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Sports stars to get £100,000 from testimonials tax free
Older and retiring sports players will benefit substantially from the tax-free allowance as testimonial incomes can be significant six-figure sums. These funds can help many players better bridge the gap between playing sports professionally and their next career move.
HMRC yield up 64% from personal tax investigations in just a year
HMRC’s yield from personal tax investigations jumped by 64% last year, as the increasing threat of court action discourages people from fighting disputed tax claims, our research shows.
FD Forum: The Outlook for 2018 – Thursday 30 November, London
UHY Hacker Young’s FD Forum is intended for finance professionals and provides technical and regulatory updates, along with the opportunity to discuss current developments with your peer group.
The 2017 Autumn Budget at a glance
Our specialist tax and VAT partners watched today’s Budget announcement and have produced an ‘at a glance’ list of the main proposals, to help you digest the information that is relevant to you.
Make the most out of capital allowances claims on buildings
Capital allowances on buildings can be a complex area but they remain one of the most fruitful ways for a company to save tax, without resorting to tax avoidance and aggressive planning.
The Criminal Finances Act 2017
Two new offences in relation to tax evasion have come into operation as a result of the Criminal Finances Act (CFA) 2017. They cover the corporate facilitation of tax evasion within the UK, and a similar sanction for overseas offences.