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Changes to the tax rules for non-domiciled individual (effect from 6 April 2017)

Changes to the tax rules for non-domiciled individual (effect from 6 April 2017)

An abbreviated version of this article is featured in the CityWire’s Tax Matters column. Definition and types of domicile Domicile is an old English Law concept which has a bearing on how your clients are taxed. There are four basic types of domicile: Domicile of Origin Everyone has a domicile of origin; it normally comes from your father and his father, back up the male Read more…

7 Top Tips for Debt Management

7 Top Tips for Debt Management

We all work hard in our businesses to provide our clients with the goods and services they require. It can then be very frustrating if we do not get paid on time. Effective credit control systems and management are fundamentally important to the success of your business. Sometimes it is all about being organised and timely when it comes to managing your creditors and avoiding Read more…

Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) – Does it apply to you?

Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) – Does it apply to you?

Do you own a UK residential property with a value of more than £500,000 through a company or other corporate vehicle ? If so, then you are probably within the ATED regime. You will need to make sure that you file a return and pay the tax due for the year 2017/2018 by 30th April this year. If you do not file a return, then Read more…

Thinking about starting a business?

Thinking about starting a business?

Starting a business is one of the most important and exciting moments for an entrepreneur. The United Kingdom is one of the most popular locations for forming companies because of the ease of incorporation, the relatively low cost and the confidence that is placed in UK companies by the business world. This list of tips is designed to assist anyone considering starting a business using Read more…

Wilder Coe Limited is proud to announce Pauline Hudd, Head of Stamp Taxes as our newest partner

Wilder Coe Limited is proud to announce Pauline Hudd, Head of Stamp Taxes as our newest partner

Pauline Hudd – an experienced stamp taxes specialist –joined Wilder Coe LTD in March 2016, and we are delighted to announce her new position as a partner in the firm. Pauline has extensive experience in all types of transactions, gained through her years in practice at KPMG, and previously in her role as Assistant Controller at HMRC Stamp Office. She advises on property purchases and Read more…

UK-based Retirement Accounts for US Taxpayers webinar

UK-based Retirement Accounts for US Taxpayers webinar

We are pleased to announce that Tax Partner, Tim Cook,  will be speaking in an upcoming Strafford live webinar, “U.K.-Based Retirement Accounts for U.S. Taxpayers: Mastering Reporting, Maximizing Planning Opportunities” scheduled for Wednesday, September 7, 1:00pm-2:50pm EDT. Because of your affiliation with Wilder Coe Ltd, you are eligible to attend this program at half off. As long as you use the links above, the offer Read more…

Accounting firms hit by BT internet service outage

Accounting firms hit by BT internet service outage

This article has been taken from CCH Daily published 20/07/16  A broadband service outage suffered by BT and its customers affected firms and agents across the country after the Government Gateway was knocked out, preventing submissions and affecting tax compliance. The fault saw agents unable to log in, while some were unable to access the site altogether. HMRC confirmed the outage was caused by BT’s Read more…

Wilder Coe Ltd is pleased to introduce James Colclough, Head of Corporate Tax

Wilder Coe Ltd is pleased to introduce James Colclough, Head of Corporate Tax

James Colclough has joined Wilder Coe in June as their new Head of Corporate Tax. He will be one of the two tax partners here who will provide both corporate as well as personal tax services. James has held senior tax positions in numerous London firms and has experience in running his own practice. On the corporate side his area of expertise covers all areas Read more…

Wilder Coe Partners attribute service sector slow-down to EU Referendum Uncertainty

Wilder Coe Partners attribute service sector slow-down to EU Referendum Uncertainty

Partners at Wilder Coe are attributing a slow-down in the service sector to the uncertainty around the outcome of the EU Referendum as well as Bank of England inaction, the introduction of the National Living Wage and the dumping of cheap Chinese steel. The Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) for the service sector, published in May by the research firm Markit and the Chartered Institute of Read more…

Introducing our new Stamp Taxes Services

Introducing our new Stamp Taxes Services

Wilder Coe is proud to introduce the latest addition to their team of experts: Pauline Hudd. Pauline is an experienced stamp taxes specialist who has just joined Wilder Coe after working with KPMG for 14 years. With stamp taxes in UK payable on any transfer of UK shares and all transactions in UK land, and with the rules becoming increasingly complex, there is renewed focus Read more…