22 November 2018
David Blacher, partner and national head of TMT at RSM predicts that whilst the short to medium term measures of the Digital Services Tax are targeted at global on-line businesses, the same tax system will, eventually, catch up with most tech companies.
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06 November 2018
Dixons Carphone Plc (DSG) case regarding the sales of goods on interest free terms is brought to First-tier Tribunal. Tribunal rules against DSG but further litigation likely. Decision impacts retail industry and how similar businesses manage interest free credit terms.
01 November 2018
The Budget contained much of interest for companies operating in the TMT sector. This article is a summary of the main points though, as ever, there are many points of detail that will need to be worked through as more materials become available in the forthcoming days and weeks.
30 October 2018
Find out how lenders and directors could be at risk from insolvency changes in this year’s Budget Announcement. For information or advice click here.
29 October 2018
The Government targets large multinational digital businesses, introducing from 2020 a tax on UK related revenues. The Government will continue to cooperate with efforts internationally to devise a fairer way of taxing the digital businesses, but this proposal puts a marker down internationally while sending a political signal domestically.
18 October 2018
After a positive summer, British consumers reined in their spending in September with the volume of sales dropping by 0.8 per cent versus the previous month. The rise in petrol prices also impacted household budgets with the amount spent on petrol rising by 1.1 percentage points versus the same month last year.