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- Spring Statement 2019A summary of the key tax announcements from the Spring Statement 2019.13 March 2019
- Tax in 201924 January 2019
- Tax Calendar 2019This handy tax calendar includes key tax dates and other important tax information that will affect individuals and businesses in 201917 January 2019
- Tolley Industry ReportFollowing on from its previous well-received industry reports, Tolley has conducted another industry survey designed to highlight the challenges and opportunities facing the tax profession now and in the future.06 December 2018
- Autumn Budget 2018Written by our expert team of tax writers, editors and technical team, Tolley's Autumn Budget coverage provides you with free in-depth analysis, practical guidance and commentary on the Budget, and its impact on you and your clients.08 October 2018
- Reminder of the five key employment tax changes for 2018There have been several changes to the tax legislation this year which affect employers and their employees. Employers need to be aware of these changes, a majority of which applied from April 2018 and here we provide a reminder of the five most important in the field of employment tax.09 August 2018
- Are you ready for the GDPR?If you haven’t yet got to grips with the new GDPR provision then time is running out. The regulation comes into force on 25 May 2018 and has far-reaching implications for all businesses, large or small, in how they manage personal data.02 May 2018
- Spring Statement 2018 - Corporate tax and the digital economyThe Chancellor announced no immediate tax changes at the Spring Statement, as promised. However, a number of consultations and policy documents were released relating to taxation of the digital economy, certain reliefs for businesses, self-funded training costs and a number of indirect tax changes.14 March 2018
- Spring Statement 2018The Chancellor announced no immediate tax changes at the Spring Statement, as promised. However, a number of consultations and policy documents were released relating to taxation of the digital economy, certain reliefs for businesses, self-funded training costs and a number of indirect tax changes.14 March 2018
- Is the tax industry a good place for a woman to build a career?08 March 2018