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At a time when the priority for the UK government (after dealing with COVID-19, obviously) should be securing a good trade deal with the...
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Will the UK actually introduce its digital services tax (DST)?  The UK DST is intended to apply from 1 April 2020, although the...
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The message was clear at last week's OECD public consultation on the reform of the international tax rules that there is a need to fix...
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In December 2018, I wrote a blog about HMRC’s guidance for individuals on the taxation of cryptoassets. HMRC has, nearly a year later,...
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On the same day as the US begins an investigation into whether the 3% digital services tax (DST) adopted by the French is damaging to US...
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Poland introduced a progressive tax based on turnover in 2016.  Small shops with low monthly turnover paid no tax, whereas large...
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A recent ICAEW report looks at how the digital revolution continues to impact tax administration by comparing the approaches of 12...
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A friend of mine was until recently the proud owner of one Arsenal share, given to him by his father.  Last summer the Arsenal takeover...
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Wouldn't it be great if future technological development enabled tax to be calculated and taken direct from the taxpayer without the need...
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Cryptoassets (cryptocurrency tokens such as bitcoin) are now so prevalent that HMRC has set out its view of the law about how individuals...
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Discussions continue at a global level on how the international tax rules should be reformed so they work adequately for today’s business...
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The proposed EU Digital Services Tax is not dead but the new proposal is significantly more limited than the original proposal, and than...
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Netflix’s UK accounts are apparently “under examination” by HMRC.According to the Times, Netflix made $485m in worldwide pre-tax profit...
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In the Budget, The Chancellor announced the introduction of a “narrowly targeted” Digital Services Tax.   It is indeed narrowly targeted,...