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Holding Companies

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Holding Companies

Hold on, what’s going on?! – Why do we use holding companies?

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Transfer of Going Concern

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Transfer of Going Concern

Transfer of business as a going concern and when you should opt to tax buildings

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Impact of Brexits

This article comments on what the author considers to be the likely impact of Brexit on UK companies. The reader should also seek specialist advice as it is still difficult to predict what the final effect of the changes will be.

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Future Tax Changes

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Finance Bill 2017

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Construction levies

Construction employers are required by law to register and pay these levies. The levies are calculated for each fiscal year i.e. 6th April to 5th April.

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VAT – Property Transfer

Any person involved in dealing with property has to be acutely aware of TOGC regulations.

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Capital Gains Tax Issues: Holdover Relief

Holdover Relief allows you to defer tax till a time when the company eventually disposes of the business assets in the future.

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HMRC Guidelines with regard to Research

A Synopsis of current HMRC Guidelines with regard to Research and Development (R&D) Tax Relief for SMEs

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Intangibles – The big white elephant in the room!

The article discusses the growing importance of intangible assets in the era of globalisation and recent technological advancements.

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Frank-ly it’s a Dodd-le!

The Dodd-Frank Act, enacted in 2010, was President Obama’s response to the earlier decade-long global recession and US housing crisis, fuelled by subprime mortgages.

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