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A day out with the Charity Tax Group

By Graham Elliot

Every year the Charity Tax Group (CTG) has its annual meeting. I thought that it was about time that an example of this annual event was celebrated in a blog. As this is a blog, and not a ‘review’ or an ‘article’, I am going to be selective in what caught my notice.

The meeting was on 28 April 2014. I was involved both as a spectator and a panel participant towards the end of the session. These are the points that I thought were particularly interesting.

A matter of two days or so before the meeting, HMRC and the CTG agreed a joint document signposting the possible way to significant reform of the gift-aid donor benefits regime…

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  • Family law revolution

    22 April 2014 marked ‘the largest reform of the family justice system any of us have seen or will see in our professional lifetimes’, according to the president of the Family Division.

  • A brave new world — Family Court

    As Sam Cooke sang, ‘a change is gonna come’. For family lawyers, change is upon us. The single Family Court is live as of 22 April. So what will the changes mean?

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