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Congress Passes Inflation Reduction Act and Sends to President Biden for Enactment

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Why HMRC can’t estimate the offshore tax gap – Andrew Park

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Zoe Wyatt comments on the High Court granting service via NFT in The Sunday Telegraph

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19 Jul 2022

The world of NFTs: a tax perspective – Zoe Wyatt and Laura Knight

Partner and Head of Crypto, Zoe Wyatt, and International and Crypto Tax Director, Laura Knight, discuss the UK government’s approach to regulating and taxing NFTs, in IFA Magazine.

18 Jul 2022

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

Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, comments on HMRC’s announcement that it will publish estimates of the tax evaded by UK residents holding money offshore, in Law360 and London Loves Business.

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.

14 Jul 2022

The world of NFTs: a tax perspective – Zoe Wyatt

Partner and Head of Crypto, Zoe Wyatt, discusses the UK’s regulatory approach to NFTs, along with their tax implications, in Accountancy Daily.

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

Andersen bolsters private client tax practice with new partner

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Partner Keith Meyer, who joins our Private Client tax group.

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. 

30 Jun 2022

Miles Dean comments on Etsy’s UK corporation tax in Tax Journal

Partner and Head of International Tax, Miles Dean, comments on Etsy having paid £128,000 in UK corporation tax in 2020 due to the majority of its sales being booked via an Irish company, in Tax Journal.

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