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Corporation tax - what's the future?

12 August 2015

A funny thing happened on 8 July; the Chancellor announced that the UK’s corporation tax rate will fall to 18 per cent by 2020. What is going on?

One down, 14 to go - OECD tackles transfer pricing documentation

12 August 2015

With the release of a’ country-by-country reporting implementation package’, UK companies will now start to feel the impact of the BEPS project.

Pension changes - what are the options?

12 August 2015

Pensions are supposedly a stable longer term savings environment to ensure individuals can have certainty of income in retirement. But another significant change to pensions announced in the Summer Budget means that action is required and other options may need to be considered urgently.

Summer Budget brings fundamental changes for non-doms

12 August 2015

Currently, non-UK domiciliaries (non-doms) can pay UK income tax and capital gains tax (CGT) on their foreign income and gains only if these are brought (‘remitted’) to the UK.

Weekly Tax Brief - 11 August 2015

11 August 2015

Round-up of the latest tax news and developments...

Supreme Court decision could have implications for UK trusts

11 August 2015

A recent decision from the Supreme Court regarding the UK income tax treatment of a member of a Delaware LLC could have implications for UK trusts with overseas beneficiaries.

Could Esports players be next in the taxman's sights?

11 August 2015

For the 350,000 people from 96 countries attending the Gamescom computer games fair in Cologne this week, among the reported highlights were the latest developments in Esports.

Tax inversions back on the agenda

11 August 2015

Tax inversions – remember them? Some months ago, tax inversion deals were in the headlines almost every week, with reports that US companies were seeking opportunities to move offshore profits out from under the US jurisdiction to those with lower corporation tax rates.

Where the Labour leadership candidates stand on tax

11 August 2015

With the contest for the Labour Party leadership hotting up, we’ve been taking a look at the tax policies of the four contestants. Based on the manifestos published by Jeremy Corbyn and Andy Burnham, and on speeches and interviews given by each of the four, this is what we have discovered.

Offshore Messenger August 2015

06 August 2015

A UK tax update for offshore trustees and related professionals.

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