The Chancellor of the Exchequer will unveil the new Government’s first budget on 11th March 2020.
Our London E-Team Co-Group Leader, James Cowper Kreston, are hosting 2 seminars and a webinar at which they will cover the main changes that have been announced and how these will impact you and your business.
During the events particular attention will be given to any changes in:
- Tax efficient profit extraction
- R&D tax relief
- Capital allowances
- Tax planning opportunities
- VAT & Customs Duty
- Tax allowances
- Inheritance tax
- Capital gains tax
Date: Thursday 12 March 2020
Locations and time:
Newbury Racecourse, Newbury, 8.00am -10.30am (local time)
Solent Conference Centre, Southampton, 12.15pm -2.30pm (local time)
Webinar, your desk, 1.00pm -1.45pm (local time)
Please email Lizzie Uzzell stating which event you would like to attend.
Please click here to register for the webinar.
Generally, in the United Kingdom (UK) it is a requirement for foreign nationals to have a valid visa.
There are some exceptions to this, including returning residents with indefinite leave to enter or remain and, for now, European Union (EU) nationals.
Currently, EU nationals have free entry and gain permanent residency status after five years of exercising their EU Treaty rights in the UK.
After Brexit, EU nationals will be required to confirm their status in the UK, whereas this is voluntary at the moment.
The UK offers several visa routes for Expats depending upon their particular circumstances.
Paula McGeown from Do Your Own Visa has written a guide to assist expats with understanding and obtaining the right visa for their situation.
In this guide Paula writes about;
- Work Visas
- Business and Investment Visas
- Temporary Visas
The UK offers a range of visas that are designed for highly skilled professional workers, investors, business people and students.
Download the publication here.