First exchange of large multinationals' country-by-country reports to begin at end of June
At the end of June 2018, Switzerland's Federal Tax Administration (FTA) will for the first time send multinational groups' country-by-country reports ...
UK taxpayers who fail to disclose offshore gains will face imprisonment, Blick Rothenberg warns
UK taxpayers who fail to disclose offshore income or gains, either by failing to notify HMRC of their chargeability to UK ...
New Panama Papers leak shows chaos at Mossack Fonseca over unidentified clients
HMRC appoints interim general counsel
HMRC has appointed an interim general counsel and solicitor
Russian federal tax service further tightens beneficial ownership requirements
The Russian Federal Tax Service has recently issued its new guidance summarizing Russian court practice on applying the Russian beneficial ownership ...
Solicitors Regulation Authority announces details of regulatory reforms
The UK's Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has finalised a package of reforms designed to provide solicitors and law firms with greater ...
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 ...
EY survey finds almost 40 percent of wealth and asset management firms plan Brexit relocation
The impact of Brexit on the wealth management sector has been hotly debated ever since the referendum result. One key question ...
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)
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 ...