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HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) confirmed today that it is working with the United States and Australian tax administrations (the IRS and ATO) on data which reveals extensive use of complex offshore structures to conceal assets by wealthy individuals and companies.

The 400 gigabytes of data is still being analysed but early results show the use of companies and trusts in a number of territories around the world including Singapore, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, and the Cook Islands. The data also exposes information that may be shared with other tax administrations as part of the global fight against tax evasion.

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From 22 April 2013, charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs can sign up to make repayment claims electronically.

The new service, Charities Online, is being introduced in response to customer feedback. It will make repayment claims faster and easier by filing online. The current R68(i) print and post repayment form will be replaced by three options for making claims.

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Your charity or Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) may be able to benefit from this new scheme that provides top-up payments on those small cash donations where it is difficult to collect a Gift Aid declaration. Follow the links below to find out if you are eligible, what you are entitled to and how to claim.

The Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme: the basics Read this guide first if you want a short overview of the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme (GASDS).

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From 22 April 2013, charities and Community Amateur Sports Clubs (CASCs) can sign up to make repayment claims electronically, using HM Revenue & Customs' (HMRC's) new online service.

If you're registered with HMRC as an agent or nominee who can make Gift Aid or other tax repayment claims on behalf of charities and CASCs, you can sign up to and use the new Charities for Agents online service. As an agent, you can only claim for a charity or CASC that HMRC knows you are authorised to represent. If you don't have authorisation to act on behalf of the charity or CASC, you need to get this first.

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Your charity or Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) can use Charities Online to claim Gift Aid tax repayments or tax back on other income, and to make a claim under the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme (GASDS).

You can claim repayments using an online form and schedule spreadsheet, through in-house or third party software, or using a paper form. If you're using the online service, you need to attach your donor details to your claim using a schedule spreadsheet.

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These draft regulations remove references to being 'ordinarily resident' from Regulation 15 of the Capital Gains Tax regulations 1967 and remove the requirement that a person must be resident or ordinarily resident or carry on a trade in the United Kingdom in order to be joined as a third party to an appeal or make an application to be joined.

This instrument will be laid in time to come into force from 6 April 2013, so any final comments on this revised draft should be sent by 12 March 2013.

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