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Buzzacott are delighted to have received an award for 'Leading Business Services Practice' at the annual Hedge Fund Journal Awards, which celebrate outstanding service contribution to the hedge fund industry.
There are a number of fronts on which the harsher impacts of
an increasingly globalised and commodified world economy are
being resisted and beaten back. From the wealthiest individuals
acting through their philanthropy, via the major corporations (which
can have greater influence than most nation states), to individuals
making choices as consumers and employees, there is an increasing
trend away from charity and voluntarism existing separately
from the desire to use wealth to create a more sustainable and
socially constructive economy.
With the deadline for filing 2015 US tax returns just around the corner, Senior Expatriate Tax Services Manager Ishali Patel has put together her top tips for making the 2015 filing season as stress-free as possible.
The closing date for registering interest in the Autumn Statement Settlement Opportunity (ASSO) ends midday on 11 February 2016. Find out what you need to do (if anything) now.
Asia Asset Management recently published a contribution article written by Ishali Patel, Senior Manager in the Expatriate Tax Services team, on her experience of globalization and market development during her recent travels around the world.
The latest decision of the Upper Tribunal in the case of Wakefield College has recently been released. This case involves a Further Education College’s claim for the zero rating of construction services following the completion of a new teaching block.
January is reportedly the most popular time of the year to file for divorce, with many individuals waiting until the New Year before commencing divorce proceedings - to make a new beginning.
In the last few years the number of services spinning out from local authorities to become charities or social enterprises has been increasing in number.
If you receive dividends in excess of £5,000, your tax liability will increase signiﬁcantly from 6 April 2016.