Tax publications

You will find here all publications related to tax.

Mazars Financial Planning publications

Here you will find the latest publications from Mazars Financial Planning.

Publishing your tax strategy

In 2017, businesses that meet certain criteria must publish their tax strategy as required by the Finance Act 2016. Is your business prepared to meet the obligations of this potential new requirement?

Mazars’ 2017/18 employers’ tax calendar

To ensure you stay up to date with key employment tax deadlines, download Mazars’ 2017/18 employers’ tax calendar. Our team can advise on the best way to meet your NIC, PAYE and EMI compliance obligations.

Corporate and International Tax Advice

Operating through a branch/permanent establishment? Find out what it means when an operation does not involve a local incorporated entity but amounts to operating through a permanent establishment (PE).

Year end tax planning tips 2017

As we are living in financially and politically turbulent times it makes more sense than ever to ensure that all legitimate and, often simple, tax planning opportunities are brought to your attention to help you minimise your tax bill.

Improving Tax Transparency for Large Businesses

The 2016 Finance Bill is introducing a requirement for large businesses to publish a tax strategy on the internet an annual basis, covering its approach to UK tax matters. The rules will apply to businesses with a turnover of £200 million or a balance sheet of £2 billion at the end of the preceding financial year. Even where the business is not headed by a UK company, there may still be an obligation to publish a strategy document. HMRC believes that by focusing on tax transparency, it can improve levels of compliance.

Country by Country Reporting

Multinationals with consolidated group turnover of €750m are required to file an annual return. We can help you meet your obligations, take any corrective action that may be necessary (e.g. change in processes and/or systems) and manage risks including reputational risk.

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