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Technical articles | 10 Jun 2013
This month's article concludes the series on the subject of the General Anti-Abuse Rule (the GAAR).  To briefly summarise, the GAAR is a special statutory rule that targets tax avoidance schemes which, because they are complex and/or novel, are outside of the general tax legislation.&n...
Technical articles | 14 May 2013
This month's article continues on the subject of the General Anti-Abuse Rule (the GAAR). The GAAR is a special statutory rule that targets tax avoidance schemes which, because they are complex and/or novel, are outside of the general tax legislation. Only schemes that are abusive are within...
Technical articles | 22 Apr 2013
The subject of tax avoidance and evasion has been headline news for some time bearing in mind that HMRC has estimated that in 2011/12 the "tax gap" (the difference between the tax due and that collected) amounted to £32bn.  Of this it is estimated that avoidance accounted for 14% (£5bn...
CII Library | Book | Published 2015
CCH Planning - Individuals and General 2015-16 provides guidance on dealing with the full range of tax scenarios individuals face. It includes worked examples , planning points and warnings and covers marriage, retirement, death, international aspects, employee benefits, share schemes and ta...
CII Library | Book | Published 2013
Lowndes & Rudolf is a specialist commentary on the York-Antwerp Rules (YAR). It is the most detailed and analytical work on general average (GA) You'll find the book gives you a historical overview of each Rule of YAR, and a comparison with English law, which gives insight into the under...
CII Library | Article | Published 19-04-2012
Once snubbed by the industry, MGAs are increasingly seen as a good way to get high-volume, low-value business. Greater regulation and IT improvements have given insurers the reassurance to delegate underwriting authority, but MGAs must bring skills and good returns that insurers can not replicate...
Fact files | 31 Dec 2014
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) provides a cost-effective and informal means of resolving financial services disputes, including those relating to general insurance. It can consider disputes between the insurer and the policyholder or between an intermediary and client, investigating ...
Research | 03 Sep 2014
The FCA has published its final report on its general insurance add-ons market study. The report finds that the add-on mechanism has a clear impact on consumer behaviour and often affects consumers' decision-making, often providing a structural point of sale advantage. 
 
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