The article considers if it is still important that pensions be made 'auto-reversionary', after the MYEFO announcement.
The article outlines key factors in seeking ATO compensation - particularly on applications made under the CDDA Scheme.
A discussion on what are the support obligations of franchisors and their "good Faith" and "Fair Dealing" performance duties under the "Arthur Wishart Act".
As part of its budget bill likely to come into force early this summer, the Government of Canada has introduced legislation implementing its new policy for the review of investments by foreign state-owned enterprises.
A legal guide on the state of the project finance sector in 2013.
The board of directors play a central role in any offshore hedge fund.
Description of the domestic natural gas sector in Ireland.
In what could set a precedent in the interpretation of ‘wholly and exclusively’ allowable expenditure, Dr Samad Samadian has had his appeal dismissed by the HMRC tribunal, the culmination of a seven year battle with them over his business mileage claims.
As from 6 April 2013, small unincorporated businesses have the opportunity to calculate their profits using the cash accounting basis.
HMRC has launched a disclosure campaign aimed at those who have not declared tax on the sale of a property. September 2013.
A discussion which primarily focuses on Libya highlighting opportunities in the market, key legal and regulatory frameworks, as well as practical requirements for doing business in Libya.
A discussion on how the market can maintain momentum in the year ahead following a successful 2012.
Traditionally, conduct supervision has focused on two issues, consumer protection and market integrity, with financial crime sometimes identified separately.
The focus on impairment is intensifying as the IASB and FASB unveiled their latest proposals for recognition and measurement of impairment in March.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently settled its first lawsuit alleging violations of the Genetic Information Non-Discrimination Act.
New QCA code highlights the importance of relationships between companies and their shareholders.
The Federal Trade Commission voted unanimously this week to keep the July 1, 2013, compliance date for the new COPPA Rule.
HHS has released enhanced "National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health and Health Care," which is a series of guidelines to inform and facilitate practices related to culturally and linguistically appropriate health services.
On January 17, 2013, the United States Treasury Department released final regulations under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.
The California governor's office has just taken action that will make California much more competitive with New York and other states in seeking foreign investment capital to create jobs and facilitate construction financing for hotels and other projects.