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Now is the time to take stock of your payroll
Simon Balaam

29 July 2021

Payroll can be a complex and time-consuming task, so a deep dive review on a regular basis can assist in streamlining to ensure it works both efficiently and accurately.

Non-resident directors of UK companies and the tax implications
Joanne Webber

29 July 2021

It is quite common for UK companies to have overseas-based individuals on the UK board. With the anticipated relaxation of travel restrictions and the return of the in-person board meeting, now is a good time to check your compliance processes.

Coronavirus and Jitterbugs: Dealing with return-to-office anxieties
Kerri Constable

29 July 2021

Many employers are starting a plan to return to the office. The government has suggested a gradual return. Here are some tips on how you can deal with any return-to-office anxieties.

The Hybrid working revolution – do employment contracts now need to change
Carolyn Brown

29 July 2021

With the Government-mandated working from home guidance ending, many employers have seen an increase in hybrid working requests. Do you need to change your employment contracts?

Government announcements | Brexit
Simon Hart

29 July 2021

Brexit decisions are changing almost daily – explore the most up to date, topical announcements which might impact your business and people here.

Hybrid working – the employment tax considerations
David Williams-Richardson

29 July 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated a move towards hybrid working. Therefore important that employers determine their policy across all affected areas of the business. Here we cover the employment tax considerations.

Borrowers will need to prove that they are back on track
Matt Haw

27 July 2021

Many companies will have seen depressed EBITDA during the coronavirus period. They will now be looking to refinance, or raise finance, for an event such as an M&A transaction.

Tax voice - July 2021

24 July 2021

The latest edition of tax voice outlines a range of tax related issues including the UK possibly changing its tax year, tax return issues for crypto investors, significant global tax change following the meeting of the G7 finance ministers and the importance of correctly valuing management charges to connected entities for VAT purposes.

G7 paves the way for significant global tax change
Suze McDonald

24 July 2021

The communique issued on 5 June 2021, following the meeting of the G7 finance ministers in London signals another potentially significant shift in the global tax landscape to address the tax challenges arising from globalisation and the digitalisation of the economy.

VAT: Jupiter Asset Management
Philip Munn

24 July 2021

A recent tribunal decision has highlighted the importance of correctly valuing management charges to connected entities for VAT purposes, especially when the recipient is not entitled to recover VAT in full on the cost.