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Interested in understanding a little more about a tax issue affecting you or your business? In this section our team share their thoughts, ideas and views on a wide range of topical, tax related subjects, currently making the news.

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Corporate and International Tax, Private Client
15 December 2021

Christmas parties are a great way of making employees feel valued, however, the thought may not be so gratefully received if it comes with a tax charge! Note though, that…

Corporate and International Tax
4 November 2021

Add to that the pressures of navigating the Brexit changes and the COVID-19 pandemic, and it’s pretty easy to let tax affairs slip through the net. TDD is often viewed…

Corporate and International Tax
4 November 2021

The computation might be no more than half a dozen pages long, and it would simply be posted to HM Revenue and Customs with a copy of the statutory accounts….

Corporate and International Tax, Private Client
11 October 2021

The British tax year originally started on the 25th of March, known as ‘Lady Day’, as it was the first ‘quarter day’ of the year on which debts had to…

Corporate and International Tax
7 September 2021

Top of the Chancellor’s pops has been the widely accepted notion that capital gains tax was on the hit list, given the rates are lower than income tax rates, and…

Corporate and International Tax
6 September 2021

If we had a penny for every time we said: “deals are taking so much longer to get over the line”, we’d have a stash of pennies in the piggybank!…

Corporate and International Tax
2 September 2021

Business Asset Gift Relief is available to defer the capital gain on gifts of qualifying business assets between parties through a joint election. Its effect is to defer the Capital…

Corporate and International Tax
17 May 2021

Most countries have a central government agency which registers (or “incorporates”) new companies. In the UK this is Companies House. A company which is incorporated in the UK will by…

Corporate and International Tax
12 May 2021

For a UK company, debt is often seen as more flexible, as it is much easier than equity to repay once it is no longer needed in the business. Also, interest…

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