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The implications of the High Court ruling on private companies with a sole Director

The implications of the ruling in the recent High Court case on private companies with a sole director

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The implications of the ruling in the recent High Court case on private companies with a sole director 11 August 2022

The implications of the High Court ruling on private companies with a sole Director

A High Court ruling has determined that private limited companies operating under the Model Articles must have a minimum of two Directors.

How the reforms to R&D tax relief may affect you 09 August 2022

Spotlight on… How the reforms to R&D tax relief may affect you

In this edition, Corporate Tax Partner Neil Insull looks at R&D tax relief and the significance of potential changes for those who outsource R&D work

Customs Duty receipts up by 50% in the last year 05 August 2022

Customs Duty receipts up by 50% in the last year

Could this extra revenue be regarded as a potential way to fund a tax cut for the new Government?

Tax alert – new TP Documentation Requirements in UK 02 August 2022

Tax Alert – New transfer pricing documentation requirements in UK

Andy Briggs explores the new legislation and what is required of the businesses that are affected

02 August 2022

Update – Register of ‘Overseas Entities’ that own UK land now launched

The Register of Overseas Entities was launched on 1 August 2022 with registration needing to be completed by 31 January 2023.

Divorcing couples given tax leeway by Office of Tax simplification 02 August 2022

Divorcing couples given tax leeway by Office of Tax Simplification

Divorcing couples will now have three years to pass assets to each other on a no gain/no loss basis, instead of the end of the tax year of separation.

June Tax Receipts up £90.5 billion on last year 26 July 2022

June Tax Receipts up £90.5 billion on last year

Total tax receipts remain very strong and are up by £90.5 billion. But what are the possible reasons for the increase?

New VAT policy on non-business activities 19 July 2022

New VAT policy on non-business activities

HMRC have announced a new two-stage test in published guidance and their updated guidance manuals

15 July 2022

A “fiscally responsible” PM may be best for the UK in the long term

When a new Prime Minister is in place, the reality is likely to be very different to the euphoria surrounding the current leadership contest.

11 July 2022

PM and Chancellor may call emergency Budget before the parliamentary recess

Nimesh Shah, Heather Self and Robert Salter give their thoughts on what might happen next

06 July 2022

We have a new Chancellor – so what will Nadhim Zahawi and the Prime Minister want to do?

We have a new Chancellor - so what will Nadhim Zahawi and the Prime Minister want to do?

04 July 2022

Life, the universe and taxation. Reflections on my retirement

Heather Self marks her retirement by contributing to this special edition of Tax Journal alongside a number of the Women in Tax team.