Ireland Succumbs To Election Fever...
As the UK gears up to begin the process of leaving the European Union at the end of the month (the implications of which are still, to be honest, as clear as mud in terms of trade and tax matters)... Continue Reading »
Reforms Continue Apace, Offshore Centers Muscle In...
As people drift slowly back to work after their festive break (extended in some cases, but not in mine - no rest for the wicked!), you might expect things to begin slowing down on the tax reform front... Continue Reading »
Festive Break? Not so much...
Well, I hope you're all rested after a nice uneventful festive break. No? Well, at least nothing much has been happening in the tax world. Also no?... Continue Reading »
Election Ends British Brexit Battle
Well, the electoral dice in the United Kingdom have finally fallen, and whatever your feelings on the outcome of the recent contest, the significant majority handed to Prime Minister Boris Johnson by the electorate at least permits... Continue Reading »
North America Presses On With Tax Reforms
As the UK election campaign rattles shakily on, just about remaining on the rails, this week we'll be hopping across the Atlantic to look at progress with regard to US tax reform... Continue Reading »
Digital Take Center Stage...
Turning away, once more, from the pre-election chaos ensuing in the United Kingdom (just under ten days before some degree of sanity, or least certainty, can hopefully be resumed!), and digital taxes are the order of the... Continue Reading »
Budgets Bypass Manifestos, Manifestly
Political manifestos are flying like confetti in the United Kingdom, and likely containing measures with as much longevity as the same, lasting just long enough to pull the political party... Continue Reading »
Reforms Continue Apace...
With everything going on in the world at the moment, you'd think that wide-ranging tax reform might be the furthest from governments' minds. And yet, and yet... Continue Reading »
A Mixed Bag of Swiss Rolls and VAT Selection Packs...
As election fever takes hold in the United Kingdom, with the odds reportedly narrowing slightly in favor of the governing Conservative Party returning to power (at least at the time of writing)... Continue Reading »
A Flurry Of Activity
As the political turmoil continues unabated in the United Kingdom in the run-up to the December 12 general election, it occurs that the United States has been sadly neglected in this column in the last weeks and months, an oversight that we will... Continue Reading »