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Weekly tax brief | 25 August 2020

25 August 2020

This week's articles are 'R&D tax relief reforms risk stifling innovation in small firms', 'Who pays the tax bill anyway? Well-intended tax schemes often penalise consumers', 'Free money! Children’s Trust Funds begin to mature', and 'HMRC is back and focusing on people with offshore investments'.

Free Money! Children’s Trust Funds begin to mature

25 August 2020

Directly or indirectly, most taxes are ultimately paid by individuals. We’ve been looking at what this means in practice, particularly as some countries make increasing use of their tax systems to tackle avoidance by multinational corporations, to slow global warming and, in the UK’s case, to prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period.

Who pays the tax bill anyway? Well-intended tax schemes often penalise consumers

25 August 2020

Directly or indirectly, most taxes are ultimately paid by individuals. We’ve been looking at what this means in practice, particularly as some countries make increasing use of their tax systems to tackle avoidance by multinational corporations, to slow global warming and, in the UK’s case, to prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period.

R&D tax relief reforms risk stifling innovation in small firms

25 August 2020

HMRC recently published a second consultation document with proposals for preventing abuse of the research and development (R&D) tax relief for SMEs, but will these proposals discourage small businesses from undertaking genuine R&D activity? We suggest improvements.

HMRC is back and focusing on people with offshore investments

25 August 2020

HMRC has launched its latest campaign of nudge letters aimed at taxpayers who hold overseas investments. Given the potential for extremely harsh penalties for any errors discovered by HMRC relating to offshore matters, taxpayers with such investments need to carefully review their position.

July ONS retail sales show the entrenched new habits of shoppers that continue post-lockdown
Jacqui Baker

21 August 2020

Results from July’s ONS retail sales figures show the first full month of trade since non-essential stores in England were permitted to reopen by Government. Encouragingly there was growth for the second consecutive month at 3 per cent above pre-pandemic levels in February 2020.

Developing your digital transformation strategy
David Rowling

20 August 2020

Our guide outlines how your organisation can successfully navigate digital transformation and take advantage of new innovations to refine key business processes and create new ways to add value.

Alex Milne

Corporate Finance Director

Alex is a corporate finance director in RSM’s due diligence team, specialising in both UK and cross-border transactions advising corporate and private equity clients. Sectors of focus include events management, software and manufacturing.

How to turn the property stamp tax holiday into a permanent income tax break

18 August 2020

The Chancellor’s SDLT break has led to record highs in the number of property transactions, with many seeking to benefit from the reduced rates available. Whilst the ‘SDLT holiday’ offers the opportunity to acquire a new property with lower costs, it can also provide married couples and civil partners with a permanent income tax break.

Weekly tax brief | 18 August 2020

18 August 2020

This week's articles are 'Is HMRC short-sighted in restoring Crown preference at a time when many SMEs and their lenders are already struggling?', 'Could employees committing furlough fraud top six million?', 'How to turn the SDLT holiday into a permanent income tax break', 'Action required by 29 August to benefit from VAT rate cut' and 'Last chance to make a SEISS claim'.

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