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Bossing the rules: lowering the standard?

Topic: Professional and Financial Risks 27.01.2020 Read more
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Full and frank disclosure means more than just putting relevant matters in evidence – a new year warning in UKIP v Braine & Others

Topic: Commercial Disputes 24.01.2020 Read more
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Disciplinary investigations against architects #2 - Complaints to the ARB

Topic: Professional and Financial Risks 23.01.2020 Read more
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SSE Generation – UT considers the meaning of structure for the purposes of capital allowances

Topic: Tax Take 22.01.2020 Read more
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New year's (tax) resolutions

Topic: RPC Big Deal 21.01.2020 Read more
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Bossing the rules: Your obligations to report concerns

Topic: Professional and Financial Risks 20.01.2020 Read more
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Freezing orders: when will past conduct show a real risk of dissipation?

Topic: Commercial Disputes 16.01.2020 Read more
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Taylor Pearson – input tax on fees incurred in implementing a tax scheme

Topic: Tax Take

Published by Nicole Kostic, Senior Associate

In Taylor Pearson (Construction) Limited v HMRC [2019] UKFTT 691 (TC), the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) has held that input tax on fees incurred in implementing a tax scheme, intended to remunerate directors in a tax efficient manner, was deductible.

15.01.2020 Read more
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BrewBlog: Sober ad campaign leaves brewery with an unwanted hangover.

Topic: Retail Therapy 14.01.2020 Read more
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A new issue for SIPP providers?

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk

Published by Ashley Daniells, Associate and more.

Self invested personal pension providers are facing a new type of complaint brought in relation to investments made via investment managers – is this a potential area of risk for SIPPs or is this taking their obligations one step too far?

14.01.2020 Read more