New legislation applies for accounting periods that begin on or after 31 December this year. So what are the important considerations and reporting requirements?
Pillar 2: less than 6 months until new global minimum tax rules
New EU social security legislation applies from 1 July, but the UK hasn’t signed up. What does this mean for UK companies after COVID?
International social security rules: where does the UK stand following the new EU framework agreement?
Discover how to comply with tax disclosure requirements and qualify for environmental tax incentives that promote ESG.
ESG and tax: what you need to know
We are delighted to have supported RegTech Open Project plc (RTOP) on their admission to the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange
RegTech Open Project plc
In this article, Mark Ling, Head of Capital Markets, explores how the market is reacting to sustainable investing.
Sustainability – a burning issue for the coming year
We are delighted to have supported Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc on the publication of their Prospectus and successful Placing.
Predator Oil & Gas Holdings Plc
We are delighted to have supported Metals One Plc on its admission to trading on AIM.
Metals One Plc
Welcome to the August 2023 edition of TaxTalk
TaxTalk – August 2023
Sport stars and performers are under intense pressure to justify their performance fee or win competition prize money to avoid getting on the wrong side of the HMRC. Phil Clayton explains.
UK tax liability for offshore sports stars and entertainers
This year’s Spring Budget brought in a raft of changes to pension tax in favour of the taxpayer. We break down what you need to know.
Pension tax changes: how to take advantage
The Conservative Party are weighing up the option to do away with Inheritance Tax (IHT) before the next general election. But PKF Littlejohn’s Andrew McCready considers alternative strategies.
Inheritance Tax: for or against?
We are delighted to support Apiary Capital in their investment in Carbon Underwriting