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The latest news and insights from the Buzzacott team on topics ranging from changes in legislation to sharing of best practice in your sector.
At Buzzacott, we provide a range of events, seminars and training courses on essentials to run your organisation, current technical topics to keep you up-to-date and forums to share best practice with your peers.
This seminar will aid trustees and non-finance managers to gain an understanding of what to look for in a charity’s accounts.
Our annual Minimising the VAT Burden seminar will look at the various VAT reliefs available to charities, current issues facing charities, recent case law and practical strategies for ensuring that the VAT burden is kept to a minimum.
Our Private Client team has put together our second Quarterly Tax Digest for Private Clients. It comprises topical news items and insights that may affect you and that we hope you find interesting.
ADR is part of HMRC’s Litigation Support Strategy designed principally to help settle tax disputes with businesses, but can also be used by individuals to resolve complex or entrenched arguments with HMRC.
The SRA has been busy with another consultation, this time on changes to professional indemnity insurance.
The recent Clyde & Co. v. Bates van Winklehof ruling that a member (“partner”) in an LLP is a “worker” under the Employment Rights Act 1996 – whether they’re salaried, fixed share or equity – means there may be a requirement to automatically enrol into a qualifying pension scheme.
A recent consultation and on-line survey by HMRC received the highest rate of response to a government consultation. This was in respect of a new tax free childcare initiative which is to be introduced in Autumn 2015 and will be open to all eligible families with children under twelve.
The UK property market, and particularly that of London, has frequently been in the news, with rising prices given as a marker of economic recovery. People buy houses for many reasons, but for most of us, it is the family home (or homes).
For many years, it has been standard planning for non-UK domiciled individuals to have a UK home held via a foreign company, which is itself owned by an ‘offshore’ trust, in order to reduce their estate for UK inheritance tax (IHT) purposes.
We have in excess of 270 staff working with 33 partners in specialist teams.
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