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Remember, remember the upcoming change to national insurance contributions (NICs) on termination payments – as well as the recent change to guidance on post-employment notice pay (PENP).
Wrigleys Solicitors
As previously announced, the threshold at which National Insurance contributions will start to be paid will rise to £9,500.
Edwin Coe LLP
Whilst there were very few surprises in relation to tax, the requirement for a response to Covid-19 could not have been anticipated, as it was not something any of us could have predicted a ...
Withers LLP
To the relief of many taxpayers, the outcome of the December election extinguished the fears of significant increases in levels of taxation originally ...
Littler Mendelson
Well, first of all, the UK is going to get Brexit done! What this will feel like after years of wrangling will remain to be seen.
MJ Hudson
There are few better ways of incentivising staff in the long term than allowing them to participate in their company's share capital on affordable terms.
Edwin Coe LLP
Following yesterday's general election in the UK, the Conservative Party will form the new UK Government, with a significant majority.
Edwin Coe LLP
Businesses that engage contractors who provide their services through personal service companies should be aware of new rules coming into force in April 2020.
With the general election now only one week away, the largest political parties have now launched their manifestos.
Wrigleys Solicitors
We look here at the Conservative Party's key tax pledges in their proposal to 'unleash Britain's potential'
Withers LLP
The last of the major national party election manifestos has been published, with the appearance of the Conservative manifesto on 24 November.
Cooley LLP
Businesses which may be affected should take action now.
Proskauer Rose LLP
The recent case of American Express Services Europe Limited (AESEL) v HMRC is a useful reminder of the well-established two-stage approach to determining the correct recipient of a supply of services for VAT purposes.
Gowling WLG
The existing public sector restrictions and rules on IR35 are being extended to medium and large private sector employers from 6 April 2020.
Withers LLP
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
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Court of Appeal has held that a letter sent by a party to a share purchase agreement did not constitute a notice of a claim under tax covenants in the agreement.
Withers LLP
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.
HMRC has published draft IR35 regulations (to come into effect on 6 April 2020) and a summary of the responses received during the consultation process.
Kirkland & Ellis International LLP
The UK government has published draft legislation to implement two changes particularly relevant for the restructuring and insolvency market.
Withers LLP
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.
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