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PM-Tax, the magazine produced by our Tax Team, to keep you up to date with our view on recent developments. If you have any  comments or would like more detail on any of the matters covered, please  contact your usual Pinsent Masons adviser or email

  • PM-Tax - 28 January 2015

    27 Jan 2015

    In this issue of PM-Tax we cover the unintended consequences of the BEPS interest deductibility proposals, penalties in practice, the Project Blue SDLT case, the yield from HMRC investigations into large companies and an update on the European Commission...

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  • PM-Tax - 14 January 2015

    13 Jan 2015

    In this issue of PM-Tax we cover key tax issues for 2015, the new diverted profits tax, what more does HMRC need to tackle avoidance?, the consultation on tax enquiries and closure rules, non-dom charges and HMRC’s new powers to demand payment of disputed...

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  • PM-Tax – 17 December 2014

    16 Dec 2014

    In this issue of PM-Tax we cover: initial thoughts on the new diverted profits tax, the conspicuous absentees from the autumn statement announcements on enforcement and compliance, the new capital gains tax charge for non-resident homeowners, the tax...

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  • PM-Tax – Autumn Statement Special Edition

    04 Dec 2014

    This special edition of our fortnightly tax magazine includes analysis and comment from members of the Pinsent Masons Tax Team on the Autumn Statement 2014. It also includes articles on the tax tribunal’s approach to procedural errors, VAT and pensions...

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  • PM-Tax – 19 November 2014

    19 Nov 2014

    In this issue of PM-Tax we cover tax and morality, why HMRC needs an ‘overall resolution strategy’, an update on Luxembourg tax rulings, carve out from OECD’s common reporting standard needed for ‘non-doms’, share plans: what are we expecting in the...

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  • PM-Tax - 5 November 2014

    05 Nov 2014

    In this issue of PM-Tax we cover our predictions for the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement on 3 December, we discuss why businesses should get tax relief for interest and how possible interest deduction restrictions could impact on infrastructure and energy...

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  • PM-Tax - 22 October 2014

    22 Oct 2014

    In this issue of PM-Tax we cover the opportunities and challenges of using the UK as a holding company jurisdiction, Land and Buildings Transaction Tax - the new Scottish tax to replace stamp duty land tax, an update on the European Commission’s investigations...

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  • PM-Tax - 8 October 2014

    07 Oct 2014

    In this issue of PM-Tax we cover the tax policies announced at the party conferences, the CJEU judgment in Skandia – is VAT due on transactions between branches and head office?, income tax on clawed back bonuses, what is an unallowable purpose? and highlights...

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  • PM-Tax - 24 September 2014

    24 Sep 2014

    In this issue of PM-Tax we cover Scottish Independence and what a ‘No’ vote means for tax ,thoughts on the OECD’s first formal BEPS proposals, a plea for ‘fair tax’ , the Lloyds Equipment Leasing case on main objects , what is next for DOTAS and transfers...

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  • PM-Tax - 10 September 2014

    10 Sep 2014

    In this issue of PM-Tax we cover why HMRC may come to regret accelerated payment notices, what has changed in the OECD model tax convention, would the introduction of an employee shareholding vehicle encourage more widespread employee ownership? how to...

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