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2017 non-dom changes confirmed: how can trustees and individuals prepare?

The changes to the taxation of non-doms and non-UK trusts are going ahead and will be backdated to take effect from 6 April 2017. We look at what trustees and individuals can do to prepare.
14 August 2017

Brexit for EEA nationals

This briefing looks at some of the steps that EEA and Swiss nationals can take now to protect their immigration status.
14 June 2017

Principal Private Residence Relief: how does PPR apply between exchange and completion?

The First Tier Tribunal has rejected HMRC’s argument that the taxpayer’s period of ownership of a property should include time taken between exchange and completion.
03 May 2017

Non-dom reforms dropped from the Finance Bill 2017

The changes to the taxation of non-doms and non-UK trusts will not become law before the Election. However, we still expect them to be introduced this year and to be backdated to 6 April 2017.
26 April 2017

Off-payroll working in the public sector: a shift in responsibility

Public authorities engaging workers through intermediaries may soon become responsible for deducting tax and NICs from payments made to those intermediaries. Employers' NICs may also be payable.
07 March 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Virgin Active on sale of 16 Clubs to David Lloyd Leisure

A cross-firm team of Burges Salmon experts advised on the sale, expected to complete in Q2 2017.  
13 February 2017

Important FTT decision on fixed establishments and the place of supply for VAT

In Multimedia Computing Limited and Deed Poll Services Limited v HMRC, the FTT has found that a Jersey company made supplies within the UK using its sister company as a fixed establishment.
18 January 2017

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Burges Salmon advises Piper and management on exit to Lion Capital in £137m transaction

Burges Salmon advises Piper PE LLP and management on the acquisition of Loungers by Lion Capital of Piper’s stake and a portion of the founders’ stake.
21 December 2016

James Thornton v HMRC: distinction between income and capital receipts for lease surrenders

The First Tier Tribunal finds that settlement monies paid by a tenant to exit a lease are capital receipts for repairing damage to property and not income payments for loss of rent.
20 December 2016

Upper Tribunal decision on the right of VAT Group members to claim refunds

The Upper Tribunal ("UT”) has held that representative members of VAT Groups have the right to reclaim overpaid VAT for supplies made by companies that have left the group.
23 November 2016

Sarah Baylis v HMRC – taxing employees for benefits in kind

The First Tier Tribunal (FTT) has found that employers do not have discretion over which of their employees are taxed for benefits in kind.
22 November 2016

Update for residential landlords

Changes from April 2017 will mean that income tax relief is to be restricted to the basic rate of tax on borrowing costs for the owners of let residential property.
14 November 2016
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