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Corporation tax loss relief: more flexible rules apply

James Harper

17 August 2017

The Government has now released draft legislation to which reforms Corporation Tax loss relief are to be introduced this autumn in the Finance Bill 2017. The aim is to give more flexibility in the way losses can be used when … Read More >>

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Tax: Avoidance or evasion?

Naomi Nesbit

21 June 2013

Recent press headlines have been sensational:  Amazon had sales of £3.35billion in 2011 but only reported a tax expense of £1.8m. Well-known coffee corporation Starbucks made £400m sales in the UK last year but they paid no corporation tax. Google … Read More >>

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Government says: Have a house and a job – oh and have a beer on us!

Naomi Nesbit

So the budget has now been revealed and the Chancellor has laid out plans to help ‘aspiring’ families and businesses – they’ve also taken the opportunity to reduce beer duty! The Government claims to have listened to its constituents, who … Read More >>

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Budget 2012 – A budget for all?

Matthew Hall

22 March 2012

Despite all the fiscal easing that has been instigated by the Bank of England it was a fairly safe bet that the Chancellor’s budget would to a large extent be a reallocation exercise and first impressions are that this is … Read More >>

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Corporate Tax Avoidance and the Ethics debate:

Matthew Hall

09 December 2011

The last twelve months has seen a certain amount of public unrest in the UK following a period of deep recession and economic turmoil.

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