Moore Kingston Smith launches new global mobility strategy service offering

30.05.22

Why think about strategy? Strategy is about the critical choices facing a business. But why do you need a Global mobility strategy? Why not just react to the demands of the business? How is strategy for Global Mobility different from the business strategy? Strategy is about articulating the critical choices facing those responsible for leading…

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Newsletter: Moore Media 360 (May 2022)

26.05.22

Welcome to the latest edition of Moore Media 360, which is our collection of topical content from our member firms and clients from around the world. While this edition focuses on a number of topics, its spotlight is on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG). Here, we look at the different elements of ESG and question…

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Recovery Matters Spring 2022: Moore Kingston Smith Licensed Insolvency welcomes new partner Neil Mather

04.05.22

Welcome Neil Mather! By Ian Robert I am delighted to welcome Neil to the team. A renowned figure in the industry, his breadth of experience spanning many sectors, with particular specialisation in financial services, insurance and property will support the increasing amount of high-value work we are being engaged for, as well as bringing a…

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Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings

28.04.22

If you own a UK residential property through a “non-natural person”, you may fall within the Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) regime, even if you are a non UK resident. The ATED legislation requires any company holding UK residential property valued above £500,000 to submit an annual ATED return and to pay an ATED…

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R&D tax credits supporting Indian corporates innovating in the UK- what are the changes and do you qualify?

25.04.22

UK R&D tax credits, launched in 2000, form a crucial part of the UK government’s policy to reward innovation in business by reducing the actual cost of investment in improving products and processes. According to HMRC, the average R&D claim for an SME is in excess of £50,000 and in excess of £600,000 for large…

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Tax relief – Museums and Galleries Exhibition

25.04.22

Some museums and galleries are eligible for Museums and Galleries Exhibition Tax Relief (ETR). This relief can increase the amount of expenditure that is allowable as a deduction for tax purposes or, if the company makes a loss, can be surrendered for a payable tax credit. This can provide a subsidy towards the costs of…

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Tax relief – Theatre

25.04.22

Some theatre productions are eligible for Theatre Tax Relief. This relief can increase the amount of expenditure that is allowable as a deduction for tax purposes or, if the company makes a loss, can be surrendered for a payable tax credit. This can provide a subsidy towards the costs of producing a Theatrical Production. At…

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Tax relief – Orchestra

23.04.22

Some orchestral concerts are eligible for orchestra tax relief. This relief can increase the amount of expenditure that is allowable as a deduction for tax purposes or, if the company makes a loss, can be surrendered for a payable tax credit. This can provide a subsidy towards the costs of producing an orchestral concert or,…

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Tax relief – Video games

23.04.22

Video games tax relief (VGTR) is part of the UK government’s strategy to promote the creative sector in the UK through generous tax reliefs. Qualifying companies can claim an additional deduction in calculating their taxable profits. Where an additional deduction results in a loss, companies are entitled to surrender losses for a payable tax credit.…

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Tax relief – High-end television and animation production

23.04.22

Tax relief for high end television and animation production is one of a number of tax reliefs for the creative sector. These are intended to help support technological innovation and ensure that companies working in highly creative industries continue to contribute to the UK’s economic growth and to British culture. Please download our flyer for…

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