R&D relief scheme “must be updated” to minimise uncertainty, industry argues

Corporate Tax R&D relief scheme “must be updated” to minimise uncertainty, industry argues

2m Sam Alberti

R&D relief scheme “must be updated” to minimise un...

Sources say that while the regime is positive, it must reflect the “reality of the 2020s” Read More...

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EU’s new unified corporate tax regime likely derailed by lack of unanimity

Corporate Tax EU’s new unified corporate tax regime likely derailed by lack of unanimity

4m Elizabeth Matsangou

EU’s new unified corporate tax regime likely derai...

The EU’s new unified corporate tax proposal has been rejected by Ireland, likely derailing the EU Commission’s third attempt at reimagining taxation i...

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Industry divided on international tax harmonisation

Corporate Tax Industry divided on international tax harmonisation

4m Alexander Garrett

Industry divided on international tax harmonisatio...

Governments have different priorities for coming to an agreement over globalised taxations, while industry warns of hazards as well as benefits Read M...

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Making the most of what you lost

Budget Making the most of what you lost

5m Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

Making the most of what you lost

The Budget 2021 and Finance Bill introduced new extended loss carry back for businesses, with ATT technical officer Emma Rawson outlining the new rule...

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MTD is coming to corporation tax

Corporate Tax MTD is coming to corporation tax

7m Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

MTD is coming to corporation tax

Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer, outlines what Making Tax Digital (MTD) for corporation tax will mean for companies and their agents in practice Re...

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Brexit deal & the pandemic sink “Singapore-on-Thames” low-tax dream

Brexit Brexit deal & the pandemic sink “Singapore-on-Thames” low-tax dream

8m Richard Asquith, Avalara

Brexit deal & the pandemic sink “Singapore-on-Tham...

By Richard Asquith, VP global indirect tax at Avalara Read More...

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VAT as a business-critical process

Corporate Tax VAT as a business-critical process

1y Matt Lewis

VAT as a business-critical process

Regulatory scrutiny and changing economic conditions have combined to make VAT a business-critical process, says Matt Lewis Read More...

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Multinational tax under consideration hits record high

Corporate Tax Multinational tax under consideration hits record high

1y Shannon Moyer

Multinational tax under consideration hits record ...

Professionals from the Chartered Institute of Taxation and Fitzgerald & Law weigh in on the impact of tax under consideration and the diverted profits...

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CTCs herald new era of control for tax authorities

Corporate Tax CTCs herald new era of control for tax authorities

2y Tom Lemmon

CTCs herald new era of control for tax authorities

Stricter controls on VAT compliance is set to shut down the “colossal” VAT tax gap. Read More...

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2020 Vision: the outlook for Corporation Tax

Corporate Tax 2020 Vision: the outlook for Corporation Tax

2y Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

2020 Vision: the outlook for Corporation Tax

Emma Rawson from the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) looks ahead to the potential key changes for Corporation Tax in 2020. Read More...

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French Digital Service Tax: A model for Brexiters? Part 2

Corporate Tax French Digital Service Tax: A model for Brexiters? Part 2

2y Emmanuelle Deglaire and Marie-Charlotte Alary

French Digital Service Tax: A model for Brexiters?...

Emmanuelle Deglaire, Associate Professor & Member of the Legal EDHEC research centre and Marie-Charlotte Alary, LL.M. EDHEC Business School/EBS Univer...

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French Digital Services Tax: a model for Brexiters? Part 1

Corporate Tax French Digital Services Tax: a model for Brexiters? Part 1

2y Emmanuelle Deglaire and Marie-Charlotte Alary

French Digital Services Tax: a model for Brexiters...

Emmanuelle Deglaire, Associate Professor & Member of the Legal EDHEC research centre and Marie-Charlotte Alary, LL.M. EDHEC Business School/EBS Univer...

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Tax in 2020: A Q&A with Deloitte tax innovation experts - Part 1

Accounting Firms Tax in 2020: A Q&A with Deloitte tax innovation experts - Part 1

2y Chris Jewers

Tax in 2020: A Q&A with Deloitte tax innovation ex...

Accountancy Age spoke with Deloitte tax innovation experts Andy Gold and Chuck Kosal on the topic of Deloitte's tax plans for 2020, innovative tax sol...

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What does the IOF mean for companies?

Corporate Tax What does the IOF mean for companies?

