Wilder Coe wins at the Integra International 14th Cross Border Tax Conference in Rome

We are pleased to announce that Wilder Coe won the award for “Largest International Tax Case of the Year” at this year’s Integra International Cross Border Tax Conference. This year’s conference was held in Rome on 21st September 2019 and our Tax Partner, Tim Cook attended and accepted the award on behalf of the firm. The combination of Wilder Coe providing a variety of services Read more…

Businesses taking extra cash-flow measures ahead of Brexit

According to the latest research, small business owners are increasing the amount of cash they’re holding in current accounts ahead of Brexit. The Hampshire Trust Bank (HTB) surveyed 500 companies whose turnovers ranged from below £500,000 to £100 million. The research found that since the announcement of the UK’s plan to leave the European Union (EU), business owners have increased the amount of money in Read more…

Government delays introduction of VAT reverse charge!

The controversial introduction of the VAT reverse charge in the construction sector has been postponed by a year and will now take place on 1 October 2020, following concerns that the industry wasn’t ready for this monumental change. The new VAT reverse charge had been due to come into force on 1 October this year, but having been informed by industry bodies that this would Read more…