Press Room: UK Tax

Zoe Wyatt and Laura Knight comment on FTX’s collapse and crypto tax in AAT Comment

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Property, I don’t see a property – Andrew Parkes

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Zoe Wyatt comments on the UK regulatory response to the FTX collapse in Law360

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14 Nov 2022

The new kid on the (OECD) block – Dion Seymour

Crypto & Digital Assets Technical Director, Dion Seymour, explains that in light of the Crypto-Asset Reporting Framework, the world of cryptoassets is becoming smaller and more visible, and hiding wealth is increasingly difficult, in Accountancy Daily.

3 Nov 2022

Group of MPs blurs the distinction between legal avoidance and tax fraud – Andrew Park

In light of a recent report by a group of MPs, Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, explains why legal avoidance and tax fraud are distinct and should be treated as such by the law, in Tax Journal.

3 Nov 2022

Andersen ranked in eprivateclient’s 2022 Top Law Firms

We are pleased to share that we have been recognised in eprivateclient‘s 2022 Top Law Firms. Several factors determine these rankings, including total private client fee income and the number of private client partners. This list recognises the top private wealth firms and departments in the UK.

1 Nov 2022

Andrew Park comments on HMRC arresting eight over fake R&D claims, in Law360

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, comments on the arrests of eight individuals by HMRC for allegedly setting up fake claims under the Research and Development Tax Credits scheme, in Law360.

21 Oct 2022

Dion Seymour comments on the UK becoming the largest crypto economy in Europe, in City A.M.

Dion Seymour comments on how certainty in the crypto regulatory and tax environment caused the UK to become the largest crypto economy in Europe, in City A.M.

20 Oct 2022

The new HMRC approach to suspicious R&D claims – Andrew Park

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, discusses the new HMRC approach to suspicious R&D claims, in IFA Magazine.

19 Oct 2022

Etsy books sales via Ireland: craftiness or tax avoidance? – Miles Dean

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, explains that Etsy’s choice to book UK sales via an Irish company is a legitimate and legal instance of a company paying the right amount of tax in the right jurisdiction, in Taxation.

17 Oct 2022

Andrew Park comments on the impact of home working on HMRC’s performance, in The Times

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, comments on the deleterious impact of the shift to home working on HMRC’s performance, in The Times.

14 Oct 2022

Andrew Park comments on the role of whistleblowers for HMRC in combating fraud, in the FT

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, comments on the vital role that tips from whistleblowers play in enabling HMRC to identify acts of fraud and commence investigations, in the FT.

6 Oct 2022

Julian Nelberg ranked in the 2022 edition of the Spear’s Tax Index

We are delighted to announce that Julian Nelberg has been ranked as ‘Top Recommended’ among accountants and tax advisers in the 2022 edition of the Spear’s Tax Index.

23 Sep 2022

Mini-Budget 2022

Following today’s Mini-Budget, please find below our summary of noteworthy updates for both businesses and individuals.

21 Sep 2022

R&D claims: A fusillade of fraud accusations – Andrew Park

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, discusses recent criticism of HMRC for its aggressive stance in combating tax fraud related to the research and development tax relief scheme, in Accounting Web.

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