This year, we continued on our three year journey of transformation to become the clear choice. We stimulated growth in our business, turned the spotlight back up on our Values and reflected on and communicated our Purpose
A bi-annual report compiled with Markit which highlights potentially significant impacts on broadcasters as viewers' habits change.
How connected and autonomous vehicles will transform the way we drive. What are connected versus autonomous vehicles?
The workforce is changing. Are today's people issues the sole responsibility of the HR function or does the changing business landscape push them firmly within the board's remit?
Since the recession many companies have been faced with margin challenges and yet so few have truly grasped the potential of pricing.
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KPMG’s leadership blogs brings you insight, opinion and debate from our senior partners and industry experts.
Our clients are ever more exposed to new commercial challenges and trends in regulation, both locally and globally. By drawing on not only our UK network but also our tax and pensions professionals from KPMG's global network of member firms, our clients receive the benefit of a multi-disciplined perspective.
We are dedicated to helping our clients succeed and are passionate about providing comprehensive and commercial advice. Using our understanding of governance, our specialist skills and our deep industry knowledge we help clients stay competitive and compliant.
“Responsible tax advice for the common good”: an independent project supported by KPMG in the UK
The debate on responsible behaviour, morals and ethics in relation to tax is at the forefront of the political and news agenda. Global, cross-border tax is complex and ultimately every global citizen is impacted by it.
Unusually, the Budget on 8 July will be the second by the same Chancellor in a calendar year: it will be interesting to see what George Osborne has kept up his sleeve.
DPT applies differently to non-UK companies in comparison to UK companies. For a non-UK tax resident company, DPT broadly applies where arrangements have been put in place to avoid a UK taxable presence being created.
The KPMG Learning Academy brings together our breadth and depth of subject matter expertise with our learning design and technology skills and capabilities. We deliver a comprehensive range of off-the-shelf digital, blended and classroom training courses on a wide range of subjects through our dedicated, accessible online platform.
The UK remains one of the most competitive tax destinations according to over 100 of the largest British-based businesses participating in KPMG’s annual survey of tax competitiveness 2014. But Ireland has leapfrogged the UK to take the number one position this year.
There are fundamental changes in attitudes and approaches to taxation all over the world. Tax rates, reflective of a country’s economic situation, are going up and down and there is no consistent approach.
A bi-annual study of the business competitiveness of over 100 cities in 10 countries around the world by KPMG International has found that the UK is one of the most attractive countries to do business.
Are traditional international tax principles and treaty rules fit for the challenges of the world’s burgeoning digital economy? As we delve into this question and others it is clear there are no quick or simple answers. Join us to continue our discussions through our new Digital Tax Debate forum. Right now, on the site, you can access our first of many discussion papers, see what future discussions we have planned and sign up to be part of the forum.
The third edition is based on 249 respondents from 24 countries and represents a broad range of industries. The survey shows that Tax Departments are increasingly taking accountability for VAT/GST, yet CFOs continue to view the efficiency and effectiveness of the Tax Department through the lens of Corporate Tax.
KPMG's bi-monthly breakfast club discussing the latest developments in Transfer Pricing issues affecting your business.
KPMG in the UK's Employers' Club helps employers stay at the forefront of the latest developments in employment tax risk and reward.
Gain an insight into current hot topics for companies and trustees alike. Our pension advisers present the impact of key issues and cutting edge ideas in a challenging and stimulating wayin the UK's Employers' Club helps employers stay at the forefront of the latest developments in employment tax risk and reward.
Read KPMG's new weekly tax publication which provides tax and finance professionals with an overview of the latest tax developments and forthcoming issues every Monday.
Our regular newsletter focussing on topical tax issues for transactions.
KPMG’s Private Client Newsletter, Personal Perspectives, covers a variety of contemporary issues relevant to private clients.
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