Thursday 12th January - 1pm GMT
KPMG is running a series of webinars providing insights into topical international tax matters.In this webinar, we will consider the recently published multilateral Instrument. Our discussion will include an analysis of its scope, in terms of the areas of tax it will cover, and how we expect it to operate in practice. This webinar offers you a chance to hear from KPMG's International Tax team and to ask them your questions.
Are you struggling to put real numbers around the potential impact on your supply chain of Brexit? Is your supply chain able to respond to the challenges that additional borders, cost and complexity could bring?
Join us on the 7th December at 1pm (GMT) to explore how KPMG currently helps a variety of organisations to quantify the potential impact of Brexit, and identify what supply chains will be impacted, which of their products are likely to suffer an increase in duty post-Brexit and discover scenarios under different ‘exit’ options. KPMG’s Tax Intelligence Solution for Brexit can model the potential change to organisations’ duty and VAT profile post-Brexit and provide with insights and metrics which will help shape internal discussions.
In this webinar on 13th December 2016 at 1 GMT, we will cover the new rules that have been announced which will limit the corporate tax deductibility of interest expense in the UK. These rules will come into effect from 1 April 2017 and represent a significant shift in how the amount of deductible interest is calculated. Detailed draft legislation is expected to be published next week as part of the draft Finance Bill 2017.
Daniel Head, National Head of Transfer Pricing in the UK and Kashif Javed,Partner, International Tax will take you through the draft legislation anddiscuss some practical implications of the new rules.
View the recording of our Autumn Statement webinar covering the measures from the Novermber 23rd announcement.The webinar covered tax for businesses, individuals and employers.
The 2016 Finance Bill introduced a requirement that certain entities are now required to publish their tax strategy on the internet. This is an annual requirement that will take effect in the first accounting period beginning after 15 September 2016.
The legislation will broadly apply to the following:
In this webinar we will provide a summary of the requirements of the new regime and our insights concerning the practical considerations that will need to be taken into account.
BEPS Action 13, which includes Country by Country Reporting (CBCR), is one of the first implemented actions of the OECD’s BEPS Action plan - with the UK adopting the OECD’s recommendations in full for all accounting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2016. All multinationals with a UK tax resident ultimate parent and consolidated group revenues above the sterling equivalent of €750m will be required to submit the required documentation to HMRC within 12 months of the year-end.
In this webinar we will provide a summary of the reporting requirements and provide our insights on how best to prepare for the first filing obligations under the new regime.
In addition to the OECD’s proposals, the EU has also made a number of recommendations which would require the country by country report to be made public. We will also provide an update on these proposals and their wider impact on your group.
As the summer approaches and with so much change to UK taxation, executives need to remain informed, potentially poised to take action in Autumn 2016.
This webcast led by our funds and private client tax specialists providing insight by our experts in this field. It will arm individuals with the up to date position on the uncertain climate that currently surrounds the taxation of carried interest and/or non-UK domiciled individuals.
Areas covered in the Webcast include: Carried Interest Summer Budget 2015 (together with subsequent changes) had major implications for the remuneration of Private Equity fund executives, as new rules give rise to significant changes to the tax treatment of carried interest. Whilst HMRC guidance is awaited, decisions cannot always wait. Non-UK Domiciled Individuals Particularly impacted by the carried interest changes are non-UK domiciled fund executives, as gains previously outside the UK tax net could be brought into charge.
This is in addition to broader proposals due to be introduced from 6 April 2017 impacting the taxation of non-UK domiciled individuals which the government continues to consult on separately, providing a “perfect storm” for individuals to navigate through.
On Demand Webinar
With the upcoming deadline for CRS why not listen to our pre-recorded webinars titled: Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI) Compliance: Are You Ready?
There are two webinars available, the first focused on the Banking sector and the second on Insurance and Investment management.
Hosted by Michael H. Plowgian, Principal at KPMG in the US who was instrumental in developing the CRS as a Senior Advisor at the OECD prior to KPMG, Jennifer Sponzilli, Global AEOI Lead Partner at KPMG and Peter Grant, Operational Tax Director at KPMG in the UK the webinar aims to help you to understand the practical steps Banks should be taking to ensure they can meet the CRS deadlines.
View our webinar, recorded on 4 May where we talk through practical examples of the key issues arising from the Patent Box legislation contained within Finance (No.2) Bill 2016 published at the end of March. Followed by a live Q&A session with Jerome Cornwall from HM Treasury.
Senior members of KPMG’s Patent Box team were joined by HM Treasury's Senior Policy Advisor for Corporation Tax, to discuss the legislation, what it means for companies that use or would like to use the UK Patent Box and what actions companies should be taking now as a result.
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