Michael is a tax partner based in the Nottingham office. Michael works with corporate clients delivering commercial tax advice on international and domestic tax matters including; global tax compliance, overseas expansion, mergers and acquisitions, corporate structuring, new developments in tax law, tax technology and governance, transfer pricing and tax accounting.
01 May 2020
In response to the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak, the Government has announced that the application of the zero rate of VAT to supplies of 'digital publications' will be brought forward to 1 May.
24 April 2020
Since the coronavirus lockdown in the UK the tech start-up industry has been under a lot of pressure. After much debate, plans for a new 'Future Fund' designed to support high-growth companies has been announced.
Simon is a tax partner in our Nottingham office and Head of Tax for the East Midlands. Simon has over 20 years’ experience dealing with tax compliance and tax planning for businesses and their owners.
Hywel is a corporate assurance and advisory partner who advises a wide variety of businesses across the middle-market in the UK, and internationally.
02 April 2020
The venture capital and private equity industry have invested heavily in the technology sector, from seed investments in new ideas to buyouts and take-privates of established businesses.
01 April 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has made it more important than ever to make the most of every opportunity to maximise cash returns. One way that businesses in the creative sector can generate inward cash is to claim creative sector tax relief.
26 February 2020
Following a tribunal ruling, an independent review and a celebrity led campaign, the Government is under pressure on three sides to end the application of VAT at 20 per cent to digital publications.
25 February 2020
Following the News Corp and Ireland Ltd Upper Tribunal decision released late last year, in which it was held that the digital editions of The Times and other News Corp newspapers should be zero-rated for VAT, HMRC has published a new briefing explaining how businesses can now submit claims for overpaid VAT. But there is a snag - any claims made are unlikely to be paid until when, and if, the litigation is finally concluded in News Corp’s favour.