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Croner-i publishes expert tax commentary, online tax legislation and case reports written by tax experts who regularly contribute to Croner-i's CCH Online service. Find out more at www.croneri.co.uk

Tax / Case: UK given unilateral right to revoke Article 50 notice

Insight / Tax and company cars – CPD module - NEW

This month’s exclusive Accountancy Daily CPD module will look at how to calculate the taxable benefit on the provision of company cars, including the optional remuneration rules

Tax / Budget 2018 Insight Report - FREE download

Written by our expert team of tax authors, the Croner-i 2018 Budget Insight Report delivers expert opinion and commentary on the latest major tax changes is now available

Tax / Croner-i launches interactive Navigate Tax tool

Croner-i has launched Navigate Tax, a brand new interactive online system packed with practical modules for busy tax practitioners

Tax / Spring Statement 2018: not a tax non-event

Chancellor Philip Hammond kept his first Spring Statement short and sweet, instead updating the public on the state of the economy and choosing to save any tax measures for the Autumn Budget. Expert tax writers from Croner-i summarise the 13 consultations announced in preparation for this fiscal event

Tax / Autumn Budget 2017 Insight Report - FREE download

Written by our expert team of tax authors, the Croner-i 2017 Autumn Budget Insight Report delivers expert opinion and commentary on the latest major tax changes 

Tax / Tax compliance checks: what you need to know

HMRC has numerous powers to check a business’ tax position. This can include VAT assurance visits or enquiries into self assessment tax returns or stamp duty land tax (SDLT) for land transactions. Checks are usually undertaken after a submission of a return but pre-return checks can be undertaken if HMRC believes there is a tax risk, but you need to be prepared to face the tax authority

Insight / Flexible working: how to follow the new rules

Offering flexible working to the majority of staff may be hard to manage but it could increase productivity and is increasingly important to take seriously now that new employment law came into effect on 30 June, says Richard Smith, head of HR at Croner
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