Companies planning new employee share options and awards over the coming months must be mindful of the impact of post-referendum market volatility on the value of those packages, an expert has said.
The referendum vote in favour of leaving the EU has "put a question mark over the UK's VAT system," said Darren Mellor-Clark , an indirect tax expert at Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind Out-law.com.
A controversial proposal designed to prevent 'double non-taxation' of certain dividends, capital gains and profits has been dropped from the final form of the EU's planned anti-tax avoidance directive (ATAD).
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- Housing development showhouses not 'dwellings' and so liable for business rates, says Scottish court 14 Jun 2016
- Reform of substantial shareholdings exemption could help investment funds, says Treasury 07 Jun 2016
- Guide: Changes to the international tax system as a result of the 'BEPS' project
- Guide: Land and Buildings Transaction Tax in Scotland
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