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Leisure and hospitality

05 June 2017

Is Brexit to blame for the cost challenges in this sector?

Tax voice - June 2017

03 June 2017

This month’s tax voice features Finance Bill changes, an update on US tax reform, could it be all change for non-doms again and changes to form P11D reporting 2016/17.

All change for non-doms again?

03 June 2017

It was inevitable, following the announcement of the 8 June general election, that not all provisions included in the 2017 Finance Bill would be made law before parliament was dissolved. Will the proposed non-dom changes be reintroduced?

Changes to form P11D reporting 2016/17

03 June 2017

Since the abolition of P11D dispensation agreements for the 2016/17 tax year onwards, the reporting obligations for those employers that previously did not hold a P11D dispensation have been significantly reduced.

Finance Bill shrinks in the parliamentary wash-up

03 June 2017

The announcement of a snap general election had an immediate impact on some of the most eye-catching announcements for corporates from the Spring Budget , with the parliamentary wash-up seeing key clauses dropped from a foreshortened Finance Act 2017, which received royal assent on 27 April.

An update on US tax reform

03 June 2017

The importance of the United States to the UK is obvious. It is currently the world’s largest economy, the largest destination for UK exports, and the second largest source of UK imports, so the US has long been a target for businesses seeking to attract interest from overseas or to expand their horizons beyond the UK.

Will the Taylor review be an opportunity missed?

31 May 2017

With the publication of the review into employment practices in the modern economy by Matthew Taylor expected in a matter of weeks, there has been significant comment that the issue of taxation and National Insurance must also be considered.

The insurance premium tax rise - who really pays?

31 May 2017

On 1 June, the standard rate of insurance premium tax (IPT) rises from 10 to 12 per cent, prompting howls of disapproval from the industry who are claiming that a typical household stands to pay an extra £50 a year. However, a common myth is that the IPT is always passed on to the insured. In fact, consumers may not be as badly hit as some are predicting – at least for now.

Do workers in the UK pay more or less tax than in other parts of the world?

31 May 2017

A simple question you might think, but, as at least one newspaper found this week, getting an answer is far from straightforward.

Are you paying the right carbon tax?
Marc Mazzucco

31 May 2017

The Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC) is a tax on high carbon dioxide emissions. RSM found that in over 30 reviews conducted into compliance with CRC, there have been errors in every case.