22 November 2017
The Treasury seeks to tax based on revenues, rather than profit, for companies that operate in the digital economy.
13 November 2017
Recent headlines have documented the early termination of a Nuclear Decommissioning Authority 14 year long contract following a legal challenge from an unsuccessful bidder, costing millions to the UK taxpayer. In 2007, Metronet, responsible for two thirds of the Tube’s infrastructure collapsed, costing millions to the UK taxpayer. Are there links between the failures of these and other large scale programmes?
Ross Stupart is a Partner and Corporate Tax adviser to UK and global privately owned businesses operating in a range of sectors including Construction, Retail, Manufacturing (including Food & Drink), Hospitality & Leisure and Technology.
02 November 2017
Companies making video games may be able to claim video games tax relief (or cash back) of up to 20 percent of the production cost. Even where companies already make claims, they make be significantly under-claiming.
17 October 2017
Decision makers confident about five-year prospects.
17 October 2017
Middle market sentiment is up from last quarter.
Partner, Head of Healthcare
Audrey is part of our indirect tax team and helps to grow the government and public sector indirect tax business. She focusses on advising NHS, local authority and social housing clients on all aspects of VAT.
Darren and his team work with businesses to improve the performance of their finance functions, processes and systems.
19 September 2017
Expenditure on relevant R&D undertaken by SME consumer businesses can reduce company corporate tax bills in the UK by up to 44 pence for every £1 spent subject to certain criteria. Companies can even cash in their trading losses for a cash refund worth up to 33 pence for every £1 spent. If your consumer business is carrying on relevant R&D it may potentially take advantage of these credits. Have you considered if this is relevant to your company?
15 September 2017
Experts have again warned that in order to meet the UK's long term climate goals, additional sources of low-carbon energy will be needed. Offshore wind farms and nuclear repeatedly hit the headlines but could batteries provide a solution?