Revenue in UK Law
- Employee Share Plans: Revenue Service Levels
HM Revenue & Customs - Tax Evasion Enforcement
There has been much publicity regarding tax avoidance of late in the UK. In the age of austerity, tax avoidance by companies is scruitnised by the press and is a hot topic with the public.
UK Revenue-approved plans and retirement: new guidance
The long-delayed HMRC guidance on the meaning of retirement for the purposes of Revenue-approved share incentive plans has just been published. This is a change from the previous position, where pl...
Real estate: the “go to” source of tax revenue?
The UK government continues to use the real estate sector as its “go to” source of tax revenue. Following the extension of corporation tax to non-residents trading in UK land in July this year, we ...
HM Revenue & Customs Publishes Guidance on UK Taxation of Cryptoassets
HM Revenue & Customs has released guidance interpreting the UK tax code for individuals dealing in cryptoassets. While most transactions are assumed to be part of investment activities, certain...
- Are Contractors Playing With Fire? Construction Projects And 'Uncertified Revenue'
- Equity Stakes, Revenue Shares And More: How Universities Are Deriving Value From Their Spinouts
UK’s Draft Finance Bill Proposes Preferential Status for HM Revenue & Customs
The UK government has published a draft Finance Bill 2020, which includes a provision that, if enacted, will give HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) secondary preferential creditor status for certain ...
- Revenue Recognition - Revised Proposals Issued
HM Revenue & Customs to Get Preferential Status as of 1 December 2020
With effect from 1 December 2020, the UK’s HM Revenue & Customs will be given preferential creditor status for certain taxes which a company has collected but failed to pay to HMRC on the date ...
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