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Lords rule out transferring responsibility for compliance with IR35 service company tax rules to end user

Responsibility for compliance with complex legislation designed to prevent the use of personal service companies as a means of avoiding income tax and national insurance contributions (NICs) should not be transferred from contractors to the end users of their... 10 Apr 2014

Delay changes to tax status of LLP partners until 2015, says House of Lords Committee

New rules governing how members of limited liability partnerships (LLPs) are taxed should be delayed until 2015 so that firms have sufficient time to adapt to the changes, a House of Lords committee has said. 12 Mar 2014

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UK partnerships with 'salaried members' face uncertainty until new guidance confirmed by legislation, says expert

UK limited liability partnerships (LLPs) that will be caught by new rules governing the taxation of partners from April will not be certain of how they are affected until the legislation governing the changes is confirmed, an expert has said. 27 Feb 2014

Industry could face more tax demands if new report’s advice followed

Companies in the natural resources, telecoms, banking and construction industries could face increased tax demands from African countries if governments follow advice on taxation contained in a report by Christian Aid and Tax Justice Network-Africa (TJN-A).... 25 Feb 2014

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We advise clients across diverse sectors on a wide variety of employment tax issues, and have a co-ordinated team of lawyers across our UK offices with responsibility for broadening and strengthening our employment tax offering.

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