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Statutory Tax Residence Rules - One Year On >

The statutory tax residence rules (“SRT”) have now been in force for a year. Our experience is that they are complex but, on the positive side, unlike the old case law system it is now possible to have certainty over your tax residence status as long as you design a plan carefully and stick to it and keep careful records of where you have been.

Posted on 11 Apr 2014 in Legal Updates Read More >

Budget 2014: Reflections for businesses and investors >

The Budget contained some interesting surprises for pensioners and savers as well as some business boosting measures. We are leaving the detailed budget reviews to the many other advisers who will be sending you updates and instead we have focused on some of the issues we think may potentially be of interest to businesses and investors.

Posted on 04 Apr 2014 in Legal Updates Read More >

Иммиграция >

Мы широко известны в Великобритании как практика, занимающаяся иммиграционным правом. По рейтингам Chambers UK и Legal 500 наша команда занимает лидирующую позицию в иммиграционном праве, поскольку мы славимся своей способностью находить для наших клиентов выход из сложных ситуаций в условиях постоянно меняющихся требований иммиграционных законов Великобритании.

Posted on 17 Mar 2014 in Legal Updates Read More >

Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs) >

The long awaited Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO), the new legal form for charities finally became available in January 2013. The first CIOs – including The Better Way To Be Foundation, established by BWB partners for their own charitable giving - were registered on 2 January.

Posted on 03 Mar 2014 in Legal Updates Read More >

TUPE and the Protection of Immigration Status >

On 6 April 2014 UKVI will be introducing a change to the Immigration Rules to cater for Tier 2 (Intra-Company Transfer) (ICT) migrants who are subject to a TUPE transfer. The change will be relevant to migrants who wish to extend their stay in the UK under that category.

Posted on 03 Mar 2014 in Legal Updates Read More >