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Miles Dean comments on the impacts of Labour’s tax plans for non-doms in The Guardian and Tax Journal.

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Zoe Wyatt to speak on Rosenblatt’s Breakfast Roundtable: Structuring for Token Issuance

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Miles Dean comments on Labour’s plans to crack down on non-doms in the Financial Times

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14 Jul 2020

Group of 83 super-rich individuals call for wealth tax

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, comments in Citywire Wealth Manager in relation to news that a group of wealthy individuals have published a letter calling for a wealth tax to fund Covid-19 recovery.

9 Jul 2020

Temporary UK VAT rate cut in hospitality and leisure sector from 20% to 5%

In the Chancellor’s summer statement of 8 July 2020, it was announced that the VAT rate applied to certain supplies in the hospitality and leisure sector will be reduced from 20% to 5%

7 Jul 2020

Opinion: Don’t bar Branson from bailouts

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, discusses the recent calls from individuals to make companies ineligible for bailouts if they are registered in a tax haven, in Accountancy Daily.

26 Jun 2020

Covid-19 – reminder to reinstate VAT direct debits

As a result of the Covid-19 outbreak, UK VAT registered businesses were able to defer VAT payments due between 20 March 2020 and 30 June 2020 to help manage cash flow. These business will now need to reinstate their VAT direct debits to avoid penalties.

25 Jun 2020

The UK trusts register – changes ahead

In this article we provide an overview of changes to the UK trust register, which significantly widens the ambit of the reporting requirements for both UK and many non-UK trusts with UK connections.

23 Jun 2020

Do the wealthy pay less UK tax than official headline rates?

Andrew Parkes comments on a FT report on a study by LSE/Warwick suggesting that wealthy Britons pay much less tax on earnings than official headline rates due to discrepancies in the system, amounting to £20bn in lost revenue to the exchequer.

22 Jun 2020

VAT – postponement of reverse charge on construction services

The introduction of the domestic reverse VAT charge for construction services has been postponed from 1 October 2020 to 1 March 2021. This will affect you if you supply or receive specific services that are reported under the Construction Industry Scheme.

19 Jun 2020

IRS announces plan to increase audits of wealthy individuals

The IRS is getting ready to examine hundreds of high net worth individual tax returns, as soon as the current moratorium on investigations expires on 15 July.

18 Jun 2020

Refresher on UK taxation of fund managers

In recent years, HMRC have become concerned that some individuals working for asset management businesses were not paying sufficient (or in some cases any) taxes on their remuneration, namely investment management fees, carried interest and performance fees.

18 Jun 2020

Brexit – consequences for UK-EU imports and exports

On Friday 12 June, the UK Government notified the EU that the UK will neither request nor will accept an extension to the current Brexit transition phase past 31 December 2020. This article provides an overview of the resulting customs implications for UK/EU imports and exports.

14 Jun 2020

Pre-move planning for individuals considering moving to the UK

Individuals moving to the UK should have a basic understanding of the UK tax system before they move, and consider pre-arrival planning to optimise their tax and avoid adverse consequences. The issues are especially important for Americans, who remain subject to US taxes and are therefore at risk of double taxation.

11 Jun 2020

COVID 19: tax relief provisions for individuals and businesses – highlights of the key items

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress enacted massive relief packages – The Families First Coronavirus Response Act and the CARES Act – that provide significant tax relief to both individuals and businesses.  Andersen USA have prepared charts that summarise the significant provisions for our clients.

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