This book is about the UK's approach to determining the residence status of corporations and thus their exposure to UK tax. If companies are not managed and controlled in the correct way, they could unintentionally become UK resident and so be rendered subject to UK taxes. The question of where a company is actually resident has become increasingly significant, with the international nature of so many business transactions today, including e-commerce transactions. Table of Contents include: The Importance of UK Residence Status * The Incorporation Rule * Central Management and Control (The Case Law Test) * FA 1994 S249 and the Impact of Tax Treaties on the Determination of Residence * Place of Effective Management * HMRC Practice * The Application of the Case Law Test to Subsidiaries * Peripatetic Boards * UK Coordination Centers * The Implications of Modern Forms of Communication * Directors Located in the UK and Overseas * Outside Interference: Shadow Directors, and other Outsiders * ConclusionMuch of HMRCa#39;s original guidance was contained in old ITH300 onwards, which was withdrawn in October 2008. ... In addition to the guidance contained in the residence section of the International Tax Manual, there is specific guidanceanbsp;...
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