The employment status minefield

Kye Burchmore Tax and Financial Planning Leave a Comment

Employment status is a hot topic with government consultations underway in 2018 on the issues of employment status and IR35 in the private sector. Add this to the changes that were made in IR35 in the public sector in 2017, the amendment to the agency legislation and subsequent reporting requirements that were imposed in 2014 and 2015 respectively, and this …

Residence, Domicile Brexit and UK Taxation by Jonathan Schwarz

Laura Accountancy, Bloomsbury Professional News, Capital Gains Tax, General Taxation, HMRC, International Taxation, Property Tax, Specialist Taxation, Tax and Financial Planning, Taxes Management, VAT and Customs Duties Leave a Comment

Jonathan Schwarz, Barrister, Temple Tax Chambers. Visiting Professor King’s College London. The slender majority referendum vote in favour of the UK leaving the EU has raised questions of tax residence and domicile in a dramatic way. If the UK proceeds to give notice under TFEU Article 50, British citizens resident in other EU Member States and other EU nationals resident …