G20/OECD The Digitalised Economy – Update On Taxation Of Digital Economy (Pillar One) And Global Minimum Rate (Pillar Two)
Mon 25 Oct 2021 | More than 130 members of the G20/OECD Inclusive Framework have now agreed the key components of the allocation of taxing rights between countries (‘Pillar One’) and the introduction of a global minimum tax (‘Pillar Two’), with implementation scheduled for 2023. The remaining political issues and an implementation plan will be discussed at the upcoming Inclusive Framework and G20 Finance Ministers meetings. What would the rules mean for your organisation?
UK Autumn Budget 2021
Thu 28 Oct 2021 | The Chancellor of the Exchequer will present the next UK Budget on Wednesday 27 October. The Autumn Budget will provide a further opportunity for the Treasury to make tax announcements and set the Government’s agenda for taxation matters going forward. This Budget will presented along with the outcomes of the Treasury’s Spending Review, setting budgets for UK government departments for the next three years. There will also be an update from the Office for Budget Responsibility on the latest state of the country’s finances. How might the proposals affect you?
Year End Reporting - Plan Now To Optimise Resilience
Wed 3 Nov 2021 | 2021 has once again been a year of change with COVID-19 affecting the way we live, work and, of course, the tax environment. Many groups are coming up to their second full year end in this environment and will need to consider how to reflect the changes implemented by governments in the financial statements in more detail than has perhaps been considered for quarters or interims. This will be in addition to keeping up to speed with the changing governance and controls environment impacting financial statements and consequently the tax accounting world from a technical and transaction perspective. What should your organisation be looking at now?
UK Tax Monthly Update
Tue 9 Nov 2021 | Changes to UK business taxation (including corporate tax, VAT, payroll taxes and other taxes and duties) are frequent and often complex. In addition, guidance on technical matters and the approach taken by HMRC and the UK courts evolve. What does your organisation need to know to keep up to speed with the latest developments?
Notification Of Uncertain Tax Treatments: How Can Businesses Prepare?
Tue 16 Nov 2021 | The HMRC proposal on Notification of Uncertain Tax Treatment (NUTT) if implemented will provide HMRC with information on significant tax uncertainties that they consider could contribute to the legal interpretation tax gap. Draft legislation was published in July 2021 and draft guidance in August 2021, with the new rules, if enacted, applying to returns due to be filed on or after 1 April 2022. What should your organisation do to prepare for the new requirements?
Transfer Pricing, Diverted Profits Tax And HMRC’s Profit Diversion Compliance Facility (PDCF)
Thu 25 Nov 2021 | Tackling profit diversion remains one of HMRC’s top priorities, with HMRC allocating significant resources to challenging transfer pricing and Diverted Profits Tax. HMRC launched the PDCF in January 2019 and have recently issued the fifth full batch of so called PDCF ‘nudge’ letters, requesting that taxpayers review their transfer pricing position. PDCF is now a well-established alternative to a HMRC enquiry. What should your organisation be aware of in regards to PDCF activity?
Developing Your Transfer Pricing Controversy – Competent Authority (MAP And APA)
Thu 2 Dec 2021 | In a post BEPS and post-COVID-19 world taking ownership of your compliance processes is more important than ever. This does not need to be a solely reactive process and approached in the right way from the outset the agenda can be driven by the taxpayer. What should your organisation be thinking about in regards to transfer pricing controversy?
UK Tax Monthly Update
Tue 14 Dec 2021 | Changes to UK business taxation (including corporate tax, VAT, payroll taxes and other taxes and duties) are frequent and often complex. In addition, guidance on technical matters and the approach taken by HMRC and the UK courts evolve. What does your organisation need to know to keep up to speed with the latest developments?
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