Resolving Complex Tax Controversy
Wed 19 Apr 23 | Tax audits (including Transfer Pricing audits) are becoming more complex and resource intensive for businesses with increased timelines to reach resolution and tax certainty. In this changing terrain what processes have HMRC developed to reach resolution and what lessons can be learnt from working practises and applied wider across the controversy landscape?
Grants And Incentives For Green Technologies – US, EU And UK Perspectives
Thu 27 Apr 23 | While countries are looking at solutions to accelerate decarbonisation and transition to a net zero future, it will be of critical importance to incentivise developing the most impactful new technologies. Last summer, the US legislated the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) providing over $369bn to support green industries, which comes after the European Green Deal launched in 2020. Meanwhile, the UK is yet to announce a cohesive approach dedicated to achieving its net zero commitments. Our panel will cover what these sustainability initiatives mean for investment in the US, EU and UK. What should your organisation be thinking about?
UK Tax Monthly Update May
Tue 9 May 23 | Changes to UK business taxation (including corporate tax, VAT, and employment taxes) are frequent and often complex. In addition, guidance on technical matters and the approaches taken by HMRC and the UK courts continue to evolve. What does your organisation need to know to keep up to speed with the latest tax developments?
UK Tax Monthly Update June
Tue 13 Jun 23 | Changes to UK business taxation (including corporate tax, VAT, and employment taxes) are frequent and often complex. In addition, guidance on technical matters and the approaches taken by HMRC and the UK courts continue to evolve. What does your organisation need to know to keep up to speed with the latest tax developments?
UK Spring Budget 2023 [On demand]
(Aired 16 Mar 23) The Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt will present his Spring Budget on Wednesday 15 March 2023 – the second major fiscal event of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s new administration. The Budget will set out the UK government’s long-term vision to grow the economy, likely building on the Chancellor’s “Four ‘E’s of economic growth and prosperity: Enterprise, Education, Employment and Everywhere”. There will also be an update from the Office for Budget Responsibility on the latest state of the country’s finances. How might the event affect you?
Is Your Organisation Prepared For An HMRC National
Minimum Wage Review In 2023? [On demand]
(Aired 13 Mar 23) UK National Minimum Wage (NMW) continues to be a high-risk area for many employers due to the complex rules and HMRC’s strict enforcement approach. NMW rates will increase from 1 April 2023, and with the 2023 rates increasing by an average c.10%, employers will be focused on budgets. HMRC’s enforcement activity has returned to pre-pandemic levels. NMW reviews continue to focus on the main risk areas, including working time, salary sacrifice and deemed deductions; and we are seeing increased scrutiny of NMW work types. What should your organisation be looking at?
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