Global wealth rises nearly five percent - Credit Suisse's 2018 Global Wealth Report
Aggregate global wealth rose by $14.0 trillion (4.6 percent) to $317 trillion during the twelve months to mid-2018, outpacing population growth, ...
OECD clamps down on 'golden passport' schemes
Malta, Cyprus and the United Arab Emirates are among the countries whose citizenship and residence by investment schemes (CBI/RBI) have been ...
First Caribbean country joins OECD Development Centre
The Dominican Republic has become the first Caribbean member of the OECD Development Centre and the 39th country overall.
Heterosexual civil partnerships: The tax angle
Following the news that heterosexual couples can use civil partnerships in the UK, Kingston Smith's Lynne Rowland and Mahendree Naidoo have ...
HMRC to grant £1.6 million to support vulnerable taxpayers
HMRC will allocate £1.6 million between April 2019 and 2020 to the voluntary and community sector (VCS) to support UK taxpayers ...
Why the end of Requirement to Correct doesn't end your requirement to correct
With the Requirement to Correct (RTC) notification deadline of 30 September 2018 now gone, taxpayers who subsequently discover inaccuracies in their ...
Protocol to amend DTA between Switzerland and Latvia enters into force
The Swiss Federal Council has revealed that the protocol to amend the double taxation agreement (DTA) between Switzerland and Latvia with ...
UK stamp duty tax receipts increase by six percent
Stamp duty taxes receipts increased by six percent to £16.425 billion between 2016-17 and 2017-18, according to statistics released by HMRC
Revenue Scotland reports increases in tax receipts
Scotland's tax authority, Revenue Scotland, raised revenue of £707 million in land and buildings transaction tax (LBTT) and Scottish landfill tax ...
FATF report finds Saudi Arabia need to do more to combat money laundering
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is achieving good results in fighting terrorist financing, but needs to focus more on pursuing larger ...