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Vincent Kompany's Testimonial Match And The Changing Tax Position
Today on 11 September 2019, Manchester City will be hosting a testimonial match for retiring captain, Vincent Kompany. After 11 years with the club and with four Premier league titles
UK
13 Sep 2019
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The UK Trust Register – Do You Need To Register?
The requirement to register a UK resident trust or a non UK resident trust that owns UK assets or has UK source income has been in place since January 2018.
UK
2 Aug 2019
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What Is IR35?
The IR35 legislation was brought in to force to tackle loss of tax revenues from individuals supplying their services through an intermediary, usually a PSC.
UK
25 Jul 2019
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Are You Responsible For Your Contractors' Income Tax And NICs?
On both sides of the Atlantic, government authorities have been engaged in a crack-down on what they view as the ‘mislabelling' of employees as contractors.
UK
14 Mar 2019
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UK Budget Analysis
As anticipated today's Budget announcement contained little of great surprise.
UK
17 Mar 2017
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HMRC EBT Settlement Opportunity
Following the introduction of the disguised remuneration rules in 2011, HMRC promised to vigorously pursue existing employee benefit trusts on the basis of its long held view that income tax and National Insurance Contributions should have been paid when funds were allocated to an EBT.
UK
26 Nov 2013
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Welcome Certainty - A Statutory Definition Of Tax Residence In The UK
"…the residence rules are vague, complicated and perceived to be subjective
UK
27 Jun 2011
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HMRC and the Code
Any firm that must apply the revised FSA Remuneration Code (and indeed, any firm which, while entitled to disapply Code rules, nevertheless chooses to implement some or all of them) will need to think carefully how to implement the provisions relating to the deferral of variable remuneration and the satisfaction of variable remuneration in shares or share-like instruments.
UK
16 Jan 2011
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Budget 2009 – Personal Tax Highlights
In a Budget delivered against a backdrop of public borrowing which is set to be 12% of GDP for the current year, the stakes were raised with the introduction of a new 50% additional income tax rate for those with income of £150,000 or more, effective from 6 April 2010.
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23 Apr 2009
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