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The "New" Alternative Minimum Tax
The 2017 Tax Act was signed into law on December 22, 2017. As part of the tax reform "simplification" process, there was a strong movement to eliminate the alternative minimum tax ("AMT") for corporations and individuals.
United States
15 Feb 2018
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Non-Dom Changes Postponed: Where Does This Leave Me?
You may have seen news reports on how changes to UK non-dom status have been put on hold.
UK
3 May 2017
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UK Budget Analysis
As anticipated today's Budget announcement contained little of great surprise.
UK
17 Mar 2017
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Autumn Statement 2016: An Emerging Picture
In what we have today learnt will be the last Autumn Statement, Philip Hammond set out a number of confirmations and marked his tenure with a re-arrangement of the fiscal calendar.
UK
28 Nov 2016
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UK Budget 2016 - Swiss Highlights
The run-up to today's UK Budget was dominated by rumours of major changes to the taxation of pensions which did not materialise.
UK
17 Mar 2016
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Italian Budget Law - Taxation Measures Aim To Increase Economic Growth
The 2016 Budget Law (so called 'Legge di Stabilità 2016'), Law no. 208 of 28 December 2015, was published in the Official Gazzette no. 302 of 30 December 2015.
Italy
17 Feb 2016
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Autumn Statement 2015 Analysis
As far as tax changes are concerned, today's Statement lacked comedy or tragedy and was one of the most unremarkable Statements for many years.
UK
30 Nov 2015
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UK Summer Budget Analysis 2015
Given a free hand after 5 years of coalition economics, George Osborne was very much expected to announce a truly Conservative budget. Did he?
UK
13 Jul 2015
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UK Budget July 2015 – Non-Doms In The Spotlight
The July Budget 2015 was one of the most eagerly anticipated UK Budgets in recent years. It was the first Budget to be delivered by a Conservative government since 1996.
UK
13 Jul 2015
10
Remittance Changes – Seismic Shift Or A Storm In A Small Teacup?
Given a free hand after 5 years of coalition economics, George Osborne was today very much expected to announce a truly Conservative budget. Did he?
UK
9 Jul 2015
11
Budget Take Two: Will Election Promises Be Made A Reality?
Income tax (along with National Insurance and VAT) is to be the beneficiary of the tax lock, so there will be no increases in tax rates over the course of this parliament.
UK
11 Jun 2015
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UK Budget 2015 And Its Impact On Entrepreneurs
The focus of this year's Budget was individuals, particularly savers. Business entrepreneurs appear to have been left largely unaffected by this year's Budget.
UK
25 Mar 2015
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UK Budget 2015 Analysis
Much was expected of George Osborne when he got to his feet today to reveal the details of a hotly anticipated Budget...
UK
19 Mar 2015
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Asia UK Autumn Statement 2014
In his Autumn Statement delivered on 3 December, the UK Chancellor announced several measures that will directly affect non-UK individuals who live or own property in or are considering moving to the UK.
UK
8 Dec 2014
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UK Autumn Statement 2014
‘As a result of the government’s reforms to tax, welfare and public spending across this Parliament, the richest households will make the biggest contribution to reducing the deficit, both in cash terms, and as a proportion of their income.’
UK
5 Dec 2014
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HM Treasury And BIS Open Consultation On Social Investment Tax Relief
The Government announced in this year’s Budget that it would be introducing a new tax relief for private investment in social enterprise from 2014, which will complement other government initiatives aimed at helping social enterprises to grow and innovate.
UK
29 Jul 2013
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