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Post Election Update – Brexit – Imports, living & working in the UK

Please excuse this global e-mail. I have written it because, following yesterday’s UK election, it now looks likely that “Brexit Day”, the day that the UK will leave the EU, will actually happen on the 31 January 2020. Following this there will be a “transitional period that lasts until at least 31 December 2020. What […]

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Health Tourism and VAT

Health tourism and VAT The health tourism business is an interesting area because it combines three types of VAT supplies: exempt services (the provision of health services is usually an exempt supply) standard rate services (for example, commissions charged) TOMS services (for example hotels & the like) This note looks at some of the issues […]

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An overview of UK PAYE

Purpose of this note This note provides an overview of the UK Pay as You Earn (PAYE) system and discusses how it is applied to non-UK employees and nationals. Overview Pay as You Earn Pay as You Earn (PAYE) is the method by which UK companies deduct Income Tax and social security tax (called National […]

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Seed Enterprise & Enterprise Investment Schemes

The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) is a fantastic scheme. It helps small, early-stage companies raise their first tranche of equity finance. Investors that use this scheme to buy new shares in an approved company can reduce their tax bill by 50% of their investment. The maximum that they can invest in an SEIS company is £100,000/year.

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What fundamental legal concepts do I need to know?

This briefing note describes some fundamental legal concepts that are important to running a UK business. It is an abbreviated extract from a book written by Simon Edrich “Doing Business in Great Britain” which is due to be published shortly.

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Will my business be taxed in the UK or abroad?

Many overseas people that set up a UK company believe that it will automatically pay tax in the UK, but this is not always the case. This briefing note is about where your business will be taxed.

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