Aimed at businesses of all sizes that are looking to invest in the UK, the guide offers in-depth briefings on the technical aspects of investment as well as business-start-up. It includes contributions from a number of Mazars’ experts on company formation; money laundering regulations and more.
Company: Mazars | Published: 08 May 2013 | Business Area: Business Intelligence
Mazars' 20 page guide provides key tax facts and figures at your fingertips for 2013/14. The guide covers personal and business tax developments relevant to the 2013 budget and outlines the proposed changes from April 2014.
Company: Mazars | Published: 09 April 2013 | Business Area: Income Tax
Fear still rules many investors’ hearts despite a good year for most investment assets. But 2013 has the potential to bring the winds of change, particularly in the US where we could see a growth “surprise”. Download this two page article for further information.
Company: RSM Tenon | Published: 15 January 2013 | Business Area: Business Intelligence
On 5th December 2012, the Chancellor delivered his Autumn Statement which included an economic update and announcements on future tax measures. Haines Watts' Autumn Statement Summary assesses the tax changes announced.
Company: Haines Watts | Published: 03 January 2013 | Business Area: Corporation Tax
If you are considering investing in the UK this comprehensive guide provides you with information on some of the tax areas you need to consider. Areas covered include: corporation tax; VAT; inheritance tax; payroll taxes and countries with double taxation agreements with the UK.
Company: Haines Watts | Published: 08 November 2012 | Business Area: Corporation Tax
The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme is intended to encourage investment in start-up and early stage companies by offering generous tax reliefs to individuals investing in such companies after 5/4/12. This article assesses available tax reliefs for investors, plus investment and funding criteria.
Company: Baker Tilly | Published: 24 September 2012 | Business Area: Planning
The Enterprise Investment Scheme (“EIS”) is a scheme to encourage investment in growing businesses by offering generous tax reliefs to individuals investing in small unquoted trading companies. This article looks at tax relief eligibility, how is relief lost and how much a company can raise.
Company: Baker Tilly | Published: 18 September 2012 | Business Area: Capital Gains
One of the most common questions asked by technology companies is “How can my business expand into new markets?”. This research report focuses on the international expansion plans of UK technology businesses and investigates the strengths and weaknesses of some of the UK's top investment destinations... view abstract
Company: Grant Thornton | Published: 11 September 2012 | Business Area: Business Intelligence
The Pensions Regulator believes 6 key elements are necessary to deliver DC members an adequate income in retirement. This paper highlights the main reasons why the National Pension Trust is the key to quality DC pension provision explaining the benefits for the employers, employees and the trustees.
Company: Xafinity | Published: 05 April 2012 | Business Area: Corporate Pensions
HW Fisher looks at the government’s plan to cut the budget deficit and how the fallout from this could mean job losses within public sectors. It investigates whether the Private sector in this instance will be able to “take up the slack” and give an example case study
Company: HW Fisher & Company | Published: 21 June 2011 | Business Area: Corporate Finance
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