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HMRC is introducing new registration and self-certification requirements for both new and existing share plans effective from 6 April 2014.
A winding-up petition founded on a tax assessment, which is the subject of an appeal to the Tax Tribunal, should be dismissed or stayed pending the appeal.
The biggest surprises in the chancellor’s budget statement on 19 March 2014 related to pensions.
Following the 2014 Budget, Taylor Wessing has set out a summary of some of the main announcements.
Following the release of the Autumn Statement, Taylor Wessing has summarised some of the main announcements.
On 25 September 2013, the French government released the key measures of the draft Finance Bill for 2014 that would have a notable impact on French companies.
HMRC launched a consultation in June 2013 on modernising the taxation of corporate debt and derivative contracts.
As from 1 September 2013, companies are now able to enter into employee shareholder agreements with employees.
On 17 July 2013, the UK introduced a new general anti-abuse rule (GAAR).
The French Parliament intends to strengthen the transfer pricing documentation requirements.
On 21 August 2013, the French Ministry of Finance updated the so-called ‘black list’ for 2013 (the list of non-co-operative countries or territories).
On 25 September 2013, the French government released the key measures of the draft Finance Bill for 2014 that would notably affect French companies.
Taylor Wessing has set out a summary of some of the main announcements of the 2013 Budget.
The draft Finance Bill published last week includes a number of provisions and changes in respect of the taxation of residential properties valued over £2 million (so called “high value” residential properties) which are acquired and owned by companies and certain other nonnatural persons.
Following the consultation process carried out over the summer months, the Government has confirmed that new tax reliefs for the creative sector – intended to be “the most generous available in the world” - are due to be introduced as part of the Finance Act 2013.
From 6 April 2012, the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) was introduced enabling certain individual investors to benefit from generous tax reliefs for investing into start up companies.
The UK Government has been keen to improve the UK’s competitiveness in the high-tech arena. This was largely motivated by a string of departures of UK headquartered multinationals from the UK.