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Our tax team provides detailed and in-depth advice in relation to all matters that affect the life of a corporate: reconstructions and reorganisation; exit strategies; fund raising; share option schemes and management incentivisation; mergers and acquisitions; investment; succession in family businesses and the like.
We provide this service to a diverse range of clients. From large international groups of companies seeking to involve us in their corporate activity to ensure visibility on tax to family owned companies looking to expand or simply take care of succession matters in the business. Our clients carry on business in sectors such as retail; film; manufacturing; leisure; education; health care and property.
We also provide advice on employee remuneration, benefits, termination and settlement agreements and working with consultants. Our work in this area spans a client base both in the private and public sector and we regularly advise these clients on the off-payroll working rules and its impact on their businesses.
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Following consultation over the summer, the Chancellor has announced the extension of the IR35 off-payroll rules to the private sector.
Chancellor Hammond has made a pre-emptive move in order to impose a tax on the UK generated revenues of tech giants, explains legal director Cathy Bryant.
Further to our blog post on the 6th April 2018, we can now confirm that the EU has granted approval for the EMI scheme to continue under the state aid rules.
Investors' Relief has languished below the radar for the last 3 years, but 6 April 2019 is the date from which the earliest qualifying periods for holding shares which may be eligible for Investors Relief, come to an end.
With just on a month to go until the one-off tax charge on disguised remuneration loans comes into effect, there is no sign that HMRC is backing off introducing the measure, or that the concern is going to be effective in stopping this implementation.
In our previous post on this subject following the Autumn 2018 Budget, we considered the changes to the qualification criteria which must be met and update this now.
Are you using the new mandatory calculation when establishing what part of a termination payment is taxable? Six months on, are there still areas that you, your managers or your payroll colleagues find confusing? We guide you through some common issues.
April 2017 sees the implementation of many significant changes including the gender pay reporting requirements, the apprenticeship levy and off-payroll working in the public sector.
We discuss the recent consultation to consider some of the areas within the partnership rules which HMRC consider are being used for tax avoidance.