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Additional tax take per £1 spent on investigatory work by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has fallen over the past year, in a sign that it was moving on to tougher and more complex cases, an expert has said. 28 Jun 2017
The names of the ultimate owners and controllers of Scottish limited partnerships must now be registered with Companies House, in the same way as the owners and controllers of other UK corporate structures. 27 Jun 2017
This guide was last updated in May 2017.
This guide was updated in May 2017
The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is a way for countries to automatically exchange tax information that has been developed by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
With a top rate of corporate income tax (CIT) in France of 38%, it is very important for groups of companies operating in France to adopt structures which ensure that losses arising in the group can be offset. This guide considers the ways to achieve this....
Non-UK companies sometimes want to maintain status as non-resident companies for UK tax purposes, which involves adhering to the UK's rules on corporate residence.
This guide was updated in May 2017.
Investment by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) into its specialist fraud investigation unit increased by 10% last year, ahead of the introduction of the new corporate criminal offence of failure to prevent tax evasion. 27 Jun 2017
The European Commission has proposed rules that would force lawyers, consultants, tax advisers and banks to disclose plans that help companies and individuals to avoid taxes. 22 Jun 2017
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