“The State of Tax Justice 2021” – a castle made of sand

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, explores and dispels the notion that holding wealth “offshore” is nothing more than an abuse of the domestic tax system, in Accountancy Today.

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The battle between Matalan founder Hargreaves and HMRC

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, discusses the outcome of the nearly 20-year battle between HMRC and Matalan founder John Hargreaves, in Solicitors Journal.

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Andrew Park interviewed on TalkTV in relation to the Covid Taxpayer Protection Taskforce

Andrew Park, Tax Investigations Partner, was interviewed on TalkTV re his FOI request that revealed the Treasury’s misleading £100m “investment” promise in the Covid Taxpayer Protection Taskforce.

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Rishi Sunak’s flagship £100 million Covid anti-fraud unit – Andrew Park

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, comments on Sunak’s £100 million Covid anti-fraud unit, after it emerged most of its staff were not experts, in The Times.

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Letter to the Editor: Linking a chancellor’s wife and Labour’s rich donors

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, explains that the highly politicised “non-dom” tax status is not a “loophole”, in the Financial Times.

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Labour’s plan to abolish the ‘non-dom’ taxpayer status – political gameplaying at its most blatant – Miles Dean

In light of the news that a future Labour government would abolish the “non-dom” taxpayer status, Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, explains that the announcement is a blatant example of political opportunism, in The Express.

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How super is the ‘Super-deduction’?

Senior Manager, Musa Sabo, casts a critical eye over the new Super Deduction rules available for ‘new and unused’ Plant and Machinery purchased between 1 April 2021 and 31 March 2023. 

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The Anson problem is not just for individuals

National Technical Director, Andrew Parkes, takes a look at the Anson case through a corporate lens.

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Miles Dean comments on the Chancellor’s green card, in the Scotsman, and Akshata Murty’s decision to pay UK tax on her oversea’s income

Miles Dean, Head of international tax, comments on the recent news re Rishi Sunak holding a green card whilst being Chancellor and his wife, Akshata Murty’s decision to pay UK tax on her oversea’s income.

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