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Common pitfalls we see in diligence and an update on anti-hybrid for PE fund investors.
How to develop a tax strategy for intellectual property after recent UK tax changes.
Guidance as to how the Warshaw decision affects private equity share structures.
A summary of the new ‘alternative’ equity test which may apply to certain private equity executives.
Some guidance about the advice you may need and information about personal tax regimes in other jurisdictions.
A summary of where we are now on remittances, bank accounts, rebasing and becoming deemed domicile.
Having an ongoing dialogue with a tax advisor on the structure of your personal assets as your career evolves.
The main announcements affecting private equity and the businesses backed by PE are mainly those related to the changes to Entrepreneurs’ Relief (ER).
Under the new corporation tax losses rules applying from 1 April 2017 there is a restriction on the level of brought forward losses which can be used by a company within a tax year.
The UK has implemented anti-hybrid rules based on Action 2 of BEPS for company accounting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2017.
The UK plans to introduce new digital filing and record keeping requirements for VAT.
The Corporate Criminal Offence of ‘Failure to prevent facilitation of tax evasion’ (CCO) was introduced by the Criminal Finances Act 2017 and took effect on 30 September 2017.
The new rules determining how non-UK domiciled individuals and non-resident trusts are taxed have been in force since 6 April 2017.
UK fund managers and advisors that are structured as LLPs are typically treated as tax transparent partnerships for UK income tax purposes.