Press Room: Individuals

Crypto and Blockchain – Tax considerations of founder, shareholder, adviser and employee tokens

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US Treasury Issues Green Book Providing Additional Details Regarding the Biden Administration’s Tax Plans

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President Biden Proposes Tax Increases for Wealthy Individuals and Greater Funding for IRS Enforcement

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25 Mar 2021

Doing Business in the UK after Brexit

Sarah Shears, Head of VAT and Miles Dean, Head of International Tax will today be speaking in a webinar discussing new rules for doing business in a post-Brexit UK.

4 Dec 2020

Private Client Case Review: Henkes v HMRC [2020] UKFTT 159 (TC)

Head of International Tax, Miles Dean, and National Technical Director, Andrew Parkes examine the issue highlighted in Henkes v HMRC and what this means for residents of the UK who have not yet become deemed domiciled.

4 Dec 2020

Deemed Domicile in the UK

The Private Client team discuss the HMRC’s recent increase in “nudge” letters to affected individuals and their focus on people who are “deemed domiciled in the UK”.

2 Dec 2020

The UK: Blackrock Holdco 5 LLC v HMRC: Unallowable Purpose and Transfer Pricing

Head of International Tax, Miles Dean, and Partner, Zoe Wyatt consider the case of Blackrock and its far-reaching impact on corporate transactions and the concept of unallowable purposes.

12 Nov 2020

Aligning CGT with income tax would be a mistake, warns Andersen’s tax head

Miles Dean is interviewed by City A.M. in relation to The Office of  Tax Simplification’s proposal to align capital gains tax with income tax.

12 Nov 2020

Investors on ‘high alert’ as OTS proposals could triple population subject to CGT

Miles Dean comments in relation to the publication of The Office of Tax Simplification’s report into capital gains tax, in Investment Week.

12 Nov 2020

Brexit: Last Minute Call – Webinar

Sarah Shears, Head of VAT, is co-hosting a webinar on the implications of Brexit on VAT along with the VAT partners from Poland and Spain.

8 Oct 2020

Explained: Overseas Work Relief and carried interest

Julian Nelberg, Head of Private Clients, discusses carried interest and when OWR can be utilised in order to exempt a portion or even all of non-UK earnings, in Accountancy Today. 

21 Sep 2020

One minute with… Andrew Parkes

Andrew Parkes, National Technical Director, talks to Tax Journal about his career and tax issues.

9 Sep 2020

Jet set and taxable benefits

In this article we explore the UK tax issues arising when senior executives and family members are allowed private use of a corporate jet.

28 Aug 2020

California Dreaming (or Nightmare?)

It is no secret that California tax rates can be brutal, with the top rate reaching 13.3% on all income (including capital gains), so it is important for individuals to understand the scenarios in which they will become liable to California taxes, and how not to get caught out and inadvertently subject to tax.

26 Aug 2020

2% Stamp Duty Land Tax surcharge for non-residents

From April 2021, the government intends to impose a 2% surcharge on non-resident individuals purchasing residential property in England and Northern Ireland. In this article, we will explore when the 2% surcharge applies, who it applies to and what property is caught under the rules.

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