MHA | Tax Refresher - Issue 18

Tax Refresher - Issue 18

Posted on: June 15th 2023 · read

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Welcome to the latest issue of Tax Refresher, our bi-monthly newsletter for large corporate and international businesses. In this issue, we delve into several crucial developments that are shaping the landscape of taxation and economic policies. 

From Global Minimum Tax Rules and Pillar Two initiatives to the latest updates on Capital Allowances, R&D incentives, Plastic Packaging Tax, and VAT changes, we provide you with valuable insights to help you navigate these complex and ever-evolving tax landscapes. So, grab a cup of coffee, sit back, and immerse yourself in the knowledge that will empower you to make informed decisions and stay ahead of the curve in the realm of taxation.

We hope you find our newsletter interesting and informative.

In this issue, you’ll find the following key topics:

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Permanent Establishments for corporation tax for remote workers
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Latest Tax Updates including Global Minimum Tax Rules, Pillar Two, Capital Allowances, R&D, Plastic Packaging Tax and VAT
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Great Conversations from across the Baker Tilly International network, our experts delve into the latest trends that are impacting global businesses. In this issue, we look at AI legal challenges become more complex and The great unretirement? Governments and businesses go hunting for the older worker
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Featured Insights

Has your business thought about Permanent Establishments for corporation tax for remote workers?

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Joint approach to global minimum tax rules

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What are the key changes to the UK R&D Tax Credit Schemes?

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G-7 The Two-Pillar Solution

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Financial Reporting Council Proposes to Temporarily Waive Deferred Tax Accounting Requirement Under Pillar Two Rules

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Get in touch

As ever, if there are any points you wish to discuss further from this issue, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our Corporate Tax team by completing our online enquiry form.

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