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New Scotland bill - tax implications

United Kingdom - July 23 2015 The UK Government has published draft legislation on devolving certain tax matters to Scotland (the Bill). It intends that the draft legislation...

Paul Lawrence, Jay Doraisamy, Elmer Doonan.

The budget comes but twice a year

United Kingdom - July 22 2015 One joy of UK Parliamentary Democracy is watching the annual budget with its howling Government MPs, roaring Opposition MPs and ritual interventions...

Jay Doraisamy, Elmer Doonan.

Ofgem consults on network operator pension deficit funding policy

United Kingdom - July 6 2015 With the current price control period for electricity Distribution Network Operators having recently ended, Ofgem has launched a consultation on the...

Jay Doraisamy, Elmer Doonan.

High Court confirms use of contracts to limit pensionable pay

United Kingdom - June 17 2015 BBC Philharmonic Orchestra clarinettist John Bradbury was an employee of the BBC and a member of the final salary New Benefits Section of the BBC...

Paul Lawrence, Jay Doraisamy, Elmer Doonan.

Pension scheme management costs would you like VAT with that?

United Kingdom - June 3 2015 Many costs associated with defined benefit pension schemes will usually fall on the scheme employer one way or another. There are two basic heads of...

Rebecca McKay, Jay Doraisamy, Elmer Doonan.