Brexit, which came into place on 31st January 2020 was the departure of the UK from the European Union.


Brexit Tax

Despite the Brexit mess non-residence for tax purposes is becoming more popular than ever. Still, the sale of properties and dealing with subsequent capital gains tax liabilities needs carefully planned and executed.

Whereas wealthy foreigners could, at one time

Brexit Article

Brexit impact has been a hot topic of debate in our offices over the last several months. We have been asking what effect, if any, that Brexit will have on us as professional accountants and tax advisers, as well as

Eurozone Unemployment Rises to Record High

This April the Eurozone unemployment rate stood at 12.2% and more than 95,000 new people were out of work and the 17 countries using the Euro had a total of 19.38 million unemployed persons with both Greece and Spain having

Corporate Tax Avoidance Action Sought at EU Summit by David Cameron

EU leaders have been urged to help take action on extreme corporate tax avoidance schemes by large corporations at the latest EU summit. Although such practices are entirely legal in nature David Cameron is seeking to point out in Brussels