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.
As the World Cup draws to a close, there will no doubt be the inevitable discussions about the quality of the football, the organisation and the fans etc. Top of the list of subjects on discussion (perhaps after the performance of the England team…) will no doubt be the introduction of Virtual Assistant Referees, or VAR.
Following our AngelsDen event, Simon Wax shares four key things to remember when pitching for fintech investment in the UK.
Britain in Hong Kong Magazine recently published a contribution article written by Mark Taylor, Head of Tax Investigations, on how the 30 September 2018 is arguably one of the most important deadlines of recent note that has been set by HMRC, in its attempt to tackle tax avoidance and offshore tax evasion.
“Let’s just call it blockchain anyway; we’ll get funding” Martin Walker sparked a new debate about blockchain last May in Parliament. The think tank director likened the technology to many other “pixie dust” fads that he had seen throughout his career.
As the end of July rapidly approaches, some taxpayers are faced with the recurring prospect of yet another tax payment becoming due.
The figures are out there: serious tax evasion cases are up by 18% during the year ended 31 March 2018 compared to the previous year but why? Here, we look at the bigger picture and question the potential variables that may have contributed to this recent growth.
If you have entered into a contractor/disguised remuneration loan arrangement, with loan amounts outstanding, now is the last chance to settle those affairs before the extended 30 September 2018 deadline.
Buzzacott’s Head of Tax Investigations and Dispute Resolution, Mark Taylor, is a recognised expert in all contentious tax matters and serves on the Executive Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, Tax Investigation Practitioners Group (TIPG).
Here is how our Tax Investigations & Dispute Resolution team helped two clients obtain sideways relief claims that had been challenged by HMRC. Find out how our experts resolved the issues after unsuccessful negotiations by both clients’ accountants.
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