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Corporate Carve-Outs And Offshore Structures
A corporate carve-out is the acquisition/disposal of a part only of an existing business and can be a sale of assets, shares or both.
UK
26 Jul 2017
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Brexit: The Tax Implications
Tax is collected in the UK on the basis of domestic legislation, enacted by the UK Parliament. Therefore, the UK's corporate tax code will most likely remain highly competitive and attractive for international businesses.
UK
30 Jun 2016
3
North Sea Oil & Gas Tax Breaks Announced
In the Budget 2015 delivered on Wednesday 18 March 2015, the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne set out several significant tax breaks for the UK oil and gas sector.
UK
23 Mar 2015
4
Bonus Deferral: Pitfalls For The Unwary
The additional rate of tax, which applies to taxable income above £150,000, has stood at 50% since it was introduced in April 2010.
UK
14 Jan 2013
5
UK Budget 2011 – He Giveth And He Taketh Away
The Chancellor has attempted to deliver a budget which stimulates growth – and which gives the UK the most competitive tax system in the G20 - but which at the same time keeps UK plc on track to reduce the deficit.
UK
28 Mar 2011
6
Budget 2010
The impending general election appears to have taken any real spice out of this year’s Budget (although we can likely expect another one following the election, regardless of which party wins).
UK
30 Mar 2010
7
Budget 2009 - Part 1 of 2
With the UK in the midst of a deep recession, and UK business already struggling to deal with the highly prescriptive and compliance heavy UK tax code, the backdrop to this year’s Budget could not have been more daunting for the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
UK
24 Apr 2009
8
Budget 2009 - Part 2 of 2
Budget 2009 includes a number of measures which attempt to promote a green and carbon efficient economy.
UK
23 Apr 2009
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