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Anonymity in a tax appeal

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Should some tax tribunal cases be anonymised to avoid the potential misuse of information?

Brexit opportunities for the entertainment industry

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While the future post-EU referendum remains uncertain, the world of entertainment could see some benefits when the UK leaves the EU.

The revenue standard is finally out

The Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) have jointly issued a long-awaited standard earlier this year.

Copyright changes stalled

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Two draft proposals for changing copyright law originally intended to meet a 1 June deadline have been blocked by disagreement on the question of compensation for rights owners and artists.

Consider mediation

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Keeping disputes out of court can save time and money, says Andrew Hildebrand.

From the frontline

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Accountancy can open a number of doors and for Dave Morrison, Partner at Nyman Libson Paul and chair of the ICAEW Entertainment, Sport & Media Community, it allowed him to flourish as a DJ and club promoter as well as entertainment industry specialist. He just had to get those exams out of the way first.

Use US CWAs to save time and money

The Central Withholding Agreement (CWA) is a US tax tool, a voluntary agreement that permits non-resident entertainers and athletes (NRA) who work in the US to pay withholding tax at graduated rates based on net income.