With less than 100 days to go to the start of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, many organisations involved with the Games in the UK will be making their final preparations. Tax can often be an area that is overlooked.
We provided details below of a number of considerations to help both those organisations involved with the running of the Games, or those that are simply attending to entertain their clients and staff.
To discuss how your involvement with the Games and the tax issues that may arise, please contact Robert Marchant, Dinesh Jangra, Emma Locken or your usual Crowe contact. Crowe UK is a leading audit, tax, advisory and risk firm. Find out more about us.
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