Posts From the monthly archives: "March 2018"

Whilst no further tax rate changes were contained in the Chancellor’s Spring Statement, we did see further traction in the UK corporate road tax for innovators. Consultations were announced to enhance capital funding for RD and innovation with probable tax breaks for business angels and investors in ‘enterprise’. Read more details here…(Read More)

Anyone who has spoken personally to me about this topic, will recall, depending upon their interest levels, a discussion around the volume of legislation open to HMRC and other international tax authorities to counteract profit erosion (polite term), profit shifting, dividend shifting and premium payments for intellectual property assets, rights and similar. There are both…(Read More)

The ‘Science Budget’ of December 2017 made a number of improvements to the tax regime for innovative companies. Headlines include a reduced corporate tax rate (19%) and an uplift in the RDEC R & D tax credit for large companies performing R & D with effect from 01 January 2018. These changes are now passing…(Read More)