Taxexile

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Brexit and Tax Efficient Investments

While it would be foolish for us to try and make any predictions about how Brexit will impact the UK economy and markets in general, we do know that the rules that govern UK’s tax advantaged venture capital schemes (EIS, VCT and SEIS) were recently tightened in order to comply with EU State Aid rules.
By |June 30th, 2016|Latest News|

VN Aerotoxic Detection Solutions (VN-ADS) Successfully Completes its Stage 1 TCP Detector Development Programme.

In February 2016 Prof Ramsden completed all of the required research and development, with comprehensive data and a successful Proof of Concept, (POC) device to prove the mono-fibre optical technology capability to detect and measure TCP and other compounds that are present in aircraft cabins. He shared the research, data and a detailed report with […]

By |March 13th, 2016|Latest News|

VN-CP Complete on Ind Unit for New Science and Technical Development Centre

VN-CP have now completed on the lease for their new ‘Technical Centre of Excellence’ in Bracknell, Berks. Work will commence in mid January to fit-out the unit and project testing is scheduled to commence in May /June 2016. This facility will provide all VN projects with a secure development environment, and specialist technical facilities for […]

By |January 22nd, 2016|Latest News|

Cricketers face £3m bouncer as taxman targets film schemes

SIX former England cricket captains face losses totalling millions of pounds after investing in film schemes.

Half of the England cricket team who in 2005 wrested the Ashes back from Australia for the first time in 18 years, have been caught up in an investment crisis that has also seen scores of footballers face losses totalling […]

By |January 10th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Ex-adviser found guilty of cheating HMRC through film investment scheme

A former adviser has been found guilty of conspiring to cheat the public revenue by attracting investors to a film investment scheme to evade paying tax.

The Times reports former Greystone Financial Services director Neil Williams-Denton was convicted yesterday, and was also convicted in an earlier linked trial in September.

Separately, three former City traders have been jailed […]

By |January 10th, 2016|Uncategorized|