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Death And Taxes
Benjamin Franklin may have been right to say that both death and taxes were unavoidable, but the future of tax on death is now up in the air!
UK
29 Oct 2018
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UK Budget 2016: CGT, Stamp Duty, More Anti-Avoidance And A Boost For Entrepreneurs
Against what he described as a backdrop of storm clouds gathering, George Osborne sought to deliver an upbeat Budget with a surprising amount of good news.
UK
17 Mar 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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Autumn Statement 2015 - Much Ado About Nothing
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
25 Nov 2015
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Extension Of The Annual Tax On Enveloped Dwellings (‘ATED’)
The ATED is an annual charge to UK tax of up to £143,750 on UK residential property worth £2m or more, which is held by certain non-natural persons (‘NNPs’)
UK
15 Apr 2014
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Switzerland UK Budget 2014 Analysis
Despite the usual rumours, today’s UK Budget was, at least in tax terms, one of the more uneventful Budgets in recent years.
UK
20 Mar 2014
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UK Disclosure Facilities
In a recent decision, the Swiss Federal court upheld a request for information from the US tax authorities that sought to obtain information in relation to accounts held by US taxpayers, whether directly or indirectly.
UK
2 Oct 2013
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