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Responsible Tax - An Integrated Approach To Tax Transparency
The information that businesses share about their taxes is being examined by a growing range of interested parties.
UK
27 Jan 2015
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FTSE 100 Companies Respond To New Disclosure Regulations And Voting Regime
More than three quarters of FTSE 100 companies have made changes to their remuneration arrangements in the past 12 months.
UK
12 Sep 2014
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European Tax Survey - The Benefits Of Stability
The external environment has rarely been more challenging for heads of tax. Governments and tax authorities traditionally seek to increase tax receipts in times of austerity.
European Union
13 Nov 2013
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Ready, Steady, Sign: The SAO Toolkit
Under the Senior Accounting Officer (SAO) legislation, introduced in 2009, the individual responsible is required to personally certify that their company systems are fit for the purpose of reporting taxes.
UK
22 May 2012
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Deloitte’s Budget 2011 Coverage
Overall, it’s a remarkably positive Budget unless you’re an oil company or a bank.
UK
24 Mar 2011
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A Good Budget For Business....Unless You’re A Bank Or Oil Company
Bill Dodwell, head of tax policy at Deloitte, comments on the impact of today’s Budget on UK businesses:
UK
23 Mar 2011
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Worldwide Debt Cap
HMRC announced today that informal consultation will be conducted in June 2011 on practical issues identified in applying the debt cap rules, such as the application of the de minimis rule (which removes companies with net finance income or expense of less than £500,000 from the calculations).
UK
23 Mar 2011
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Taxation Of Foreign Branches
Following recent consultation, legislation will be included in Finance Bill 2011 to provide an opt-in exemption from UK corporation tax for the profits of foreign branches of UK companies.
UK
23 Mar 2011
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Treasury Matters, Issue 2
HMRC released a discussion document in March 2010 on proposed legislation targeting so-called "Group Mismatch Schemes" (GMSs).
UK
20 Jan 2011
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Senior Accounting Officer: Enabling Excellence In Tax Processes – What Good Looks like
The legislation, introducing the Senior Accounting Officer (SAO) measures, places personal accountability on senior financial officers in relation to accounting arrangements that support the basis of various UK tax filings.
UK
15 Oct 2009
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Senior Accounting Officer Sign Off – The Draft Guidance - Does It Square The Circle?
From the day of the Budget announcement of a new responsibility for Senior Accounting Officers (SAOs) to sign off on the quality of systems underlying the production of tax returns, there have been many points of debate between HM Treasury and HMRC on the one hand and business and the accounting firms on the other.
UK
10 Jul 2009
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Senior Accounting Officers For Large Companies - Technical Update 3 July 2009
The Senior Accounting Officer legislation has now been published in what is expected to be its final form. Draft HMRC guidance has also been released.
UK
10 Jul 2009
13
Senior Accounting Officer Sign Off: What Does It Mean In Practice?
With the publication of the Finance Bill and commentary emerging from HMRC we are now able to consider the practical implications of the Senior Accounting Officer (SAO) sign off.
UK
20 May 2009
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Accountability Of Financial Officers For Reporting System Controls
Legislation will be introduced in Finance Bill 2009 (expected on 30 April 2009) to ensure that accounting systems in operation within large UK tax paying groups are adequate for the purposes of accurate tax reporting (ie tax returns and supporting computations).
UK
23 Apr 2009
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Changes To Group Relief: Bank Preference Shares
The Government is amending rules relating to group relief so that financial institutions that raise tier 1 capital through issuing preference shares via a subsidiary do not lose the ability to form a group for tax purposes.
UK
22 Apr 2009
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Budget 2009 - Penalties For Late Filing Of Returns And Late Payment Of Tax
The penalty regime for late filing of returns and late payment of tax will become more harmonised in Finance Bill 2009.
UK
22 Apr 2009
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Not On My Watch: Providing Insight Into Fraud Prediction, Prevention And Response
Fraud directly affects your bottom line profit. With a generous profit margin of 5%, you would need to generate an additional £1m to recover losses from a mere £50,000 fraud.
UK
26 Mar 2009
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