Articles

Isle of Man Budget 2017-18

Our Tax Director, Andrew Cardwell's comments on the 2017-18 Isle of Man Budget. A budget with a welcomed emphasis on investment and the longer-term economic growth of the Island.

The new rules for non-domiciliaries

Andrew Cardwell explains the changes to the deemed domicile rules and the UK tax treatment of trusts settled by non-domiciliaries (non-doms), which are due to take effect on 6 April 2017.

Young achiever Mark Lilleyman flies high

Mark Lilleyman talks about his progression from a trainee accountancy Associate to an Audit Manager at PwC Isle of Man.

The times they are a-changin'

Ian Clague, Senior Partner considers the role and impact of business in today's complex business environment, globally and locally, with increased transparency and innovative technologies emphasising the importance of being receptive to inevitable changes.

The Entertainment Revolution: When disruptors become disrupted

Steve Billinghurst looks at future of the entertainment and media industry and how the Isle of Man has a front seat in the digital revolution.

Deemed Domicile and the New Consultation

Our Tax Director, Andrew Cardwell outlines the likely impact of the recent HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) announcements and the effect on the Isle of Man in relation to inheritance tax.

The EU conundrum

In the wake of the Brexit vote Phil Morris looks at what this could mean for the Isle of Man. The most significant impact being its free trade and indirect tax relationship with the UK and the rest of the EU.

Hi Robot - Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence has been identified as one of the ten most important technology-driven forces that will shape competition in the financial services industry by 2020. Steven Craven considers the current state, potential impact and what to do now to prepare.

What is forensic accounting?

Alison Cregeen is PwC Isle of Man's Forensics Senior Manager, find out more about her role in this Q&A.

BEPS - The Offshore Impact

Robyn Brewster looks at the offshore impact of the OECD's BEPS (Base Erosion and Profit Shifting) project in the changing global tax landscape and what it means for the Isle of Man.