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GMNI is a well-established international accounting association of quality professional accounting firms.  Our members are independently owned and managed.  They share a commitment to service the needs of their clients - from start-ups to fast growing businesses - worldwide.  Working together for more than 40 years to provide global knowledge from a local perspective.

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news UK: AUTUMN STATEMENT 2022

In his Autumn Statement, announced in the Houseof Commons on 17 September, UK  Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, revealed tax rises and spending cuts worth billions of pounds aimed at mending the nation's finances.  Here is a summary of the key points, provided by Richard Verge, Tax Director at Goodman Jones in London.

news UAE: TAX RESIDENCY CERTIFICATES - WHAT? WHY? HOW?

The UAE has issued a Cabinet Decision on the tax residency of companies and individuals in the country, providing clarity on the residential/domicile status of corporates and individuals.  This legislation will take effect from 1 March 2023.  In this article from Mr Rajgopal Pai at KPI in Dubai, he covers what you need to know about the Tax Residency Certiicate, who needs to have it and why, and how to apply for and obtain the tax domicile certificate.

news CANADA: TAX TIPS & TRAPS

Yale PGC in Toronto present their 2022 fourth quarter edition of Tax Tips & Traps, covering the following topics:

  • Crowdfunding:  taxable or not?
  • Trusts:  new and expanded disclosure requirements.
  • Director liability:  is asking aout source deductions enough?
  • Executor:  whether to accept this role.
  • GST/HST input tax credits:  reasonable expectation of profit.
  • Tips collected electronically:  withholding requirements

 

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