Archive: Taxation

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  • CIOT: Pioneering Indian International Taxation Examination Launched

    The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) is launching a new Examination Paper in Indian International Taxation, the first to be offered by a professional tax body anywhere in the world. The new paper will be of interest to tax professionals across the world, including in India itself, who deal with Indian international tax issues. These include specialists from professional services firms, multinational corporations, tax authorities and academics.

  • Questions for Government to answer over future of green taxation

    Yesterday’s surprise announcement that the Chancellor is to remove the Climate Change Levy exemption for renewable energy poses questions about the future of environmental taxation which the Government needs to address, says the CIOT.

  • CIOT: Irish International Taxation Examination Launched

    The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) and the Irish Tax Institute (ITI) are launching a new Examination Paper in Irish International Taxation, the first to be offered by a professional tax body anywhere in the world. The new paper will be of interest to tax professionals across the world, including in the UK and Ireland itself, who deal with Irish international tax issues. These include specialists from professional services firms, multinational corporations, tax authorities and academics.

  • Students succeed in Taxation of Major Corporates examinations

    The results from the latest group of students to sit the joint CIOT ICAEW Taxation of Major Corporates (TOMC) exam show an increase in the pass rate to 76 percent.

  • The high court upheld Ofcom's decision

    City wary of new banking tax

    A new tax on Britain's banks has fuelled disquiet in the City as the coalition government sharpened its rhetoric.

  • Redwood wants CGT taper

    Redwood fights on over capital gains

    Conservative malcontent John Redwood has offered a "compromise" arrangement in his bid to talk George Osborne out of increasing capital gains tax (CGT) rates in next week's Budget.

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