- Starbucks yields to UK pressure on corporation tax
- Growing importance of the digital legacy
- Canada Revenue Agency extends tax filing deadline following “Heartbleed” chaos
Starbucks yields to UK pressure on corporation tax
The US-owned coffee shop chain Starbucks is to move its European corporate headquarters (HQ) to London, following criticism of its tactics to minimise UK corporation tax bills.Read more
The company's European HQ is currently based in the Netherlands, where it has negotiated a favourable tax deal.
Growing importance of the digital legacy
Testators are increasingly being advised to leave clear instructions about their 'digital legacies' after their death.Read more
The latest organisation to stress the importance of online assets is the Law Society.
Canada Revenue Agency extends tax filing deadline following “Heartbleed” chaos
The filing deadline for Canadian individual taxpayers has been extended, following a virus scare that led to the shutdown of Canada Revenue Agency’s (CRA) online services.Read more
May 1 is normally the end of the personal tax season...
Family business: a portrait
The second STEP Journal roundtable, sponsored by Northern Trust, saw family business advisors gather together for an animated discussion about philanthropic trends, how b…Read more >
Trusts and trust-like structures
When is a trust not a trust? And when is a company not a company? Patrick Delas explains.Read more >
Tipping the balance
How many extra services must a property-letting business provide to be deemed ‘mainly’ a trading business, and therefore qualify for inheritance tax business property…Read more >