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  • What should I know about transfer pricing?
    4th June 2018

    What should I know about transfer pricing?

    The UK has had transfer pricing legislation since 1915 but the legislation and documentation requirements became considerably more wide reaching and onerous with the introduction of Corporation Tax Self Assessment in 1999.
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  • What are the tax implications of growing your business?
    1st June 2018

    What are the tax implications of growing your business?

    Business tax manager Andrew Scott answers some of the key questions around tax and your business.
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  • Has Making Tax Digital (MTD) finally arrived?
    23rd May 2018

    Has Making Tax Digital (MTD) finally arrived?

    There have been a lot of changes to HM Revenue & Customs’ scheme to make everyone digitally report their tax liabilities since it was first mooted three years ago. Fortunately, in most cases, HMRC have listened to reason and have not introduced it in its most draconian form (yet). But to all intents and purposes, it is here. Making Tax Digital (MTD).
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  • Liquidations – entrepreneurs’ relief should not be assumed
    18th May 2018

    Liquidations – entrepreneurs’ relief should not be assumed

    Liquidation is often seen as the final stage in the lifecycle of a company. It has also been historically seen as an opportunity to extract cash in a tax efficient manner but changes introduced in 2016 which can be overlooked have complicated matters for owner managed businesses.
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  • Should law firms go public?
    18th May 2018

    Should law firms go public?

    Rosenblatt Solicitors floated this month on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM), raising £31.8m, and becoming the fourth UK law firm to go public. Aside from the substantial pay outs to the equity partners what are the benefits and risks of going public?
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