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UK Nationals residing in Cyprus and receiving a pension from the UK have benefited by the original Double Tax Treaty signed between Cyprus and the UK in 1974 and amended in 1980...
Starting 1 January 2021, the EU will implement new VAT rules on the cross-border trade of products sold through online platforms.
Reporting and Non-Reporting Funds are taxed differently in the UK so it is important for investors to understand the distinctions and the potential impact on UK tax liabilities.
From 6 April 2020, a new 30-day deadline for reporting and paying any capital gains tax (CGT) was introduced for UK residents on the disposal of UK residential property.
Withers LLP
One of the many unprecedented ways in which Covid-19 has impacted on every aspect of public life includes the closure of museums, art galleries, cultural institutions and heritage properties
Withers LLP
Individuals may consider giving away valuable assets to family members for various personal reasons, but one of the most logical reasons (at least, for UK domiciled and deemed domiciled individuals)
Withers LLP
One of the many unprecedented ways in which Covid-19 has impacted on every aspect of public life includes the closure of museums, art galleries, cultural institutions and heritage properties.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
The unprecedented restrictions on travel caused by the COVID-19 crisis may have an impact for non-UK companies who are seeking to be, or not to be, UK tax resident. This note considers that impact...
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
The UK government faces an unprecedented task in implementing measures to help individuals and businesses deal with the impact of the coronavirus.
Proskauer Rose LLP
In these testing times the ramifications of COVID-19 continue to be felt in every area of personal and corporate life.
Fund and alternative capital managers and their portfolio investments are facing unprecedented challenges dealing with the impact of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Waterfront Solicitors LLP
The Government has announced that the anticipated changes to the IR35 regime are being delayed by a year. The changes are now expected to come in to force on 6 April 2021.
Withers LLP
For most clients, real property (whether the family home or a holiday villa) is one of their main assets.
Ropes & Gray LLP
German papers have called it the most complicated tax fraud trial in modern German history, but the "Cum-Ex" scandal could have implications for the entire financial services
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
The ongoing COVID-19 health crisis has resulted in significant changes to working practices in the United Kingdom (U.K.) and elsewhere. With a number of territories moving into aggressive suppression phases...
Proskauer Rose LLP
In addition to the measures announced in last week's UK Budget 2020 (as we reported in our Tax Talks blog of 16 March 2020 The UK Budget and Coronavirus),...
Cooley LLP
The UK Government announces deferral until 2021 of VAT payments for the next three months, and six month deferral of 31 July 2020 self-assessed income tax due from self-employed.
Gowling WLG
The government has announced that IR35 reform, extending the IR35 tax rules to medium and large private sector businesses, is being delayed a year to 6 April 2021.
Remember, remember the upcoming change to national insurance contributions (NICs) on termination payments – as well as the recent change to guidance on post-employment notice pay (PENP).
Womble Bond Dickinson
The popularity of lifetime trust giving in the UK has been on a downward trend since April 2006 when the Labour government introduced reforms specifically aimed at stopping trusts "being used...
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