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We are delighted to announce that Ross Lambert, Nicholas Nesbitt, James Robinson, Paul Simmons, Andy Springford and Natalie Wright have been named in New Model Adviser’s Top Next Generation Advisers aged under 35.
We are delighted to announce that Renata Ardous, Director at Mazars, has been named a Woman Leader in Tax in the UK by the International Tax Review.
We are pleased to announce that we have achieved the Gold Standard Award for Independent Financial Advice for the seventh consecutive year.
We are delighted to announce that Director Andy Springford was named Financial Planner of the year at the Money Management awards.
The Criminal Finances Act 2017 introduces the new corporate offence of failure to prevent facilitation of tax evasion. The new law takes effect on 30 September 2017.
The UK government announced on 13 July that changes to the tax treatment of individuals who are resident in the UK but are non-UK domiciliaries, and which were put on hold because of the UK General Election, will now go ahead in a second Finance Bill which should become law by the end of 2017.
Today the Chancellor announced a U turn on the proposed Class 4 NIC rises from last week's Budget. This was primarily in response to a backbench backlash accusing him of breaking a general election manifesto commitment. The plan to increase NIC for self employed has now been dropped and is unlikely to resurface during this Parliament.
Our clients tell us it is becoming increasingly challenging to manage employment tax risk and reporting obligations. This year promises to test even the best prepared employers given the unprecedented scale and rate of changes to consider. Combined with a more active and vociferous HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) approach to employment tax compliance and tax avoidance, it is more important than ever for in-house employment tax specialists to ensure that their systems and processes are robust. We work in collaboration with our clients to help them understand their payment and reporting obligations and help implement positive change.