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In this article, I ask my VAT colleague, Mitchell Piper, for his views on how businesses can keep up to

September 24, 2020
digital services tax

Cost-pass-through is a well-established economic theory. It describes what happens when a business changes the price of the products or

September 21, 2020
Mansion Tax To Be A Key Election Issue

Two years ago, the director of the Office for Budget Responsibility wrote the following: “Broadly speaking, the fiscal position is

July 28, 2020
Sterling Rates To Fluctuate During Brexit Negotiations

The lockdown shone a spotlight onto a two-speed, two-nation Britain, where better-paid white-collar professionals worked from home, while less well-off

July 27, 2020
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In light of this week’s Millionaires for Humanity letter, is there any point in members of the wealthy elite calling

July 14, 2020
General Views Of Government Ministries Before The Budget

In a crisis which has shaken so many aspects of our lives, it can be hard to get some issues

July 10, 2020
The Square Mile - London's Financial District

Tens of thousands of London companies are believed to be mutinying against the taxman by refusing to pay business rates

June 29, 2020
coronavirus

In last month’s Budget, chancellor Rishi Sunak declared that the Treasury would raise an additional £4.7bn over five years by

April 2, 2020
LBC’s Nick Ferrari has urged businesses to start bringing their employees back to the office, saying that companies “need a reality check”.

Tax runs through the heart of every business process and so must be central to discussions around moving to a

March 30, 2020
Many people are temporary stuck in the UK because of the coronavirus

Covid-19 is impacting everybody in one way or another, including those who were not expecting to be UK tax residents

March 26, 2020
The chancellor Rishi Sunak today said the UK banking and finance industry has provided almost £15bn to almost 304,000 businesses through three government-backed coronavirus loan schemes

Do the chancellor’s reforms to entrepreneurs’ relief strike the right balance for founders? YES, says Mike Cherry, national chairman at

March 13, 2020
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak today confirmed the introduction of a digital services tax as the government looks to ensure tech giants

March 11, 2020

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