15 Jul 2022
Letter to the editor: Next UK prime minister must avoid a 70s-style wage-price spiral
Miles Dean explains that the next UK prime minister should cut individual and corporate taxes sooner rather than later, in the Financial Times.
14 Jul 2022
Andersen and Head of Private Clients Julian Nelberg ranked in Chambers HNW 2022
We are delighted to be ranked in Chambers HNW 2022 in the UK Accountants & Tax Advisers category, together with Head of Private Clients, Julian Nelberg, who is also individually ranked.
13 Jul 2022
Zoe Wyatt comments on the High Court granting service by blockchain in New Law Journal
Partner and Head of Crypto, Zoe Wyatt, comments on the High Court granting permission to serve court documents on unknown fraudsters via the transfer of an NFT, in New Law Journal.
12 Jul 2022
Is Direct Taxpayer Access Always a Good Thing? – Andrew Park
Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, examines HMRC’s guidance for individuals making voluntary disclosures of any omissions in their taxes, and explains the potential perils of this approach, in Accountancy Daily.
11 Jul 2022
Andersen welcomes HMRC’s response to the Call for Evidence on the taxation of DeFi in relation to lending and staking
HMRC has issued a Call for Evidence on the taxation of DeFi whilst HM Treasury has also released a consultation response to the regulation approach to cryptoassets.
8 Jul 2022
HMRC investigates customers of Euro Pacific Bank
Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, explains that further to the suspension of the activities of Euro Pacific Bank (“europacbank”) by the Puerto Rico financial regulator, urgent action is needed by many of their customers in Britain and other onshore jurisdictions.
5 Jul 2022
How can HMRC estimate the overall tax gap at 5.1% but profess no idea about the offshore element?
Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, questions how HMRC can estimate the overall tax gap to one decimal point, without knowing the extent of the offshore element, in IFA Magazine.
29 Jun 2022
The UK taxman’s approach to Civil Law foundations – Andrew Park
Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, examines the challenges in evaluating civil law foundations for tax purposes in common law jurisdictions like the UK that do not directly recognise them, in IFC Review.
24 Jun 2022
Andersen LLP shortlisted at the STEP Private Client Awards 2022/23
Andersen LLP shortlisted at the STEP Private Client Awards 2022/23 for Accountancy Team of the Year (large firms).
23 Jun 2022
Income Tax – Basis Period Reform
Anthony Lampard, Director, examines the Finance Act 2022, which is attempting to simplify income tax administration in advance of the commencement of making tax digital, and discusses the practical issues.
21 Jun 2022
Inheritance Tax – Implications for an individual changing their domicile of choice
Director Anthony Lampard examines the tax implications for an individual changing their domicile of choice.
20 Jun 2022
Exchange of Information – MAC the Knife
National Technical Director, Andrew Parkes, examines the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters, the international treaty designed to promote international cooperation between tax authorities.