The UK ranks 6th in our global business creation table out of 21 countries studied, and comes first of the Western economies covered.
New legislation prevents HMRC from charging taxpayers a fee when they pay by credit card. HMRC have instead banned the use of personal credit cards…
Autumn Budget announcement means financing landmark buildings & flagship projects could be more difficult in future with tax changes for overseas investors.
Unpaid VAT on online sales has become a huge issue in recent years, and has cost the Exchequer a vast amount in potential lost revenues.
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’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.
Andrew Snowdon has been appointed as Head of Tax in our London office. Andrew takes over this role from Roy Maugham, who has been with UHY Hacker Young for 29 years, having served in the profession for more than 50 years.
Zoë Paradine, head of marketing & business development at UHY Hacker Young, has been appointed as a partner in our London office.
The rise in extra revenue from investigations is partly being driven by the UK’s continued smuggling problem around cigarettes and alcohol.
Growing demand for “boutique” drinks, which has also propelled growth of the UK’s craft breweries and independent distilleries, is behind the jump in the number of UK wine producers.