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The Taxcast

Tax Justice Network

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The Taxcast is a monthly podcast/radio show from the Tax Justice Network sizzling with the latest developments in the corrupt world of tax havens, financial secrecy and tax dodging. We explore these most challenging ethical and economic issues of our times, with transformational economic analysis you won’t hear anywhere else.
 
A market leader in Fee Protection Insurance and a subsidiary of the Peninsula Business Services Group, Croner Taxwise employs 120 staff based at our prestigious offices in Hinckley. We deliver this specialist insurance to clients through a channel of over 4,000 Accountancy Practices in the UK. The Croner Taxwise policy allows Accountancy Practices to defend their clients in the event that their client encounters any enquiry, check, intervention or dispute from HMRC.
 
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Smith & Williamson LLP

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The podcast that delivers practical insights on key personal finance and business questions. From discussions with our industry experts on tax, financial planning, investments and real estate, plus interviews with leading entrepreneurs, we’ve got it covered. We aim to help you make better decisions.
 
A podcast about tax? Sounds dull right. Well, it doesn’t have to be. Each week we will discuss bitesize chunks to tackle the beast including some handy tips and tricks. All I require from you is 15 minutes out of your week. Make sure you visit www.taxablewithtash.com and follow @taxablewithtash on Instagram for more tips.
 
This podcast features the latest interview in the areas of compliance, risk management and e-learning. Topics include AML, GDPR, harassment, FCPA, anti-bribery and more. Founded in 2004, VinciWorks is a leading provider of online compliance training and risk management software. With over 200,000 users across 70 countries, VinciWorks has established itself as the definitive authority in online compliance. VinciWorks offers a range of compliance and regulatory training courses on topics such ...
 
We helped to pioneer fee protection in the UK and have been offering superior services for over 30 years. We pride ourselves on offering outstanding expertise and market leading support to help strengthen your client relationships and grow your revenue.
 
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Coming up in this week's episode: ICO serves enforcement notice on UK Ministry of Justice, Gloucester Council data breach, Red Cross data breach, Pakistan Telecoms data breach, Bonobos wins court case following data breach, Italian luxury brand Moncler has data breach, Simplify data breach, Warwick GP Surgery data breach, QRS face lawsuit after dat…
 
During the pandemic many used the forced closures as an opportunity to renovate offices or investment properties. This episode will cover reliefs available for plant and machinery, the new super deduction declared in the Spring Budget and other tips and tricks to consider when purchasing equipment. Follow @taxablewithtash on Instagram for additiona…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Austrian DPA rules on Google Analytics and SchremsII, Meta facing Class Action in UK, Meta being investigated for breaching Childrens Code, European Parliament reprimanded by European Data Protection Supervisor, Lastpass making it impossible for users to leave, Whatsapp sets out grounds for appeal, Malta judiciary …
 
Despite the ongoing pandemic, compliance departments can still enter the new year with a sense, if not an outline, of what should be on their agenda in 2022. Preparing for rapid, sudden changes in 2022, from new Covid-19 variants to supply chain problems or catastrophic climate events, should still be high on every compliance officer’s agenda. But …
 
Last year was a story of big numbers: seven billion vaccines delivered; a further $9 trillion in stimulus and global growth at an impressive 5.9%. This helped add $13 trillion to the value of global stock markets. However, this growth came with an inflationary sting in its tail. 1 Consumer price inflation rose to multi-decade highs in the UK, Euroz…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Flexbooker data breach, UK Police data which was breached has disappeared, De Montfort School data breach, UK Appeal Court ruling has implications for Patreon users, Additional charges against former Uber security chief, Morgan Stanley agrees compensation after data breach, Navistar data breach, American Pool breac…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Lastpass data breach update, T-Mobile data breach, Sega narrowly avoids data breach, Colchester Council data breach, Nat-West ex-employee has customer data under her bed, Rhode Island Passenger Transport Authority data breach, Pulse TV data breach, South Korea declared adequate for GDPR, Amazon granted deferment of…
 
In the first criminal prosecution of a financial institution by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), a litany of failings took place at NatWest which enabled black bin liners stuffed with cash to be deposited, literally bursting out of floor-to-ceiling branch safes. In this short episode, Director of Learning and Content Nick Henderson takes us t…
 
It is your company so you can spend the profits as you like? Well no, it’s actually the company’s money which is a different legal identity so tax will be charged in one form or another. This episode will cover the different options available for extracting money from a company and the implications. Follow @taxablewithtash on Instagram for addition…
 
HM Revenue & Customs is a Government body responsible for the collection of taxes. You may have heard of it but do you know where to find guidance? What powers do they have? Should you provide the information in its letters? This episode will cover HMRC’s guidance, powers, and how legislation is implemented. Follow @taxablewithtash on Instagram for…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Kronos data breach, Grindr fined after a data breach, Gumtree data breach, HMRC catalogue of data breaches, Clearview AI GDPR penalty in France, Sennheiser data breach, New Zealand Teaching Council data breach, Standard Bank delayed reporting data breach, Chatanooga Chamber of Commerce data breach, Is Log4j the cyb…
 
Warren Buffet once quipped, "It takes 20 years to build a reputation and only 5 minutes to ruin it". The potential impact of reputational damage can be significant during litigation, or a commercial dispute. Understanding when to react and how to respond, can make all the difference. From media strategies to risk mapping, Stuart Leach joins us on t…
 
