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G7: Historic Global Tax Agreement

In connection with the recent G-7 Summit, leaders of the G-7 nations (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States) endorsed the principle of a global corporate minimum tax designed to ensure multinational corporations pay income tax of at least 15% in each country in which they operate. The new tax […]

The Biden Tax Proposals: Change is Coming

President Biden’s proposals present the most dramatic changes to US taxation seen in a generation. These proposals have collectively been presented in several plans, factsheets, an address to Congress, and the Treasury Budget plan. As presented, these proposals carry the theme of increasing taxes on the top income earners and wealthy individuals as well as tax increases […]

How Uncle Sam Gets Most of the Pizza

So, you’ve been living in the US, maybe you were born there, or attended university and then stayed. You’ve worked hard, built up some savings, maybe founded a successful business. Now you are heading elsewhere in the world. Maybe your spouse wants to be closer to family overseas or a new opportunity opens up; whatever […]

IRS extends the filing deadline for 2020 Individual Income Tax Returns

On March 17th, the IRS finally confirmed that the filing deadline for 2020 federal income tax returns will be automatically extended from April 15 to May 17, 2021. Whilst not as generous as last year’s extension to July, this follows weeks of pleas from lawmakers, industry groups, accountants to extend the deadline due to the […]

US State Tax Woes on Working From Home?

We first published the potential issues around working from home in July 2020. Below is an update. Imagine it is the first week of March 2020, you are sitting at a restaurant in California, sans mask of course, when you start to talk to your friends about this virus that is tearing through Italy and seems to […]

UK Budget, March 2021 Tax Highlights

The UK Chancellor unveiled today the much-awaited UK Budget for the upcoming year. When talking about the current state of the economy, Rishi Sunak emphasised continuing to protect jobs and livelihoods, but also addressed a longer-term need to rebalance the public finances. We have highlighted some of the key points from an individual perspective: There […]

2021 US Tax Deadlines – 2020 tax year

PLEASE NOTE: The April 15 deadline below was changed to May 17. We have adjusted the content accordingly. No additional changes have been announced and all remaining dates are correct as of 7 April. Below are the 2021 US tax deadlines for the 2020 tax year. January 15, 2021 Deadline for Individuals to pay Quarter […]

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