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  1. Blog8th May 2024

    Alasdair Green, ESG Partner and author of ESG diligence

    ESG Diligence: The Key To Sustainable M&A Transactions

    In today’s dynamic investment landscape, the integration of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors has become more than just a trend. It is emerging to be strategically imperative alongside other more traditional performance measures such as profitability and financial performance. …

    By Alasdair Green

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  2. Blog2nd May 2024

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    International Payroll And Double Taxation: How To Navigate

    In today’s interconnected world, many individuals and employers operate across international borders and this can lead to complex tax implications, especially in relation to payroll.  One significant challenge which consistently arises is the issue of double taxation as well as…

    By Craig Burnett

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  3. Blog29th Apr 2024

    Joel Topham, Head of Professional Practices and author of blog about navigating the complexities of the legal sector

    The Legal Sector: How Can You Navigate Its Complexities?

    In the rapidly evolving landscape of the legal sector, law firms are constantly having to stay ahead of the curve and find ways to navigate the challenges they face.   So, what are the major challenges being faced by the sector…

    By Joel Topham

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  4. Blog26th Apr 2024

    Gunhild Dam, author of blog about non-dom tax

    Non-Dom Tax Changes – Navigating The ‘Tax Twilight’ Zone

    Rarely has the concept of non-UK domicile status and its impact on how an individual is subject to tax in the UK been in the headlines so much as in recent years. This is in part due to the wife…

    By Gunhild Dam

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  5. Blog23rd Apr 2024

    Alistair Duncan, Indirect Tax Partner, professional headshot

    Potential VAT Refund Fraud – Are Your Bank Details Correct?

    We have been alerted to a number of cases where taxpayers’ bank account details have been amended without their knowledge.  This fraud involves the submission of a letter or form VAT 484 purporting to be from the taxpayer requesting that…

    By Alistair Duncan

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  6. Blog9th Apr 2024

    Scott VerStrat

    Understanding employment taxes in the US

    Considering how relevant they are in our day-to-day lives, employment taxes can be very complicated to understand. As the employer, it’s your job to deposit and report employment taxes and prepare and file Form W-2. This is used to report…

    By Scott VerStrat

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  7. Blog8th Apr 2024

    7 Ways VFF Can Help Charities in the Cost of Giving Crisis

    Despite the extreme pressures brought on by the pandemic, we witnessed in awe the charity sector rallying together and continuing to support those in need. Barely recovered, the voluntary sector (along with everyone else) was then quickly thrown headfirst into…

    By Jakub Rolinski

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  8. Blog6th Apr 2024

    Jill Walker, Private Client Partner and author of blog about Salaried Member Rules

    Are The Goalposts On Salaried Member Rules Moving?

    What are salaried member rules? The salaried member rules for Limited Liability Partnerships (“LLPs”) were introduced in 2014 to ensure only those members who held a genuine ‘partner’ role were taxed as self-employed individuals, such that those with arrangements closer…

    By Jill Walker

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  9. Blog4th Apr 2024

    Carol Sim, author of blog about Norwegian Income Tax Returns

    A Guide To Navigating Norwegian Income Tax Returns

    An important Norwegian tax reporting consideration for individuals who have worked in Norway or offshore on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (unless the individual is taxed under the Norwegian PAYE Scheme) is the requirement to complete and file a Norwegian income…

    By Carol Sim

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  10. Blog3rd Apr 2024

    Carol Edwards, author of blog about furnished holiday let changes

    Navigate the End of the ‘Furnished Holiday Let’

    The number of Furnished Holiday Lets (FHLs) in the UK has increased in recent years, driven by the ever-growing popularity of UK ‘staycations’.  However, Jeremy Hunt announced in the 2024 Spring Budget that the Furnished Holiday Letting regime will be…

    By Carol Edwards

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  11. Blog27th Mar 2024

    Tammy Weishuhn

    How to pay Independent Contractors in the US – a step-by-step guide

    It is important to remember that an independent contractor is a worker who does not work for your company, but is on a contract basis instead. Make sure you have correctly classified your workers before considering paying them as a…

    By Tammy Weishuhn

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  12. Blog26th Mar 2024

    Derek Gemmell, Head of Innovations Tax and author of blog about R&D tax relief procedures

    R&D Tax Relief Procedures: HMRC’s Latest Notification Requirement

    In today’s fast-paced business landscape, where staying ahead often means innovating and adapting to change, research and development (R&D) tax credits have emerged as a key tool for businesses, especially for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).  As an R&D tax…

    By Derek Gemmell

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