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On 1 January 2020, the EU and UK began a 12-month Brexit transition period. The interval was designed to give both sides time
Withers LLP
With the likelihood of the UK's transitional arrangement with the EU not being extended beyond 31 December 2020 or any other deal being agreed between now and then.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
A report by the Office of Tax Simplification, commissioned by the Chancellor Rishi Sunak, has proposed bringing the rate at which CGT is paid into line with income tax
Proskauer Rose LLP
The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has published its first report following its review of certain aspects of the UK's capital gains tax regime requested by the Chancellor in July this year with...
The Sovereign Group
The answer is because it doesn't have to. Amazon is adhering to the international tax agreements signed with the UK which specifically allow this to happen.
Withers LLP
The Office of Tax Simplification (the ‘OTS') has recently published its first report reviewing the UK's Capital Gains Tax (‘CGT') regime.
Verfides
The UK's relationship with the EU will change fundamentally once the formal Transition Period ends on 31st December 2020.
Verfides
The UK's transition period with the EU comes to an end on 31st December 2020. After that, EU Directives governing tax and other matters will no longer be directly applicable between the UK and the other 26 Member States.
Proskauer Rose LLP
On 31 October, the Prime Minister announced a number of measures designed to slow down the spread of COVID-19 to last for four weeks from 4 November and including...
Proskauer Rose LLP
The UK Chancellor has today announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (the furlough scheme) and the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS)
Withers LLP
Not all tax fraud results in a criminal investigation and prosecution. HMRC have discretion to offer taxpayers whom they suspect have been involved in deliberate fraud an opportunity to make a full...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The University of Exeter's recent survey, commissioned by NFU Mutual, has found that less than a fifth of farmers plan on fully retiring.
Withers LLP
Capital gains tax (‘CGT') is payable by individuals on gains realised when they dispose of property, including real estate. For residential property, the presently applicable rate of CGT is 28%
Withers LLP
Several initiatives announced during 2020 highlight the IRS's efforts to track and enforce US tax and reporting obligations of high-net worth individuals on their worldwide assets.
Withers LLP
In sudden downturns and times of uncertainty – in this case, exacerbated by a pandemic situation – investors lean towards stable returns.
The Sovereign Group
No tax is popular but ‘death taxes' –death duties, inheritance tax or estate tax – are generally more unpopular than most.
Taylor Vinters
If you're seeking to pass your assets to the younger generation, there are various options.
The Sovereign Group
Expatriate life is an adventure and it can be fragile and unpredictable – even the best-laid plans can be turned on their head in an instant.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Last month HMRC announced in a Business Brief (12/20) a change in its view of the VAT treatment of certain compensation payments relating to the termination of contracts pursuant...
Rollits LLP
Stamp duty land tax (SDLT) is payable by the buyer on completion of the purchase of a property. There are various reliefs available and one which is sometimes overlooked is multiple dwellings...
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