£700 cash boost could be given to Universal Credit claimants to...
UNIVERSAL CREDIT claimants could be given a cash boost worth over £700 to help with rising bills and living costs,...READ MORE
On 1 April 2019, the UK introduced new anti-profit fragmentation legislation intended to counter cross border structures which result in a tax mismatch.
The rules are intended to apply where UK value is transferred or undervalued, resulting in that value being realised in a lower tax jurisdiction.
The rules place an obligation on taxpayers to prove that the arrangements are priced at arm’s length which means pricing the arrangements on the terms that would apply if there was no relationship between the UK person or company and the overseas person or company.
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