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A New Era For The VAT Taxation Of E-Commerce Ahead: Simplification For Most, Discrimination For Non-EU-Based Traders
The digital economy is growing at a fast pace and policymakers around the globe are trying to adapt to (and adequately capture) new ways of doing trade.
European Union
7 Dec 2016
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Summer Budget 2015 – Yet More Pensions Tax Changes
In this week's Summer Budget, the Chancellor announced a further raft of pensions tax changes, including implementation of the Conservative election manifesto pledge to reduce pensions tax relief for high earners.
UK
10 Jul 2015
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North Sea Oil & Gas Tax Breaks Announced
In the Budget 2015 delivered on Wednesday 18 March 2015, the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne set out several significant tax breaks for the UK oil and gas sector.
UK
23 Mar 2015
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Investment Management Services For DC Pension Schemes: Exempt From VAT
On 13 March 2014, the Court of Justice of the European Union (the "CJEU") released its decision in the "ATP" case, which was about the VAT treatment of investment management services provided to defined contribution ("DC") occupational pension schemes.
UK
27 Mar 2014
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Reminder: Annual Reporting Of Employee Share Awards In UK
Companies that make share-based awards to employees in the UK must file an annual report with the UK tax authority, HM Revenue & Customs.
UK
28 May 2013
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Simplification of Approved Share Schemes
In March 2012, the Office of Tax Simplification made various recommendations to the Government in relation to the simplification of approved (tax-advantaged) employee share schemes.
UK
29 Apr 2013
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State Pension Reform – The End Of Contracting-Out
As part of its reform of the state pension system, the Government has announced that contracting-out will be abolished, probably from 2017.
UK
25 Jan 2013
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Bonus Deferral: Pitfalls For The Unwary
The additional rate of tax, which applies to taxable income above £150,000, has stood at 50% since it was introduced in April 2010.
UK
14 Jan 2013
9
UK Budget 2011 – He Giveth And He Taketh Away
The Chancellor has attempted to deliver a budget which stimulates growth – and which gives the UK the most competitive tax system in the G20 - but which at the same time keeps UK plc on track to reduce the deficit.
UK
28 Mar 2011
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European Commission Proposes Common System For Corporate Income Tax Base Calculation
The European Commission has presented a formal proposal for a common system for calculating the tax base (CCCTB) of businesses operating in the European Union. This is a significant development for a project started 10 years ago.
European Union
22 Mar 2011
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Changes to the Tax Treatment of High Earners
The Government announced its proposals for the tax treatment of high earners on 14 October. Most of the announced changes are more generous to members than the proposals the Government trailed in July.
UK
18 Oct 2010
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Patent Box
The Chancellor, Alistair Darling, announced in the Pre-Budget Report on 9 December 2009 that he plans to introduce a so-called "patent box" which would give a favourable tax treatment to income derived from patents.
UK
8 Mar 2010
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Budget 2009 - Part 1 of 2
With the UK in the midst of a deep recession, and UK business already struggling to deal with the highly prescriptive and compliance heavy UK tax code, the backdrop to this year’s Budget could not have been more daunting for the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
UK
24 Apr 2009
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Budget 2009 - Part 2 of 2
Budget 2009 includes a number of measures which attempt to promote a green and carbon efficient economy.
UK
23 Apr 2009
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