Tax issues of transferring shares
While tax issues/implications of share transfers fall mainly on the seller of the shares, there are also consequences for the buyer.
Our complete guide to everything IR35. If you're working in the UK as a consultant, freelancer, contractor, or hiring those who are, read on.
IR35 Guide for Freelancers
Here's the IR35 Guide for Freelancers when doing freelance work in the UK - Also linked toolkit to what's IR35 and how to stay out of IR35.
How to be outside IR35
With the April tax changes in the UK, consultants, freelancers, and contractors may need to make some small adaptions to the way they work to make sure they can clearly be outside IR35 for their next tax return.
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You may have heard the term bandied around but what exactly is IR35? If you are self-employed, or employ contractors of any sort, you need to invest some time investigating this term.
IR35 2021 Checklist
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Is It Illegal To Eat and Drive?
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E-sign Laws: Hong Kong
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The ABCs of Annual General Meetings
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The Post-Brexit Relationship Between Hong Kong, Singapore, and the UK
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The Most Common Employment Contract Disputes
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A Guide To Garden Leave In The UK
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Tax Rules for Foreign Employment in the UK: Part 2
Tax requirements, whether as an employer or employee, can be complicated. Understanding options like split year treatment can save your bacon come tax time
Tax Rules for Foreign Employment in the UK: Part 1
Working overseas? Employing a foreign employee in the UK? Understanding your tax requirements is essential to protecting yourself from errors come tax time
UK Startup Grants You Probably Don’t Even Know About
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The Future Of Data Processing In Driverless Cars
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Five Questions on Will Writing (And the Answers)
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