The Khan Partnership LLP named as “Tax Litigation Law Firm of the Year in England”at the 2013 Corporate INTL Legal Awards
The Khan Partnership LLP is delighted to have been named as “Tax-Litigation Law Firm of the year in England” at the 2013 Corporate INTL Legal Awards.
A step-by-step guide to managing an HM Revenue & Customs dawn raid
Michelle Sloane offers a guide to managing a dawn raid from HM Customs & Revenue.
For information about this service including advice on preparing a raid response strategy, please contact the firm.
ABI Principles of Remuneration
Simon W. Holden looks at the key changes to the ABI’s “Principles of Remuneration”.
Reprinted with the kind permission of Company Secretary's Review, published by LexisNexis
Executive Pay Proposals
A discussion of the UK Government's latest proposals to rein in executive pay in the UK's largest publicly quoted companies.
Reprinted with the kind permission of Company Secretary's Review, published by LexisNexis.
Simon W. Holden considers the recommendations published by the High Pay Commission recently, in his article entitled “Executive Remuneration”.
Diversity in the Boardroom
Simon W. Holden discusses the report recently published by Lord Davies of Abersoch, entitled “Women on boards”, which looks at the gender imbalance evident in the boardrooms of UK plc.
Reprinted with the kind permission of Company Secretary’s Review, published by LexisNexis.
Post-implementation evaluation of the Companies Act 2006
Simon W. Holden highlights the results of the post-implementation evaluation of the Companies Act 2006
November 2010 - Demonstration of the EMCS by HMRC at The Khan Partnership, following the success of the September talk
From 31 December this year, the EMCS system will toally replace the current paper-based movement control system, which has been subject to systematic abuse and fraud. EMCS will link over 150,000 traders in 27 national administrations across the EU.
TKP, in conjunction with UKWA and Alan Powell Associates, held an EMCS users' event on 23 September and this is to be followed by another demonstration of EMCS by HMRC at the end of November at TKP's offices. More details to follow.
Emblaze Mobility Solutions Limited, represented by TKP, has been successful in its 4 year legal challenge against the decision of HMRC to withhold £8.8 million of VAT repayments claimed since March 2006
Emblaze Mobility Solutions Limited, represented by TKP, has been successful in its 4 year legal challenge against the decision of HMRC to withhold £8.8 million of VAT repayments claimed since March 2006.
Emblaze challenged HMRC's decision to withhold VAT repayments of £8.8 million of VAT due on 33 transactions undertaken in 2006 by Global Telecoms Distribution Plc t/a European Telecom, a former subsidiary of Emblaze Mobility Solutions Limited.
The Tribunal ordered HMRC to repay the £8.8 million it has withheld since March 2006 as well as Emblaze Mobility Solutions' legal costs. HMRC still have the right to appeal against the decision.
The Company estimates the net cash proceeds to be approximately $US 7 million (having deducted legal and other expenses and third parties' share).
Invitation to EMCS Users' Meeting on Thursday 23 September - in conjunction with UKWA
The United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA), in conjunction with The Khan Partnership and Alan Powell Associates, are holding a EMCS Users' Meeting at TKP's office on Thursday 23 September. The talk and discussion will enable EMCS users and sytem providers to:
hear from HMRC's main officials responisble for EMCS delivery;
participate in a question and answer session; and
discuss and exchange experiences with other EMCS business users