Companies have long complained that the tax policy being pursued by the
current government was making the UK a less attractive place to have the
headquarters of a multinational business. Recent proposals over the taxation of
foreign profits finally seems to have tipped some of those critics over the edge
and into action.
Several big names have already stated their intentions to hop across the
Irish Sea and settle in Ireland, where corporate tax rates are much lower, and
many others are considering following suit. Will the government continue with
its aggressive strategy and risk a tax exodus or will it back down?
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Lord Howard Leigh of Hurley discusses the government’s initiatives to mitigate tax avoidance and evasion
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The demand for tax advisory services remains high and this looks to continue; but fee pressure is expected in relation to compliance services as the “Making Tax Digital” initiative is rolled out,
While some resistance to change is to be expected, the degree of controversy surrounding HMRC's Making Tax Digital proposals has surprised the government
Kevin Reed discusses the worrying findings from HMRC on micro-businesses' problems handling Real-Time Information, and the latest thoughts on how accountants can provide value-added services