing errors by HMRC.
The Liberal Democrats have vowed to close tax loopholes in limited partnership firms and for private equity investors, as part of the party's action to "tackle the remaining deficit fairly".
More than 70% believe tax breaks could provide an incentive for take up of financial protection, according to a survey published today.