News for September, 2020

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September 30, 2020

Tax and Accounting Update: 30 September 2020

The latest release of Tax and Accounting Update is now live for subscribers to UK Tax.

September 30, 2020

One Month in a Minute: September 2020

Lee Sharpe summarizes recent developments in UK tax.

September 30, 2020

Another one bites the dust!

Estate planning can be challenging at the best of times. An example is estate planning for individuals with a short life expectancy. A combination of time constraints and targeted anti-avoidance rules (TAARs) are among the possible difficulties in ‘deathbed’ tax planning.

September 30, 2020

Courts and Tribunals: September 2020

Julian Harris summarises selected recent decisions.

September 30, 2020

VAT cases roundup: September 2020

Andrew Needham comments on recent VAT developments.

September 30, 2020

Bloomsbury IP/IT Law Briefing

The September issue of the Bloomsbury IP/IT Law Briefing is now live for subscribers to Intellectual Property and IT.

September 30, 2020

Earlybird extended to 9 October for our Private Client Taxation Conference

New to our events calendar is our Private Client Taxation Conference taking place on 25 November. This is an essential conference for accountants, tax practitioners and tax lawyers advising high net worth individuals. Earlybird tickets now available!

September 29, 2020

Minister unlawfully excluded out-of-school learner from system for awarding calculated grades

High Court quashes Minister for Education's decision to refuse to provide the applicant out-of-school (home schooled) learner a calculated grade in his leaving certificate examination (on foot of guidelines published by the Minister providing for calculated grades), and declares that the Minister's refusal to provide a calculated grade to the applicant - because his teacher is also his parent and thus represents a 'conflict of interest' for the purposes of the Minister's emergency guidelines - is arbitrary, unfair and unreasonable, on the grounds that: there is a patent unfairness in the process of providing calculated grades to the applicant in circumstances where a conflicted teacher in the case of an in-school learner retains a role in the process of estimating grades, but for the out-of-school learner, once a conflict of interest arises, the applicant is automatically excluded from the entire process and is not awarded an estimated percentage and is thus excluded from the system entirely.

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