Press Room: Individuals

Andrew Park comments on HMRC’s plans to publish estimates of offshore tax evasion

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Letter to the editor: Next UK prime minister must avoid a 70s-style wage-price spiral

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Andersen and Head of Private Clients Julian Nelberg ranked in Chambers HNW 2022

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16 Jun 2022

Into the Lion’s Mouth – Andrew Park

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, evaluates HMRC’s guidance for individuals making disclosures of any omissions in their taxes, and explains the implications of these guidelines, in Taxation.

14 Jun 2022

Professional Negligence Decision in Favour of A Thornhill QC

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, examines the professional negligence decision in favour of A Thornhill QC.

6 Jun 2022

Miles Dean comments on inflation’s impact on individuals’ tax in The Times

Partner and Head of International Tax, Miles Dean, comments on spiking inflation pushing more high-income earners into a higher tax bracket, in The Times.

31 May 2022

Why the UK isn’t really losing £19.2bn a year to offshore tax abuse – Andrew Park

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, explains that the UK has some of the most sophisticated anti-tax avoidance measures in the world, in Accountancy Daily.

19 May 2022

“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.

9 May 2022

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.

29 Apr 2022

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.

26 Apr 2022

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.

8 Apr 2022

Miles Dean comments on the Chancellor’s wife’s ‘non-dom’ status in the Daily Mail, the Evening Standard and the Independent

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, comments on the Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s wife’s non-domicile status, in the Daily Mail, the Evening Standard and the Independent.

1 Apr 2022

HMRC’s Seizure of Crypto Assets Likely the First of Many – Andrew Park

In light of the news that HMRC has seized NFTs from people under investigation for VAT fraud, Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, explains that wilfully uncooperative taxpayers with undisclosed crypto investments face a “rude awakening”, in Solicitors Journal.

31 Mar 2022

A Landmark UK Enforcement Case For Crypto-Assets – Andrew Park

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, discusses HMRC’s announcement that is has seized three NFTs from people suspected of organised tax evasion, in Law360.

29 Mar 2022

FOI request reveals the number of offshore “nudge” letters issued by HMRC to date – Andrew Park

Andrew Park, Tax Investigations Partner, comments on the number of ‘nudge’ letters for offshore income or gains shooting up to nearly 177,000, in City A.M.