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The weather has been sweltering in central London this July. In fact, it might not be a surprise to hear my favourite piece of tech news of the month: realising that our office air con still copes when it’s 33°C… Temperature control aside, there has been plenty of other hot news from the UK technology sector. In a month that has seen plenty of questions about our country’s future, at the moment the forecast for technology at least remains bright. Here is our look at some of the biggest technology stories of the last month.
Now that the World Cup has drawn to a close and conversations about the quality of football, the organisation and the fans have all started to wane, there is one topic that is still on everyone's mind. The introduction of Virtual Assistant Referees, or VAR. Is technological injection harming the game, or indeed, making it better?
There are concerns that the Data Subject Access Request widely publicised as part of our rights under GDPR might be used as a vehicle for identity theft.
In the latest ‘An Entrepreneurs’ Story’, Buzzacott’s Matthew Katz and Philip Walters caught up with Frank Murphy to talk about his experience of selling BTC Group to Geiger Inc, a US Corporation.
The government has launched a consultation to review how individuals who own at least 5% of the shares in a trading company can retain entrepreneurs’ relief after the shareholding falls below the 5% threshold in certain circumstances.
Choosing a year end for your partnership may not always sound like the hardest decision to make in business, yet it is one that can have a profound effect on the tax profile of the partners.
From 1 April 2019, nearly all VAT registered UK established businesses, with a taxable turnover above the VAT registration threshold (£85,000), will need to comply with Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT. Businesses have been anxiously awaiting the draft legislation to see what will be required of them and what they will need to do to be compliant.
International Adviser recently published an article written by Mark Taylor, Head of Tax Investigations, on the importance of the September deadline which marks the end of disclosure opportunities for taxpayers to bring their tax affairs up to date voluntarily.
One of the key challenges that we in the measure and acquisitions (M&A) world have is communicating to those outside of the M&A world as to the value that a corporate finance adviser can add in a transaction.
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