Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 29 August Co-operative housing associations and self-build societies.
Jump to navigation Jump to search The Tax Law Rewrite Project of HM Revenue and Customs was a major effort to re-write the entire tax legislation of the United Kingdom in a format which is both more consistent and more understandable. Use these links to get to the material published in March for formal consultation: Leasing plant or machinery: Please refer to our paper paper CC 04 08 on Bill 4 scoping and the minutes of the 47th Consultative Committee meeting and the 43rd Steering Committee meeting for details on the scope of this Bill.
Use of different accounting practices within a group of companies. Recent additions Some of these links may take you to documents in PDF format. Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 30 January For example Schedule A income is now referred to as property income and Schedule E income is now referred to as employment income.
A Regulatory Impact Assessment has also been published. Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 23 July Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 19 September Rewrites of subordinate tax legislation also went hand-in-hand with the primary legislative task.
Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 31 July The Bill covers the taxation of trading, property, savings and investment and miscellaneous income.
The consultation period ends on 29 May The project then moved on to consider income tax.
The document also shows how we have dealt with the comments received. It also covers exempt income, foreign income, partnerships and the reliefs for rent-a-room and foster-carers. Could include approaching interest groups and specialists, producing scoping and issues papers, finalising terms of project Consultation: Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 28 November Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 9 January Will include analysis of consultation responses.
Permanent establishments and UK representatives. A large proportion of the repeals set out in this paper are consequential upon the consolidation process undertaken within the TLR project.
Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 12 December Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 27 June Changes in company ownership and recovery of corporation tax. All the Acts dealt with in the consultation paper extend across the United Kingdom, although five of them do have special savings or modifications for Northern Ireland.
Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 14 November The project focussed purely on primary legislation but special dispensation was given to the re-writing of the regulations governing PAYE by the project. Likely to include consultation events and paper, making provisional proposals for comment Policy development: Loss relief - supplementary clauses.
The repeals recommended in this consultation paper have been referred to the Law Commission by H M Revenue and Customs. Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 9 May The Bill is expected to go through its Parliamentary stages over the next couple of months and receive Royal Assent in March.
Following the passage of the Income Tax Act attention was turned to corporation tax. In all, we recommend the repeal of portions of some 32 Acts and the whole of one Act together with the revocation of parts of four sets of Regulations through to Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 5 December Usually recommendations for law reform but can be advice to government, scoping report or other recommendations In our consultation paper we propose the repeal of a series of statutory provisions relating to taxation law which span the years toand which have become obsolete or spent through the passage of time, or because of subsequent statutory intervention.
This document shows how we have dealt with the comments received.
It was felt that in addition to the primary legislation necessary for the project that one piece of secondary legislation would need to be rewritten. Comments on the draft clauses are invited by 31 October Tax Law Rewrite: Plans for /05; Rewritten Legislation.
Rewritten legislation produced by the Project to date are: The Capital Allowances Act which came into force in AprilThe Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act came into force on 6 April and; The Income Tax (PAYE) Regulations which came into force on 6 April TAX LAW REWRITE: BILL 6: CORPORATION TAX OTHER MISCELLANEOUS RULES: EXEMPTION FOR TRADE in response to Paper CC/SC(08)34 issued in September by HMRC Tax Law Rewrite Team Contents Paragraph Introduction General comments Specific comments on draft legislation capital and trade in and with the UK.
The Capital Allowances Bill (Bill 10 of ) is the first piece of legislation to be produced by the Tax Law Rewrite Project – established in December with the aim of rewriting the UK’s existing primary direct tax legislation 1 to make it clearer and easier to use.
Memorandum of evidence submitted by the Tax Law Rewrite Project 1. This memorandum of evidence has been prepared by the Tax Law Rewrite Project to assist the Joint Committee's consideration of the Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Bill as introduced in the House of Commons on 5 December (referred to hereafter in this evidence as "the Bill" or "this Bill").
The PAYE system is intimately linked with income tax in British law and consequently the legislation governing it was dealt with by the project. The result was the Income Tax (PAYE) Regulations Following the passage of the Income Tax Act attention was turned to corporation tax.
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