We asked some of our valued clients to share their experience of working with us. See the result in our film, Shared Experience.
At Buzzacott we define ourselves by the needs of our clients. These needs range from those of nuns to those of hedge fund managers. The relationships we build are both personal and enduring.
On Wednesday 20 December 2017, the US House of Representatives voted for the final version of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act 2017, which is expected to be signed by President Trump soon. Take a look at our top tips of how to best curtail the changes and minimise the impact on your tax bill.
Using real-life scenarios here we share our top tips to consider when setting up payroll for expatriates, and what you need to do to stay tax compliant at home and overseas.
Last quarter we took the opportunity to introduce the Private Client team as a whole and our branch of expertise, which focuses on the tax affairs of partners and their partnerships. As promised, this quarter we would like to zoom in on another facet of our service - trusts.
While you may already be aware of the Residential Nil Rate Band (RNRB), which came into effect from 6 April 2017, you may not be aware of some of the quirks and planning opportunities which ensure that the additional relief is available against your estate.
As more young people turn to the bank of mum and dad, or grandparents, for help getting on to the property ladder, caution should be given as their gift may not be as generous as intended.
HMRC are removing the need for some groups of taxpayers to submit annual tax returns and instead will assess tax liabilities from information provided to them by third parties. While this may simplify the tax compliance burden for these groups, the time limits to appeal the assessments are very short and inflexible.
HMRC call taxpayers “customers”. If we look at HMRC as a business, it is a monopoly and monopolies have typically uncompetitive practices. Recent activity shows that these are alive and well.
The new rules regarding termination payments were first announced in the summer of 2015 when HMRC released a consultation paper. The scope of the consultation document was wide and sought views on a number of topics. Here, we take a look at the document and the changes it introduced.
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