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Roger Harding

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After starting his tax career with HMRC, Roger qualified with ATT (Association of Tax Technicians), working in the accountancy practice of Deloitte. Having gained experience in personal and business tax, property taxation, corporate tax structuring and compliance, he brought his expertise to Gordon Dadds in 2013.

Experience

  • Deloitte

  • HMRC                       

                                                           
Networks

  • Association of Tax Technicians

  • South Wales CIOT Forum

  • Accounting Web

My recent publications

Insights / Stamp Duty Land Tax – Temporary Relief

14-07-2020 /

In the UK, Chancellor Rishi Sunak last week announced a raft of stimulus measures aimed at rebooting the UK economy following the coronavirus pandemic.

Stamp Duty Land Tax – Temporary Relief

News / Buy to Let – Under Siege & The Race to Incorporate

11-12-2016 /

Whilst this may be one opinion, private landlords can certainly be forgiven for thinking it is a view held by George Osborne following his recent tax increases for the buy to let sector. The increase to Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT), coupled with restrictions on tax relief for finance charges and the removal of the wear and tear allowance will certainly leave many private landlords feeling under siege.

Buy to Let – Under Siege & The Race to Incorporate

News / Summer 2015 Budget – Impact on non UK Domiciles & UK Residential Property

09-07-2015 / Real Estate

Ending Non-Dom Tax Status With effect from 6 April 2017 a non-domiciled individual who has been resident in the UK in 15 of the previous 20 tax years will be deemed domiciled in the UK for all tax purposes. The change effectively brings to an end the “non-dom” tax status for these “longer term” residents.  The option of paying tax on foreign income and gains on the remittance basis will no longer be available.

 Summer 2015 Budget – Impact on non UK Domiciles & UK Residential Property

News / HMRC Consultation – Direct Recovery of Debts

25-07-2014 /

On 6 May 2014 HMRC opened consultation regarding their request for powers to access the bank accounts of taxpayers with tax debts exceeding £1,000. The closing date for comment is 29 July 2014. Responses to the consultation will be published in autumn 2014 and draft legislation released for further consultation in the 2014 autumn statement. New legislation is expected to be introduced as part of the 2015 Finance Bill.

HMRC Consultation – Direct Recovery of Debts