The notion that taxes are unconstitutional and not mentioned in the US Constitution is, like most propaganda, not true. It isn’t even a little white lie, it’s a great big whopper. 445 more words
By Oliver Biernat and Carlos Frühbeck
All tax experts at GGI member firms are cordially invited by the GGI International Taxation Practice Group to its famed winter meeting. 1,034 more words
Perhaps the biggest surprise this year came in the form of Mr Osborne’s U-turn on tax credit cuts. His plans set out in the Summer Budget proved unpopular both inside and outside parliament and his U-turn on Wednesday was largely welcomed. 256 more words
With Christmas fast approaching, a reminder of the tax implications of Christmas parties and gifts provided to staff.
A Christmas party for your employees is considered entertaining, but there is a tax exemption for employee entertaining that applies to ‘annual parties’, which are open to all staff. 97 more words
In the 11 years that I’ve been working, I finally got to save a 6-month emergency fund.
In my case, my target was to save six times my monthly salary: should I find myself out of work, I will have six months to find a new job before I panic. 957 more words