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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.
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.
Buzzacott is delighted to invite you to our Annual Essential Employment Update for Businesses seminar.
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.
On 18 June, the IRS released some revised guidance for US citizens, residents and green card holders who are not up to date with their tax returns and reporting requirements.
The introduction of Pension Scheme Auto-Enrolment is the largest required change for organisations in many years and impacts many areas of the business from HR, Payroll and Benefits to Employee Engagement.
The European Commission has published an independent review of the challenges of taxation in the digital economy.
In England and Wales current intestacy laws are being revised to ensure amounts received by survivors and children are increased.
Buzzacott in association with Bond and Russell-Cooke recently hosted a seminar focused on the changing business environment in international development which concluded with a lively discussion on the impact for UK NGOs.
HMRC have started writing to some taxpayers explaining that their effective rate of tax for the tax year ended 5 April 2012 is lower than average.
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