Corporate Tax 2018

Last Updated March 07, 2018

Corporate Tax 2018 - Comparisons

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Last Updated March 07, 2018

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Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP's contentious tax team, based in Holborn, London, is led by five partners: Graham Aaronson QC, the leading tax silk of his generation, Simon Whitehead, Paul Farmer, Michael Anderson and Ray McCann. All are supported by an experienced team of in-house barristers, solicitors and paralegals, bringing together the best qualities of the bar with those of a law firm to deliver a cohesive approach to advising and representing clients throughout all stages of a dispute. JHA’s partners and lawyers have experience of tax enquiries and investigations and tax litigation in all areas of the domestic courts and tribunal system, from the First-tier Tribunal to the Supreme Court. Lawyers on the team have also represented clients in numerous references to the European Court of Justice and in high-value tax disputes in foreign jurisdictions. JHA also act for corporations, trusts and high net worth individuals in a wide range of domestic tax disputes, assisting clients to resolve issues and disputes with HMRC. This includes matters relating to transfer pricing, oil and gas taxation, life assurance taxation, structured finance, state aid, domicile and residence, and avoidance (including film schemes and pension liberation schemes). The firm has a track record of resolving tax disputes by proactive and co-operative engagement with HMRC, and has achieved consistently excellent results for our clients.

Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP

280 High Holborn
London
WC1V 7EE
United Kingdom

+44 (0)20 7851 8888

+44 (0)20 7117 1838

swhitehead@jha.com www.jha.com
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1. Types of Business Entity, Residence and Tax Treatment
2. Key Features of the Tax Regime
3. Division of Tax Base Between Corporations and Non-Corporate Business
4. Key Features of Taxation of Inbound Investments
5. Key Features of Taxation of Non-local Corporations
6. Key Features of Taxation of Foreign Income of Local Corporations
7. Anti-Avoidance
8. Other
9. BEPS

Authors



Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP's contentious tax team, based in Holborn, London, is led by five partners: Graham Aaronson QC, the leading tax silk of his generation, Simon Whitehead, Paul Farmer, Michael Anderson and Ray McCann. All are supported by an experienced team of in-house barristers, solicitors and paralegals, bringing together the best qualities of the bar with those of a law firm to deliver a cohesive approach to advising and representing clients throughout all stages of a dispute. JHA’s partners and lawyers have experience of tax enquiries and investigations and tax litigation in all areas of the domestic courts and tribunal system, from the First-tier Tribunal to the Supreme Court. Lawyers on the team have also represented clients in numerous references to the European Court of Justice and in high-value tax disputes in foreign jurisdictions. JHA also act for corporations, trusts and high net worth individuals in a wide range of domestic tax disputes, assisting clients to resolve issues and disputes with HMRC. This includes matters relating to transfer pricing, oil and gas taxation, life assurance taxation, structured finance, state aid, domicile and residence, and avoidance (including film schemes and pension liberation schemes). The firm has a track record of resolving tax disputes by proactive and co-operative engagement with HMRC, and has achieved consistently excellent results for our clients.

Joseph Hage Aaronson LLP

280 High Holborn
London
WC1V 7EE
United Kingdom

+44 (0)20 7851 8888

+44 (0)20 7117 1838

swhitehead@jha.com www.jha.com
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