Hybrid and distance working: tax implications
The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has issued its most recent and last ever report, ‘Hybrid and distance working: exploring the tax implications of changing working practices’. The main findings include a need for better guidance on existing reliefs and rules, plus a demand for a review of tax reliefs in this area.
International Charities Briefing 2022
Welcome to the first edition of our International Charities Briefing.
HMRC ‘nudge’ letters targeting taxpayers with Euro Pacific Bank accounts
HMRC has confirmed they are investigating UK taxpayers believed to have held or controlled accounts with Euro Pacific Bank. Following the Joint Chiefs of Global Tax Enforcement’s two-year investigation into suspected tax evasion and money laundering involving clients of the bank globally, the Puerto Rico Office of the Commissioner of Financial Institutions (OCIF) has issued […]
haysmacintyre appoints Natasha Frangos as first female Managing Partner
haysmacintyre, the Top 30 firm of chartered accountants and tax advisors, has today announced the appointment of Natasha Frangos as the firm’s new Managing Partner, effective from 1 July 2022.
Brexit series: immigration
We are pleased to share the recording of our immigration webinar with Lizama Thahir, which covered the following topics: General opportunities for businesses in Brexit Workplace visas for EU nationals Overview of business immigration options post Brexit Thank you to everyone who attended the session and to Lizama for sharing her insightful views. View the recording […]
Adjusting to the post-Brexit environment
To help our valued clients through a turbulent start to the year, we’ve launched haysmacintyre’s Brexit series featuring insights from our team of specialists and industry experts, covering everything you might need to know about how the UK’s new relationship with the EU could affect your business.