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The Office of Tax Simplification publishes second report on simplifying Capital Gains Tax

The OTS has suggested significant CGT reforms across a wide range of areas, including moving home, getting divorced, and running or investing in a business
11 June 2021

Paying for Grenfell: Consultation on proposed residential property developer tax

In this article we consider the proposed new tax on property developers to contribute towards the cost of replacing unsafe cladding on high-rise residential buildings
19 May 2021

The UK's Fintech Strategic Review Series: Investment

Our third article in the Kalifa Review series (the “Review”) looks at the lifeblood of the fintech industry: investment.
12 April 2021

UK Real-Estate and the Register of Foreign Owners: new registration requirements

As a transparency measure, the Government is set to introduce a Register of People with Significant Control over Overseas Companies owning UK Real-Estate
22 March 2021

Death and Taxes: a Private Client podcast

In our new podcast series 'Death and Taxes', we discuss the latest developments and issues facing private clients and their advisers
17 March 2021

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Burges Salmon partner named in 2021 eprivateclient 50 Most Influential

John Barnett, Head of the firm’s Private Client Services team, has been named in the 2021 eprivateclient Most Influential rankings
02 February 2021

Recent Court of Appeal judgment is a reminder of the importance of company residence

The latest decision in HMRC v Development Securities results in Jersey-incorporated companies being found to be resident in the UK for tax purposes 
20 January 2021

Exports of goods from the UK from 1 January 2021

Without a trade agreement, businesses need to take action rapidly to deal with the new requirements they will face in relation to exports from 1 January 2021
16 December 2020

Capital Gains Tax: what’s next following the Office of Tax Simplification report?

We consider the recommendations in the Office of Tax Simplification report, possible Capital Gains Tax changes in 2021 and their practical implications
03 December 2020

What are the tax implications for imports post-Brexit?

Without a trade agreement, businesses need to take action rapidly to deal with the new requirements they will face in relation to imports from 1 January 2021
03 December 2020

ATED late filing penalties: cause for celebration?

This article summarises the ATED rules and reviews a recent First-tier Tax Tribunal decision that clarifies HMRC’s ability to impose daily late filing penalties

17 November 2020

The new non-resident SDLT surcharge: an overview

A two per cent non-resident SDLT surcharge will apply from 1 April 2021. Our Tax Team provides an overview of the changes, highlighting some areas of possible difficulty
09 November 2020
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