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A budget to aspire not inspire?

United Kingdom - March 20 2013 Today the Chancellor of the Exchequer handed down his 2013 Budget, promising it was a 'budget for an aspirational nation … for a Britain that…

Co-authors: Bradley Phillips, William Arrenberg, Rupert Shiers, Howard Murray, Isaac Zailer.


Government procurement rules: tax compliance is a factor to be considered

United Kingdom - February 19 2013 The proposed rules require: Suppliers seeking to secure a government contract to self-certify during the selection stage of the procurement process…

Co-authors: Neil Warriner, Adrian Brown, Michael Hunt.


Government procurement rules: tax compliance is a factor to be considered

United Kingdom - February 14 2013 With effect from 1 April 2013, Her Majesty's Government will use the procurement process to secure compliance with UK and foreign tax obligations…

Co-authors: Meg Francis, Adrian Brown, Michael Hunt.


UK Supreme Court refuses to extend privilege to accountants

United Kingdom - January 23 2013 The Supreme Court confirmed today that legal advice privilege ("LAP") cannot be claimed in respect of confidential communications between accountants…

Co-authors: Julian Copeman, Andrew Cooke.


HMRC wins appeal in penalties for late VAT payments

United Kingdom - January 10 2013 In accordance with the highly prescriptive provisions in the VAT legislation, a company may be in default of a liability to pay VAT if HMRC does not…

Co-authors: William Arrenberg, Jasveer Randhawa, Andrew Lidbetter, Nusrat Zar.

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