Tax.Point Journal - Monthly Tax Bulletin

What is Tax.point?


tax.point, the monthly print tax journal for tax professionals, prepared by Chartered Accountants. It is available as a subscription to our electronic service TaxSource Total or to the monthly published journal tax.point.  

tax.point is compiled and edited by Maud Clear, Tax Manager at Chartered Accountants Ireland. It is published every month and is one of the easiest ways to stay up to date as the content is both current and relevant.

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Features & Benefits

Each month, tax.point brings you:

  • Independent coverage of all important tax, Brexit and public policy developments
  • Featured articles on current practical tax matters written by tax professionals
  • Expert commentary on the issues of the day, including very recent tax cases (Irish, UK and EU)
  • The full text of new important source documents: statutory instruments, Revenue statements etc.
  • Key Irish and UK tax rates and monthly deadlines.

Print subscribers will receive the latest tax.point issue via post.

In the March issue:

New Developments

  • Ireland  - Wage supports to continue beyond March
  • UK - Self-assessment late returns and late payment penalty relaxation
  • International - Commission extends State aid Temporary Framework
  • Brexit - UK data adequacy decisions issued by European Commission

Feature Articles

  • Effective Tax Rates in Ireland By Ilias Kostarakos and Petros Varthalitis
  • UK Budget 2021 – corporation tax to increase but COVID-19 supports extended By Leontia Doran

Tax Case Digest

  • The Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs v Development Securities Plc & Ors [2020] EWCA Civ 1705

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