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HMRC's successful appeal against the owners of the now-liquidated Glasgow Rangers FC is likely to lead to further challenges against Employee Benefit Trusts (EBT) and other loan and benefit schemes that have not yet gone through the settlement process.
Smith & Williamson
Welcome to Tax update, which provides a round-up and explanation of the latest tax issues.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
The UK Double Tax Treaty Passport ("DTTP") scheme has recently been extended by HM Revenue & Customs ("HMRC") to allow both non-corporate borrowers and lenders to enjoy the benefits of the scheme.
Alliott Group (International)
An international round table held at the Alliott Group's EMEA Regional Conference in Berlin enabled tax expert members to share insights into the incentives offered by their countries...
Jordans Trust Company
This article is the second of a series of articles that looks at tax aspects of the UK company which make it an attractive international business company, or "IBC".
TLT Solicitors
Following the Judicial Review against the decision of Tower Hamlets to introduce a late night levy (LNL), which resulted in the council accepting that their previous consultation had been flawed...
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
The purpose of EO Day is to highlight the benefits of employee ownership to business, whether this is direct ownership, using share plans, or indirect ownership using an employee ownership trust...
Smith & Williamson
In this week's tax update: Queen's Speech mentions Summer Finance Bill 2017, tax repayment position for carried back loss under enquiry, glazing salesman - self-employed or employed...
View Deloitte's approach to transfer pricing with this video. Clarity, Consistency, and Confidence: that's how Deloitte empowers our client's to renew their global approach to transfer pricing.
Deloitte Cyprus
With Article 50 negotiations under way, Clea Evagorou evaluates the planning priorities for financial services firms for the next two years.
Smith & Williamson
In this week's tax update: tax scams, the pruning of Conservative manifesto following election, HMRC's non-statutory clearance service, professional bodies approved for tax relief and VAT updates.
Alliott Group (International)
The creation of a global tax reporting network under the rules of the Common Report Standard ('CRS') is well under way.
Smith & Williamson
Welcome to Tax update, which provides a round-up and explanation of the latest tax issues.
Goodman Derrick LLP
Following Prime Minister Theresa May's announcement that there would be a snap general election...
TMF Group
Brazil is the 2nd most complex jurisdiction for accounting and tax, while Colombia, Argentina, Bolivia and Mexico make the top 15 in TMF Group's Financial Complexity Index 2017.
Our Coming to and Investing in the UK Advice Centre Experts:
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The government has had to postpone many measures that were included in Finance Bill 2017 in order to pass through the legislation in a shortened timeframe before Parliament is dissolved on 3 May.
Private clients and their advisers should be asking themselves (and each other) if they are sufficiently prepared for the Common Reporting Standard ("CRS").
On Friday 18th August 2016 the government released a further consultation document on the proposed changes to the taxation of non-domiciled individuals due to take effect from 6 April 2017.
The treaty provides benefits for UK companies operating in the UAE, and to short-term business visitors based in the UAE coming to the UK.
The government released a further consultation document on Friday 18th August 2016 in which they confirm that they will press ahead with the proposed changes to the taxation of non-domiciled individuals.
Many non-domiciled individuals own UK residential property through an offshore company/trust structure as these types of structures have, until recently, afforded many tax benefits.
The changes were first announced in the 2015 Summer Budget, and a Consultation document was issued in September 2015 setting out further details.
Useful Resources
Use supplementary pages SA105 to record UK property income on your SA100 Tax Return.
When you start renting out property, you must tell HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and you may have to pay tax.
Use online form service or postal form (SA700) to file a tax return for a non-resident company.
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