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Almost a year has passed since an independent review of the disguised remuneration loan charge was carried out by Sir Amyas Morse. The review set out clearer guidelines as to how HMRC should deal with loan charges and disguised remuneration. However, many businesses and owners are still confused as to what they need to do in order to resolve the issues of disguised remuneration.

Invest or divest: will 2021 be a big year for deals?

Whilst the business world has been hit by a series of extraordinary challenges, deals in the mergers and acquisitions (M&A) market have indeed continued to take place. There have been plenty of acquisitive opportunities; utilised either via offensive or defensive strategies which have led to the enhancement or protection of company positioning. As we turn […]

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Guests on Quantuma’s latest ‘Building financial fortitude’ webinar recently discussed prospects for the UK economy in 2021 revealing that it will be the best-prepared companies that would thrive as the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic persists.

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