Whilst it may be part of a planned strategy to expand into another country as part of a company’s overall growth aspirations, it is vital to de-risk that decision as much as possible to increase the likelihood of a successful expansion. Here are some of the key issues to consider.
Unincorporated businesses could see significant changes to the way they are taxed following the launch of a basis period reform consultation by the Government.
Yesterday, a new NHS Levy of 1.25% payable by employees and employers was announced by Parliament and is due to be approved today. Whilst it seems to be be similar to National Insurance, there are some significant differences.
This blog explains the position and provides some guidance for employers.
We’ve written a short article which explains more about the things employers need to consider as government restrictions are eased.
James McDonald reports on the Personal Tax highlights from the UK's first "Tax Day" on 23 March 2021
According to PwC 24th Annual CEO Survey survey, post-Brexit UK is an increasingly promising growth opportunity for global CEOs. Key findings include...
Tax After Coronavirus, a report by the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee, was launched on 1 March 2021, a couple of days before the Budget speech. This report was described by the President of the Chartered Institute of Taxation as being one of the most substantial reports on tax reform in a generation.
The postponed IR35 legislation implementation is coming into effect from 6 April 2021. To help businesses reassess their position, we've created this blog (and free guide to download) to explain the rules and evaluate the key determining factors.
To help you understand how the UK's VAT rules have changed since 1st Jan 2021, in this 2nd guide of our Beyond Brexit series, we're tackling VAT Changes.
We are deeply concerned about the plight of the smaller businesses across the UK during COVID-19 and are working ‘behind the scenes’ to try and influence the government to look at introducing more support for SMEs.
To help you navigate the new trading landscape we will be putting together a series of updates tackling the key changes, the first of which focuses on VAT & Customs.
You insure your property and have contracts with suppliers and customers for the sale and purchase of goods, but what are you doing to protect your ideas, services and products?
After the Brexit transition period ends on 31 December 2020, the EU GDPR will no longer be law in the UK. However, as the UK government intends to write the GDPR into UK law, from all practical perspectives, GDPR will continue to apply.