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For Americans moving to the UK, owning a UK property (real estate) is not always as straightforward as it may seem. Here, we explore the broad spectrum of UK taxes that Americans purchasing property in the UK should consider.
Drawing from our recent roundtable with some of the UK's senior HR and L&D professionals, the first in our insight series explores the past, present, future and the myths of leadership development.
2016 is likely to be a significant period of transition for many hospital charities. They will not only have to prepare their accounts under the new FRS 102 Charities SORP, but for some, they will also be in the process of setting up and transferring assets and activities into new legal entities independent of the NHS body that originally set the charity up.
As with many areas post Brexit, there is a general feeling of uncertainty on the impact the result will have on trading performance across a wide range of businesses.
The vote to leave the EU has created uncertainty for EU nationals in the UK and UK nationals living and working in the EU. We have been told that the UK will not take any action until September or October this year. So while we wait for direction what actions should employers with internationally mobile staff take now?
The Government has proposed to create a new criminal offence for corporations that fail to take adequate steps to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion. We’ve examined the latest consultation document to highlight what businesses should be considering and what the implications are.
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This recent case before the First Tier Tax Tribunal (FTT) highlights how HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have made a fatal mistake putting at risk it being able to collect by way of a closure notice £653,000 of tax from a participant in a tax avoidance scheme.
In this article we look at a recent HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) case before the First Tier Tax Tribunal (FTT), highlighting when a taxpayer may be able to use reliance on accountants/advisers as a reasonable excuse for a failure or error.