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Latest News & Events
HMRC investigating 171 professional football players – up 90% in just a year
HMRC is increasingly engaging in ‘fishing’ expeditions to catch football players out over image rights payments which it believes are being used to avoid tax.
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.
Britain shows red card to Europe
Elliott Buss, head of our national sports desk, considers the impact of Brexit on the British sport industry.
UHY International capability statement 2019
This year’s edition includes again some great case studies from a range of international clients across a variety of industry sectors including: minerals, electronics and IT, energy, construction, media and communications, pharmaceutical, transport & infrastructure and retail.
UHY International capability statement 2018
This year’s edition includes again some great case studies from a range of international clients across a variety of industry sectors including: engineering and industrial, media and communications, leisure, health sciences and biotech and financial services.
Film investments and crippling tax bills
So called ‘Tax Avoidance Schemes’ and ‘Premier League footballers’ have once again made press headlines following reports that 129 top level players are facing enormous tax bills due to their investments in film schemes in the early 2000’s. But is the demonising fair?