Unfortunately, owing and paying tax are still necessary and required in most cases, but on the other hand we are treading on new terrain for year-end tax planning. We will explore some actions taxpayers can make before the end of 2018 that can provide a tax benefit. Itemized deductions. The only itemized deductions that have survived the TCJA are:
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The Corrections: taxpayers required to address errors in offshore tax reporting by 30 September 2018 or face stringent new penalties For some years now, the UK tax legislation has tended to treat offshore non-compliance by UK taxpayers more harshly than non-compliance in relation to UK income or assets.
x Yes ¨ No Indicate by check mark if the registrant is not required to file reports pursuant to Section. a non-accelerated filer, or a smaller reporting company. See the definitions of “larger.
03 January 2017. If your affairs involve income or assets outside the UK and your UK tax filings up to 5 April 2017 in relation to these offshore matters are not 100% perfect then, from 30 September 2018, you face stringent new penalties of up to 200% of the tax due.
21.1.3 Operational Guidelines Overview manual transmittal. september 17, 2018. Purpose (1) This transmits revised IRM 21.1.3, Accounts Management and Compliance Services Operations. Material Changes (1) Various editorial changes were made throughout the IRM to update addresses, websites, IRM references and any other changes necessary.
deliver a return which lead to a loss of tax relating to offshore matters. Errors must be corrected by 30 September 2018 at the latest to avoid very severe sanctions, namely a penalty of up to 200 per cent of the under-declared tax. Taxpayers could also face a further penalty of up to 10 per cent of the value of relevant offshore assets
This guidance to tax practitioners about engagement letters for tax work supersedes all previous editions and is based on the law as at 13 March 2018. A member should be satisfied that there have been no subsequent changes that impact on how this guidance applies to their particular facts and circumstances.