In edition 117 we take you to the tax haven of Jersey off the coast of France and the intruiging story of the discovery of 333 boxes of incriminating evidence of fraud. Those boxes have revealed some ugly truths about this small island tax haven that affect us all. The transcript is available here (some is automated and may not be 100% accurate): h…
 
On 30 November 2021, HMRC published its draft UK Mandatory Disclosure Rules (MDR) and released its consultation which seeks views on the design of the draft regulations. The consultation will be open until 8 February 2022. The UK MDR is expected to come into force in summer 2022, replacing UK DAC6. In this episode, we are joined by John Sandeman, H…
 
In this episode, Ami Jack Head of National Tax talks to by David Yewdall, from our Employer Solutions team and Clare Halligan, from our tax disputes and resolution team on HMRC enquiries into Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme claims. HMRC has estimated the amount lost due to fraudulent or erroneous CJRS claims is £5.3bn, or close to 9%. Attention ha…
 
In this weeks episode Dean and Practising barrister Mike discuss the Ohio case of if Santa Claus is real? Mike presents his what happens next segment involving a very inebriated woman and a change of clothes, Dean and Mike analyse employee liability for Christmas parties and finally ponder the strange but heart warming case of a drug addict who bro…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Spar data breach shuts some English stores, Volvo data breach, Cox Communications data breach, South Australia Government data breach, Fujitsu issues update after data breach, Irish DPC seeks DPA endorsement of Instagram action under Article 60 of GDPR, Our thoughts on EU AI consultation, First outcomes from EU dat…
 
In this Weeks episode Dean and Barrister Mike revisit the Kyle Rittenhouse trial after the verdict, Mike present his “What happens next” section and also gives a short “What to buy for the Lawyer in your life” Christmas gift list, Finally Dean and Mike discuss that time Elmo testified in front of congress.…
 
When can a lawful act be used to rescind a contract? In this case an estate agent was pressured into signing a new agreement with an airline but was this legitimate commercial behaviour or an act of economic duress? The Supreme Court gets to the bottom of the case and interrogates the existence of lawful act economic duress.Music from bensound.comh…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Ikea data breach, Midlands Partnership NHS Trust Data Breach, Cabinet Office fined £500,000 after New Year's honours data breach, Surrey schools not sharing data because of fears over GDPR, Irish HSE data breach update, DDC data breach, CEPEO data breach, Huntington Hospital New York data breach, Broward County Sch…
 
In recent times it seems that the word crypto, and the underlying blockchain technology associated with it, is on everyone’s lips. From Elon Musk's effect on the price of Bitcoin to non-fungible tokens in the art world, the debate rages over whether blockchain will revolutionise the world or lead to the dismantling of the existing order. Many criti…
 
As the global economy moves back to pre-pandemic levels and inflation accelerates, central bankers are under increasing pressure to reverse easy monetary policy. Central banks in South Africa, Russia, New Zealand and Mexico have already raised interest rates this year to contain overheating risk, but all eyes are on the Federal Reserve, ECB and Ban…
 
After HMRC concluded that Mr Tinkler owed more than £700,000 in unpaid tax he tried to argue that the original enquiry was not valid because the incorrect postal address was used. In this case the Supreme Court examine the doctrine of estoppel by convention to see whether this is indeed the case.Music from bensound.comhttps://uklawweekly.substack.c…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: GoDaddy data breach, Vestas data breach, Damira dental surgery apologises after a data breach, Alleged corruption in DPC investigation of Facebook, Whatsapp revises its EU privacy policy, Ontario man charged after Covid19 data breach, Government body to investigate Nadra data breach, S and R data breach, Swire Paci…
 
In this weeks episode Dean and Barrister Mike discuss the case of Nirvana’s estate being sued by the now adult baby from the Nevermind album artwork, Mike presents a law about travelling in public transport whilst unwell, Dean and Mike analyse the case of Gary Plauche who murdered someone on Camera and finally they review the case of a contortionis…
 
When there is doubt about whether an asylum seeker is a child or an adult it is up to officials to make an assessment. In this case a judicial review questions whether the guidance provided creates an unacceptable risk of mistakes because the physical appearance and demeanour of a person are an unreliable guide as to age.Music from bensound.comhttp…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Sky takes 18 months to fix security flaw in data routers, Stripchat data breach, Department for Education data breach, Dorset Council data breach. Ex-police officer awarded damages after South Yorkshire Police data breach, Drizzly Grove reach settlement after data breach, High Court judge says low-value data breach…
 
With increasing pressure on HMRC to collect more tax with less resource, it is more important than ever to communicate effectively with HMRC. In this episode we are joined by Annis Lampard, who leads the tax disclosure and transparency team at Deloitte, to discuss the benefits of a more open dialogue with the Revenue and the steps you should take t…
 
The UK recently hosted the UN Climate Change Conference, known as COP26. This summit is one of the most consequential climate events since the negotiation of the Paris Agreement in 2015 and was attended by world leaders, politicians, business chiefs, climate change campaigners and sustainability experts. In this episode, we’re joined by the UK Sust…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Brittany Ferries data breach, Google UK Supreme Court ruling, Whatsapp given right to appeal, Homeworking increases GDPR breaches, Cronofy opens Netherlands office to comply with EU GDPR, RobinHood data breach, Premier Property Lawyers data breach halts conveyancing, All party group calls for better protection for …
 
In this weeks podcast Dean and Barrister Mike discuss the Miss France competition being sued for workplace discrimination, Mike presents his what happens next involving disabled golfing, They analyze the ongoing trial in America of Kyle Rittenhouse and finally Dean and Mike ponder the implications of defecating in cinema confectionary items.…
 
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