Exploring tax from an ESG perspective with the Fair Tax Foundation
Taxing Matters
by RPC
1w ago
In this month's episode, Alexis Armitage, RPC's Taxing Matters host and Senior Associate in our Tax Disputes team, is joined by Paul Monaghan, Chief Executive and co-founder of the Fair Tax Foundation to discuss the growing interest in tax from an ESG perspective, and the work of the Fair Tax Foundation. In this special episode for Fair Tax Week, Alexis and Paul discuss: the Fair Tax Foundation and its aims tax transparency and good governance how organisations can become Fair Tax Mark accredited the requirements for accreditation key performance indicators. If you would like to discuss a ..read more
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The latest on the loan charge scandal with Matt Hall from Armadillo
Taxing Matters
by RPC
3w ago
In this episode, Alexis Armitage, RPC's Taxing Matters host and Senior Associate in our Tax Disputes team, is joined by Chartered Tax Adviser, Matt Hall from Armadillo to discuss the latest on what is often referred to as the "loan charge scandal". This episode considers the loan charge controversy, including: The background to the introduction of the charge. Those primarily impacted by the charge. Why it remains relevant today for so many taxpayers. What can be done to resolve the loan charge saga once and for all. If you would like to discuss any of the matters raised in this episode, p ..read more
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Changes to non-domiciliary rules with Philip Simpson KC and Ben Symons
Taxing Matters
by RPC
1M ago
In this episode, Alexis Armitage, RPC's Taxing Matters host and Senior Associate in our Tax Disputes team, is joined by Philip Simpson KC and Ben Symons from Old Square Tax Chambers to discuss the Government's Spring Budget and, in particular, the proposed changes that will affect non-UK domiciled individuals. This episode covers the major changes to the UK's non-domicile regime proposed by the Government, including: The shift from domiciled-based taxation of individuals to the new residence basis for taxation of individuals. Transitional reliefs for current non-domiciled individuals. The i ..read more
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International Women's Day special – Inspiring inclusion with Tax Titan Trio
Taxing Matters
by RPC
3M ago
To celebrate International Women's Day 2024, we have produced a special episode of RPC's Taxing Matters podcast in which we discuss this year's campaign theme #InspireInclusion and what it means to each of our guest speakers.   RPC's Taxing Matters host and Senior Associate in RPC's Tax Disputes team, Alexis Armitage is joined by three inspirational female leaders working in tax:  Tasneem Kadiri, Tax Director for UK & Ireland at L’Oréal.  Dipti Thakrar, M&A Tax Practice Lead at Hitachi Energy.   Ashling Donnelly, Head of Tax at Trainline. Hosted on Acast. S ..read more
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A whistle-stop tour of the taxation of international sports and rock stars with Patrick Way KC
Taxing Matters
by RPC
4M ago
In this episode, RPC's Taxing Matters Host and Senior Associate in RPC's Tax Disputes team, Alexis Armitage, will be discussing the taxation of international sports and rock stars with leading silk, Patrick Way KC.   Patrick is one of the founders of Field Court Tax Chambers. He has successfully represented clients at all levels of the UK court system and has acted for both taxpayers and HMRC.   In this episode, the following will be discussed: How HMRC treat payments when musicians sell their rights in respect of recordings and publishing rights How the worldwide sponsorship in ..read more
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Tackling "Tax avoidance" this Christmas season with Sam Brodsky
Taxing Matters
by RPC
6M ago
As the cost of living crisis bites more than ever this year, in this special Christmas episode of RPC's Taxing Matters, we bring you some Christmas cheer by way of a light-hearted discussion of some of the potential ways you may be able to reduce your tax bill. In addition, we'll also have a quick look at Santa's tax position in the run up to Christmas and whether he might be guilty of tax avoidance … or even tax evasion!   We are delighted to be joined by guest speaker Sam Brodsky. Sam is a barrister at Gray's Inn Tax Chambers and has a busy practice covering the full range of UK tax, co ..read more
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A Day in the life of a tax adviser with Jeremy Johnson
Taxing Matters
by RPC
7M ago
In this episode of Taxing Matters, we are joined by Jeremy Johnson, managing director of inTAX Limited.  Jeremy helps clients to manage and resolve HMRC enquiries, and disclosures. Prior to joining inTAX six years ago, Jeremy worked in the tax disputes and investigations team at PwC and Grant Thornton, and before that was an inspector of taxes at HMRC.  Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
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Sanctions Spotlight Session with Alice Kemp
Taxing Matters
by RPC
9M ago
In this episode of Taxing Matters, we are handing over the podcast baton and introducing our new host Alexis Armitage, who is a Senior Associate in RPC's Tax Disputes Team. We couldn’t think of any better way to say our final goodbyes to the fabulous Alice other than by putting her in the hot seat to discuss the topic of the moment, sanctions.   Alice  is an employed barrister at RPC who specialises in sanctions and fraud investigations and litigation conducted by the various UK regulatory bodies.   She has advised financial institutions, corporates and charities on th ..read more
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Let's talk VAT security notices with Joshua Carey
Taxing Matters
by RPC
10M ago
One of the things that becomes clear over the course of one's career is that enforcement trends are important for businesses to be aware of. It is important to notice, not just the macro trends like sanctions compliance and fraud enforcement, but also smaller trends; campaigns against particular tax risks and the relegation of certain information gathering powers to relative obscurity.   In this episode of Taxing Matters, we discuss the rise in one of the smaller trends, the resurgence of the use of the VAT security provisions. These provisions aren't new, but they are experiencing a ..read more
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The power of language when talking about tax with Kirstie Skates
Taxing Matters
by RPC
11M ago
Have you ever wondered about the language we use when we talk about tax? And does that language influence or betray how we feel about tax as individuals or as a society? It turns out it is a hot topic of discussion.   In this episode of Taxing Matters, we are delighted to be joined by Kirstie Skates, founder of “Illume Linguistics”. Illume Linguistics are a team of linguistics experts who specialise in using techniques from language science to analyse organisational customer and community discourse. Their focus is on identifying the underlying assumptions and gaps in understandi ..read more
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