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The next FATCA reporting deadline for financial institutions in the UK is 31 May 2017, with the information reported then to be exchanged with the IRS on or before 30 September 2017. Find out now what you should be doing to ensure your clients are compliant before this deadline.
For many in the charity sector, the new Charities Statement of Recommended Practice (“SORP 2015”) was anticipated with bated breath. They were expecting key changes to accounting treatment as well as additional disclosure requirements.
Leading a business that is experiencing rapid growth is an exciting challenge and one that requires leaders who have the knowledge and skills to make good business decisions in a very competitive environment.
Welcome to the Spring edition of Buzzacott's Professional Practices Group Newsletter. Featuring news and insights on the latest updates to impact the industry, read the newsletter to stay informed.
Large companies and LLPs are now required to report, on a half-yearly basis, their payment practices, policies and performance.
Buzzacott is delighted to announce the successful completion of its latest
corporate finance transaction.
The first returns of information under the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) will be due for filing with HM Revenue and Customs on 31 May 2017. However, most charities, particularly incorporated entities (including CIOs) and those with less than 50% of their income from investment funds, will not need to be concerned about the CRS.
If your company operates a share or share option plan for employees or directors, or they have acquired shares in the company, you have an obligation to report the transactions on an annual basis.
In November 2016 Buzzacott’s Corporate Finance team completed the disposal of Vocality International Limited. This case study reveals the process, timescales and lessons learned throughout.