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.
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.
24 Aug 2020
Andersen in the UK finalists for the STEP Private Client Awards, Accountancy Team of the Year (midsize firm)
Andersen in the UK finalists for the STEP Private Client Awards, Accountancy Team of the Year (midsize firm).
17 Aug 2020
Dutch plan to tax departing multinationals gains momentum
Andrew Parkes, National Technical Director, comments in relation to the news that a Dutch law that would hit multinationals leaving the Netherlands with billions in exit taxes is gaining political support.
10 Aug 2020
HMRC investigations into footballers treble
Andrew Parkes, National Technical Director, comments in relation to the news that HMRC investigations into footballers have almost trebled in the last year.
10 Aug 2020
Overseas workday relief for employees
Luke Jenkinson, discusses the different ways individuals can obtain relief for income relating to services performed outside of the UK, commonly referred to as Overseas Workday Relief (OWR), in Accountancy Today.
7 Aug 2020
Andersen UK 2020 internship programme
We are currently accepting applications for internship placements in the Private Client team at our London office, which advises clients on a range of UK and US tax issues.
6 Aug 2020
Amazon hikes UK seller fees in response to digital services tax
Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, comments in Accountancy Daily in relation to the news that Amazon has been accused of “opting out” of fair taxes after passing on a levy on tech giants to small businesses.
5 Aug 2020
HSBC Suit Shows Challenge Of Designing Tax Relief Laws
Andrew Parkes, National Technical Director, discusses the recent HSBC suit regarding failed tax schemes and the challenges that arise from designing tax relief laws, in Law360.
4 Aug 2020
Offshore income and the long arm of HMRC…
In this article we provide an overview of the additional information now readily available to HMRC regarding offshore income assets, the penalty regime applicable to individuals who have failed to properly report their income, and how such failure can be remediated.
3 Aug 2020
Overseas workday relief – fund manager carried interest
This article is the final in a series of three in which we discuss the different ways individuals can obtain relief for income relating to services performed outside of the UK, commonly referred to as Overseas Workday Relief (OWR). This article explores OWR in the context of fund manager carried interest.
31 Jul 2020
The Study: A Reply
Arun Advani, Assistant Professor of Economics, Warwick and Andy Summers, Assistant Professor of Law, LSE, respond to our previous commentary regarding their research on the effective average tax rate paid by individuals receiving approximately £100,000 in income and/or gains.