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UK Immigration Update Feb 2020

Immigration

The UK left the EU on 31 January 2020, though there is a transition period until 31 December 2020.  As a result the UK will...

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OECD developments: CBCR and taxation of digital economy

Corporate & International Tax

The OECD has recently issued a consultation on country by country repo

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OECD report on transfer pricing aspects of financial transactions

Corporate & International Tax

The OECD has announced its long awaited report on the transfer pricing aspects of financial transactions. The

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Employment Allowance changes from April 2020 – will there be changes to the Apprenticeship Levy too?

Employment Tax

The Employment Allowance currently allows certain businesses to reduce their Class 1 Secondary employer National Insurance Contributions (NICs) bill by up to £3,000. As of...

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Myths, practicalities and preparing for the April 2020 changes to off-payroll working – an important update

Employment Tax

With the imminent extension of the Off-Payroll Working (OPW) rules to the private sector from 6 April 2020, our clients are seeking our advice to...

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April 2020 increase in employee’s NI threshold and NMW rates

Employment Tax

Alongside the scheduled UK changes to taxation of contractors (and the IR35 legislation), termination payments and electric cars, there are some more traditional updates to...

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UK immigration update – February 2020

Immigration

MIGRATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE (MAC) – A POINTS BASED SYSTEM AND SALARY THRESHOLDS FOR IMMIGRATION The MAC published its report on Tuesday 28 January 2020 on...

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Corporate capital loss restrictions from 1 April 2020

Corporate & International Tax

This note is a reminder that restrictions on carried forward capital losses realised by companies are being restricted in the UK from 1 April 2020....

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Private sector off payroll working rules – draft legislation and guidance

Employment Tax

In response to the UK review of off-payroll working rules, the Government has announced that the rules will only apply to services undertaken on or...

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