Swiss give clear ‘yes’ to corporate tax reform

The new legislation will bring Switzerland into line with international tax rules by cutting out preferential rates offered to multinationals, while lowering baseline rates in an effort to prevent them fleeing to more attractive destinations.


Tax & Brexit for EU and UK businesses

EU based businesses, which would prefer to operate in a constant and certain environment, are left having to guess how they will be able to transact with the UK once Brexit takes place.


Tax relief loophole 'not cost effective' to fix

Mr Hammond said it was not cost effective to act on this anomaly, repeating the view previously expressed by John Glen, economic secretary to the Treasury, in front of the Work and Pensions committee.


Significant Changes in the 19/20 Tax Year by Penny Lovell

If you’re a parent or grandparent putting savings into a Junior ISA, you’ll also want to adjust the family’s contributions to ensure you’re making the most of the new limit, which has risen from £4,260 to £4,368.