2y Ifty Nasir

What does the IOF mean for companies?

With an election taking place in December, what does the IOF mean for companies and what other options are available? Read More...

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Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 4 – R&D Tax Credits: doing nothing is not an option

Accounting Firms Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 4 – R&D Tax Credits: doing nothing is not an option

2y Austin Clark, Editor

Podcast: Inside Accountancy Episode 4 – R&D Tax Cr...

In our latest podcast we talk to Luke Hamm from GovGrant about the need for the R&D tax credit programme to be kickstarted in the UK in order to drive...

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Media furore over corporate tax targets Netflix

Corporate Tax Media furore over corporate tax targets Netflix

2y Miles Dean

Media furore over corporate tax targets Netflix

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax at Andersen Tax argues that companies like Netflix are unfairly targeted by the media for their tax record, desp...

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Boris Johnson’s tax cut: Would it work?

Brexit Boris Johnson’s tax cut: Would it work?

2y Dave Beach

Boris Johnson’s tax cut: Would it work?

Boris Johnson has proposed to raise the 40p tax from £50,000 to £80,000 in his bid to become the next Tory leader – and the accountancy industry...

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Minimising taxable profits - the way forward for SMEs to reduce corporate tax bills

Corporate Tax Minimising taxable profits - the way forward for SMEs to reduce corporate tax bills

3y Chrissy Chiu

Minimising taxable profits - the way forward for S...

What small businesses need to be aware of in order to avoid onerous corporate tax bills Read More...

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R&D tax relief claims are rising, HMRC report reveals

Corporate Tax R&D tax relief claims are rising, HMRC report reveals

3y Emanuela Hawker, Reporter

R&D tax relief claims are rising, HMRC report ...

There has been a percentage increase in the number of claims made by companies, but more needs to be done Read More...

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Appropriate tax systems – taxation in the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’

Corporate Tax Appropriate tax systems – taxation in the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’

3y Jane Mackay, Crowe

Appropriate tax systems – taxation in the ‘Fourth ...

With proposals for an Amazon tax on the table, how can the UK tax system catch up with the implications of the Fourth Industrial Revolution? Read More...

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Watch out when winding up

Corporate Tax Watch out when winding up

3y Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

Watch out when winding up

The Targeted Anti-Avoidance Rule was introduced to prevent individuals lowering their tax liability by converting what would otherwise be a dividend i...

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How might Brexit affect UK tax policy?

Brexit & Economy How might Brexit affect UK tax policy?

3y Santhie Goundar

How might Brexit affect UK tax policy?

Nearly two years after the UK voted to leave the European Union, it is still not totally clear what impact Brexit will have on Britain. However, one a...

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Corporation tax losses – your newly flexible friends

Corporate Tax Corporation tax losses – your newly flexible friends

4y Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

Corporation tax losses – your newly flexible frien...

What should you consider when it comes to preparing tax accounts and corporation tax returns under the new rules? Read More...

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HMRC large business tax enquiry duration rises to 3 years

Corporate Tax HMRC large business tax enquiry duration rises to 3 years

4y Emma Smith, Managing Editor

HMRC large business tax enquiry duration rises to ...

In 2016-17, the average length of time to settle a tax investigation rose to 34 months, up from 31 months in 2015-16. The tax authority has also incre...

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SMEs paying higher rate of corporation tax than big businesses

Corporate Tax SMEs paying higher rate of corporation tax than big businesses

4y Alia Shoaib, Reporter

SMEs paying higher rate of corporation tax than bi...

Moore Stephens calls upon the government to consider re-introducing a corporation tax discount for the SME sector Read More...

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Big names, little tax: Airbnb, Facebook, Kellogg’s, eBay

Corporate Tax Big names, little tax: Airbnb, Facebook, Kellogg’s, eBay

4y Alia Shoaib, Reporter

Big names, little tax: Airbnb, Facebook, Kellogg’s...

Global corporations are under increasing scrutiny over how much corporation tax they pay. So who are the latest big names hitting the headlines over t...

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New trading allowance: simplicity, but not as we know it

Administration New trading allowance: simplicity, but not as we know it

4y Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer

New trading allowance: simplicity, but not as we k...

Although the concept of a £1,000 tax-free allowance sounds very simple, there are a number of complexities of which taxpayers and advisers need to be ...

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