Corporate tax law becomes more complex each year.
Getting it wrong can be expensive, and time consuming - time that is better spent building your business.
Our Corporate Tax team can work with you to help create tax frameworks which stand the test of time, adaptable to changes within your business or outside it. From large scale projects to bespoke advice on discreet matters, our team has the expertise to support you.
We can assist you with establishing and structuring incentive plans for employees and senior executives, creating both UK and non-UK corporate entities, advising on tax disputes with UK HMRC, VAT matters and the taxation of real estate.
We can also advise you on the tax implications of company transactions such as the acquisition or disposal of businesses, reorganisations and the use of innovative structure to hold assets.
Our team will advise you on changes in tax legislation and reforms that may impact the sectors that you are active in. Bringing together experts in our UK, Luxembourg and French offices we can also advise on international tax matters, working closely with your other trusted advisers.
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Charles Russell Speechlys advises Acora on acquisition of Westgate IT
Westgate IT specialises in providing IT support to businesses in the South West.
Taxation of asset holding companies in alternative fund structures - draft legislation published
The draft legislation is in respect of the much anticipated new regime for asset holding companies.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Apposite Capital on acquisition of i2a Diagnostics
i2a is a leading provider of laboratory instruments, software and reagents for the clinical microbiology market in France.
Finance Bill 21/22: the implications for corporate taxpayers
The Finance Bill 2021-2022 was published yesterday. What impact will this have on corporate tax payers?
Is now the optimal time to sell your company?
Charles Russell Speechlys shortlisted for Best EIS/SEIS Legal/Regulatory Adviser at 2021 EISA Awards
The Awards denote excellence and recognise the achievements of EIS/SEIS practitioners over the past year.
Brexit and withholding taxes
A key change at the end of the transition period is that the UK is no longer bound by either the EU PSD or IRD.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Avicenna Group on duo of pharmacy group acquisitions
The acquisition takes Avicenna to a total of 135 pharmacy branches.
Charles Russell Speechlys advises Apollo Aerospace Components on acquisition of NYK Component Solutions
Apollo is an aerospace and defence supplier.
New tax on property developers - consultation paper published
The government published a consultation paper on the design of the new residential property developers tax.
Odey and Hffx: partnerships with mixed membership
Examining two decisions relating to remuneration arrangements in partnerships with individual and corporate membership.
Helen Coward, Hugh Gunson and Guy Bud write for Tax Journal on remuneration arrangements in partnerships with mixed membership
Odey Asset Management LLP and HFFX LLP consider the law relating to remuneration arrangements in partnerships with mixed membership.
eprivateclient and Wealth Briefing cover the news of the hire of tax specialist Annika Fünfschilling in Zurich
Annika joined as a Senior Associate in the firm's Zurich office on 15 March 2021.
Charles Russell Speechlys develops Zurich offering with the hire of Annika Fünfschilling
Annika is an attorney-at-law and Swiss certified tax expert, and becomes the first Swiss-qualified lawyer working from the Zurich office.
Mixed news for corporation tax payers in today’s Budget
The announcement brings good news for the short term - and bad news in the longer term for corporation tax payers.
Helen Coward quoted by Yahoo News and eprivateclient on the increases to corporation tax announced in the Chancellor's Budget
Rishi Sunak unveiled several tax increases across multiple areas and what dates they will be implemented.
VAT Reverse Charge for Construction: Now, never, later?
EMI share options, Covid-19, and Brexit – where are we now?
What are the new measures to employers operating EMI schemes that have been affected by the pandemic?
Is UK construction missing out on Research & Development tax credits?
Building anxieties: The impact of a possible CGT rate rise on housebuilders
As the March 2021 budget approaches and a potential CGT rate rise, what does it mean for housebuilders?