Commercial Client Articles

Making Waivers of Dividends Work

When a company is set up, it is common to divide the shares in it in approximately equal proportions amongst the subscribers. Whether or not...

VAT and Electronic Goods – Take Care

In order to combat ‘missing trader’ fraud, which is estimated to have cost the Exchequer hundreds of millions of pounds, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC)...

Employee Fraud – Fraud Act 2006

Employee fraud continues to rise as the recession continues to bite - however,  the Fraud Act 2006 provisions make it easier to obtain convictions for...

Brief Guide to the Administration of Troncs

The long-running series of disputes between employers in the hospitality industry and HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) concerning the taxation of employees’ tips and their...

Employee Fraud: Warning Signs

Employee fraud was a boom area even before the recession started.  ‘Targeted’ frauds, often backed by organised criminals, are also becoming more common. In these...

Page 11 of 13...910111213

Commercial Client News

Get it Right or ElseJune 26, 2017

A recent case illustrates the sort of consequences that can arise from failing to take sufficient care over details when completing a claim for overpaid...

Get it Right or ElseJune 26, 2017

A recent case illustrates the sort of consequences that can arise from failing to take sufficient care over details when completing a claim for overpaid...

Get it Right or ElseJune 26, 2017

A recent case illustrates the sort of consequences that can arise from failing to take sufficient care over details when completing a claim for overpaid...

Early Conciliation and Second CertificatesJune 20, 2017

For Employment Tribunal (ET) claims lodged on or after 6 May 2014, it is a legal requirement, unless an exemption applies, for the claimant to...

Early Conciliation and Second CertificatesJune 20, 2017

For Employment Tribunal (ET) claims lodged on or after 6 May 2014, it is a legal requirement, unless an exemption applies, for the claimant to...

Page 11 of 365...910111213...203040...