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Nudge, Nudge, Say No More………or should you?

What is the state of play with HMRC’s so called? “nudge letters” As HMRC gathers it’s thoughts on how to narrow the tax gap and recover monies used to assist 

‘Beating’ a path offshore?

Lockdown has seemingly given people a lot of time to think about their financial and tax plans.   Despite the relatively good weather we have had for most of our 

EU Law & UK Tax

EU Law & UK Tax – A ‘High Level’ Analysis Introduction This note is a ‘high level’ analysis of the impact of EU law on the UK tax system and 

What is a Remittance?

What is a remittance? Non-UK domiciled individuals have the ability to claim the remittance basis which means that their overseas income or gains are not subject to UK tax if 

Digital Services Tax

Digital Services Tax Introduction It was back in Autumn Budget 2018 that ex-chancellor Phillip Hammond announced that the UK would take unilateral action to introduce a Digital Services Tax. With 

Tax abuse and insolvency – joint and several liability for tax debts

Tax abuse and insolvency – joint and several liability for tax debts Tax abuse and insolvency – what? Before you choke on your lunch, these new draft provisions forming part 

Profit Fragmentation Rules

Profit Fragmentation Rules Introduction – Profit Fragmentation Rules This has been billed as the new Diverted Profits Tax (“DPT”) for individuals, partners and SMEs. As such, covering the gaps in 

EU Tax Avoidance Directive – DAC6

EU tax avoidance directive – DAC6 – HMRC, Hallmarks, CRS & MDR Background Both the Panama & Paradise Papers have acted as a shot in the arm for those calling 

HMRC Voluntary Disclosure Opportunities – The Facts

Understanding the Current Prompted, Unprompted & Voluntary HMRC Disclosure Opportunities – Tax Help & Advice For many years, HMRC has offered disclosure opportunities, inviting those with undeclared income to come 

Common Reporting Standard

Common Reporting Standard Common reporting standard – introduction The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is an agreement between over 100 jurisdictions to facilitate a universal system of automatic information sharing. In 


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