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The future is even more uncertain for UK non-domiciliaries (Guernsey)
Since the UK's Brexit vote, many of the UK's non-doms have been asking what the effect will be for them. Our private wealth team will be hosting a seminar in Guernsey to help you plan appropriately.
05 October 2016

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The future is even more uncertain for UK non-domiciliaries (Jersey)
Since the UK's Brexit vote, many of the UK's non-doms have been asking what the effect will be for them. Our private wealth team will be hosting a seminar in Jersey to help you plan appropriately.
04 October 2016

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HR Connect: BSavvy about managing misconduct
Is your company a Burges Salmon client? If so, you can take advantage of our free quarterly employment law workshops, which provide a perfect opportunity for informal discussion and knowledge sharing.
06 September 2016
2017 non-dom reforms going ahead
Our first thoughts on the long-awaited HM Treasury Consultation document on the tax changes proposed for non-doms which are still scheduled to go ahead in April 2017.
24 August 2016

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New F1 Regulations attempt to inject some competition
Thomas Webb summarises the recently announced changes to the Formula One Grand Prix regulations for 2017 and explores their potential impact on the smaller teams and the sport in general.
24 August 2016
REACH, chemicals regulation and the referendum vote
We consider the implications of the UK's referendum vote for the chemicals sector.
23 August 2016
Dealing with agricultural debts in the current climate
How can agricultural businesses, with their focus on long-term relationships, manage debts in the current economic climate?
19 August 2016
Facebragging: social media engagement leading to real life divorce
The new trend call "Facebragging" is beginning to contribute to an increased number of marital breakups¸ with people feeling under pressure to maintain a perfect image across social media.
19 August 2016
Duty to report on Payment Practices due in April 2017
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy suggest that the duty for large companies to publish reports on payment practices is now due April 2017.
19 August 2016

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Authorised Fund Horizons – Summer 2016
The Summer edition of our newsletter provides a practical guide to legal and regulatory developments in the UK authorised funds sector.
18 August 2016
Capital Focus Limited v HMRC: houses in multiple occupancy can be zero-rated dwellings
The FTT has found that houses in multiple occupancy can be zero-rated dwellings under the VAT legislation. The purpose of the legislation is to zero-rate the creation of new homes where none existed.
17 August 2016
D&J Grant v HMRC: input tax recovery on partial payment denied
In D&J Grant v HMRC input tax recovery was denied on partial payment for goods that were never delivered. A clear case of "buyer beware".
17 August 2016
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