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Airbnb Model Sheds Light On Tech Companies Tax Issues In UK – Zoe Wyatt

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The UK as a Stepping Stone for US Multinationals – Miles Dean

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In wake of Brexit, EU to put Cayman Islands on tax haven blacklist – Miles Dean

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10 Feb 2020

Richer Sounds boss Julian Richer hits back at claims of tax hypocrisy

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, comments in relation to Julian Richer hitting back at claims of tax hypocrisy after he called for millionaires to pay higher tax, but received breaks for handing control of his company to staff, in The Telegraph. Miles’ comments were published in The Telegraph, 10 February 2020, and can be […]

4 Feb 2020

Brexit’s Potential Impact on Use of U.S. Income Tax Treaties

Three and a half years after the UK voted to leave the European Union (EU), British exit (Brexit) finally occurred as of the end of the day on January 31, 2020. One of the many significant impacts of Brexit is the potential loss of treaty benefits that were based upon UK residents being also considered […]

3 Feb 2020

Blockchain and the financial services – Zoe Wyatt

Zoe Wyatt, Partner at Andersen Tax UK, explains that blockchain does not represent Armageddon for the City of London, tax receipts or the UK economy. Zoe’s article was published in FinTech Magazine, 01 February 2020, and can be found here. Blockchain could render the financial services industry irrelevant, killing off the City of London and […]

3 Feb 2020

Risk-takers in fear of losing entrepreneurs’ relief tax break – Miles Dean

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, comments in relation to the Treasury’s plans to scrap entrepreneurs’ relief tax break, in The Sunday Times. Miles’ comments were published in The Sunday Times on 2 February 2020 and can be found here. They were also carried as a letter to the editor, here. These can both be found […]

30 Jan 2020

Could blockchain make the financial services sector irrelevant?

Zoe Wyatt, Partner at Andersen Tax UK, discusses the inevitability of blockchain, whilst exploring banks’ attitudes towards the emergence of new financial technologies, and highlighting how the two can, in fact, work hand in hand. Zoe’s article was published in Finance Monthly, 30 January 2020, and can be found here. The first industrial revolution in […]

29 Jan 2020

Inheritance Tax Faces Radical Overhaul – Miles Dean

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, comments in relation to the news that MPs have called for radical changes to inheritance tax. Mile’s comments were published in Yahoo Finance, Morningstar and Yahoo Finance Canada, 29 January 2020. They were also published in Taxation 4 February 2020, and can be found here. “A cross-party group of […]

29 Jan 2020

US tax valuations for venture-backed companies

Venture-backed companies frequently have valuation concerns regarding equity incentives granted to US-based founders and employees. 409A valuations are most commonly performed to assist companies with setting the strike price for their employee stock options, which needs to be at or above fair market value.

28 Jan 2020

Letter to the Editor regarding millionaires’ hypocrisy over demands for higher tax – Miles Dean

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, discusses several millionaires and celebrities signing a letter calling for higher taxes on millionaires and billionaires, in the Daily Mail. Miles’ comments were published in the Daily Mail, 28 January 2020, and can be found on page 63. The notion that billionaires and millionaires are crying out to pay more […]

28 Jan 2020

Entrepreneurs’ tax relief to be scaled back in Budget – Miles Dean

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, comments in relation to the government’s proposal to cut entrepreneurs’ tax relief in City A.M. Miles’ comments were published in City A.M, 27 January 2020, and can be found here. “The government will reportedly scale back a tax break for entrepreneurs amid concerns it is overly generous to the […]

24 Jan 2020

Footballers and tax schemes – Miles Dean

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, examines footballers and tax schemes with the luxury of hindsight. Miles’ article was published in IFA Magazine, 10 January 2020, and can be found here.   Football and money have been synonymous for a generation as the salaries, image rights and endorsement earnings of footballers (not to mention the […]

21 Jan 2020

Macron and Trump agree to digital tax delay – Miles Dean

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax at Andersen Tax, comments in National Technology News in relation to the news that Macron and Trump will collaborate over France’s planned digital tax to avoid an increase in tariffs. Miles’ comments were published in National Technology News, 21 January 2020, and can be found here. French president Emmanuel Macron has […]

17 Jan 2020

HMRC crackdown on footballers using tax schemes

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax, examines whether it was foreseeable that HMRC and the courts would end up not only attacking tax avoidance schemes, but also shutting down an industry that had gone out of control? Mile’s article was published in Accountancy Daily, 17 January 2020, and can be found here. HMRC is closing […]

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