The UK is inhibiting its economy with a tax burden 18% heavier than the global average, and should consider setting a specific target for overall tax take.
According to our analysis of UK parliamentary constituencies, those living in Esher and Walton – home to Frank Lampard, Gary Lineker, Mick Hucknall and Chris Tarrant – paid the most income tax last year with bills averaging £16,900*, up from £15,700 the year before.
We are pleased to announce the sale of Peter Stockill Limited who represented SEAT & Chrysler Jeep in Hull to Riverside Motor Group for an undisclosed sum.
The number of new companies listing on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in Q1 2015 has fallen by 63% from the previous quarter, according to our research.
We are delighted to announce the addition of Lee Collins FIMI to our automotive sector team in Manchester.
Our automotive team are delighted to announce the sale of Maserati in Cardiff to Motorline.
George Osborne announced this morning that a new strict liability criminal offence will be introduced for those holding undisclosed offshore accounts.
The Budget report includes announcements that both the Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility (the “LDF”) and the Crown Dependencies Disclosure Facilities will be closing at the end of 2015 “in advance of a new disclosure facility”.
Although today’s budget steps up the threshold for the higher rate tax band to £43,300 for 2017/18, it is almost certain that there will be more higher rate tax payers in 2018 than in 2010.
The Chancellor’s Budget statement provided no real additional stimulus for the automotive sector apart from an announced £100m investment in driverless technology, coupled with a slower than expected rise in benefit in kind charges for electric vehicles.