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  1. Blog3rd Aug 2023

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    What is Non-UK Residence and How Could It Affect You?

    The default position is that UK Tax residence results in UK tax exposure on worldwide income and gains, no matter where they are held. UK Tax Residents, who are also non UK Domiciled (Domicile has a common law application and…

    By Lynn Gracie

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  2. Blog1st Aug 2023

    Seamus McElvanna, Senior Private Client Manager at FPM who wrote blog about income tax enquires

    Pandora Papers opens HMRC Offshore Tax Pandora’s Box

    The recently published Pandora Papers put offshore tax in the headlines once again. If you have undeclared offshore income or gains, it is important to act now. The Pandora Papers are thought to contain the names of over 750,000 companies…

    By Seamus McElvanna

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  3. Blog25th Jul 2023

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    Cryptocurrency- From Anonymity to Accountability

    Did you know that HMRC (HM Revenue & Customs) have the power to request data from cryptoasset exchanges?  Many are still largely unaware that this power has been in place for years and indeed HMRC have already used it to…

    By Lynn Gracie

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  4. Blog7th Jul 2023

    Alasdair Green, Head of ESG and Corporate Finance Partner

    How Important is ESG in M&A Transactions?

    Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) is attracting increasing attention from investors and acquirers when evaluating investment, growth funding and M&A opportunities.    At the outset of a possible deal, investors and acquirers are now taking more rigorous ESG considerations into account. …

    By Alasdair Green

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  5. Blog6th Jul 2023

    Jen Kinnear, Private Client Manager author of blog about the qualifying conditions of furnished holiday lets

    What Is A Furnished Holiday Let?

    Furnished Holiday Lets (FHL) are becoming more and more popular in the UK, particularly in Scotland, with holidaymakers’ desires for a ‘staycation’ only increasing. But are you aware that these properties come with a different set of tax rules compared…

    By Jen Kinnear

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  6. Blog4th Jul 2023

    Kerry Mcghee, Private Client Manager

    What Is The Basis Period Reform For 2023?

    What is the basis period? The basis period is the accounting period on which a business calculates their tax each year.  Ordinarily the basis period on which a business is taxed is the 12 month accounting period that ends within…

    By Kerry McGee

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  7. Blog27th Jun 2023

    Richard Coker, Senior Customs Consultant

    Export Licencing- The Silent Business Killer

    Most UK exporters routinely carry on their export trade.  Whether they are exporting the goods that they have manufactured or selling on other companies’ products, the company directors generally believe that they are operating in accordance with HMRC regulations. All…

    By Richard Coker

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  8. Blog15th Jun 2023

    Gayle Meldrum, Private Client Tax Manager

    Unravelling The Secrets of Tax Codes

    At the beginning of a new financial year, we find ourselves trying to start off on the right foot and ensure our tax affairs are in order. We do this to avoid any nasty surprises at year end or, when…

    By Gayle Meldrum

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  9. Blog7th Jun 2023

    Working in Norway: 2022 Norwegian Tax Assessment Notice

    Following submission of a Norwegian tax return 2022 for individuals under the general taxation scheme, once processed by Skatteetaten (the Norwegian tax office), a Tax Assessment Notice (TAN) will be issued showing the final position for the year.  The Norwegian…

    By Craig Burnett

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  10. Case Study5th Jun 2023

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    Disposal of Hireway Vehicle Rentals Limited

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  11. Blog23rd May 2023

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    Portugal’s Golden Visa – it’s not over yet.

    In October 2012 the Golden Visa Programme was launched. The main objective of the programme? To attract international capital into the country. Following the economic crisis of 2008 there was a real need for the programme. It has since become…

    By Lynn Gracie

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  12. Blog17th May 2023

    Niamh McKenna, Payroll and Employment Taxes Manager

    National Minumum Wage- The Pitfalls

    It would be fair to conclude that amidst the current cost of living crisis, employee remuneration is a hot topic. It is difficult to turn on the news at the moment without coverage of employees in pay disputes, with institutions…

    By Niamh McKenna

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