A one percent rise in income tax could pay NHS budget increase, Blick Rothenberg says
A one percent increase on income tax and national insurance could pay for the 3.4 percent increase to the NHS budget ...
Latest UK tax gap figures result in £71 billion for UK public services
The UK tax gap for 2016/17 stands at 5.7 percent, HMRC confirmed last week (15/06/2018)
The week on eprivateclient: Inaugural Channel Islands Top 35 Under 35 revealed
A summary of the top stories featured on eprivateclient this week
IHT rules 'must be simplified' in order to close the gap
Complex rules around inheritance tax (IHT) must be "simplified" in order to close the gap, according to law firm Collyer Bristow, ...
Where spooked Mid and Far-East wealth is seeking a bomb-proof new home
Much of Jersey's new business in private wealth management nowadays is coming from the Middle East and the Far East, ...
40 percent of HNW individuals would consider leaving the UK if taxes increase, research finds
Almost three in four (73 percent) high net worth individuals (HNWIs) think taxes will increase in the next 12 months, with ...
British Overseas Territories in London for talks over public registers
British Overseas Territories leaders have been in London this week for talks over the UK's imposition of public registers of shared ...
Internal Revenue Service offers relief to US individuals subject to new 'transition tax'
The IRS has added a special relief for individuals who will owe less than $1 million under its controversial 'transition tax' ...
Think-tank paper seeks to 're-frame positive role of IFCs' in facilitating global investment
Promotional body Jersey Finance has welcomed the publication of a new discussion paper by a UK think-tank which seeks to dispel ...
Accountancy firm calls for rate relief for businesses affected by UK rail disruption
The UK Government should compensate businesses that have lost customers and earnings due to severe disruption on British railways, accounting, tax ...