:In the first episode of the second series of Keeping It Civil, guest host, Hassans’ Tax Partner Grahame Jackson, talks to Harriet Brown of Old Square Tax Chambers, London on what Gibraltar entities should do should they receive a request for information from the UK’s HMRC.
Following the introduction of the UK DTA, requests under Section 6A of the Income Tax Act 2010 into Gibraltar are increasingly common. The duo discuss what individual and companies should do, and what they shouldn’t, to avoid potentially hefty penalties.
Take a listen here.
You can also here more from Grahame and Harriet on this topic and many other international, Gibraltar and UK tax matters in their own podcast series, International Tax Bites.
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