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International Tax

The international tax landscape has never been more complicated, making it increasingly difficult for multinational organisations to comply with complex regulations.

Understanding your international tax needs

Blick Rothenberg’s international tax team can advise you on design of your international tax strategy and on cross-border transactions.

We help you align your international tax planning with your business strategies and that of the changing tax landscape.

Our people, your partners

We take pride in offering a service that is partner-led, which means you benefit from commercial, pragmatic advice.  

Drawing on our membership of Allinial Global, an association of over 240 leading accounting and business advisory firms based in 80+ countries worldwide, we will provide a combined global solution, coordinated from London.

How we can help

We can help with the following areas:

We are proud to have been named as the Best International Tax Team in the Tolley’s Taxation awards 2020, you can read more here.

We provide advice on cross-border tax matters and help you navigate the increasingly complex global tax landscape.

Case studies

Saving over £1 million in employer National Insurance contributions in relation to a client’s exercise of shares by their German-based CEO

Advising a fast-growth start-up of the UK and international Income Tax, capital gains and withholding treatment of shares in a pre-IPO private company

We supported various senior executives who moved to the UK during the pandemic to start new CEO roles

Insights

14 December 2021

UK transfer pricing documentation requirements

Andy Briggs provides an update following the recent HMRC consultation on UK transfer pricing documentation requirements.

06 December 2021

2021 year-end tax planning: 7 top tips

We look at some of the tax planning opportunities available to Americans based in the UK, together with some key dates for your diaries.

03 December 2021

Less than a month for EU businesses to claim UK VAT on costs incurred between 1 January 2021 and 30 June 2021

The following update from our International Outsourced Accounting team is relevant for EU-registered businesses who may have incurred UK VAT.