Keeping yourself up to date with the latest changes in UK laws and regulations can be difficult in this fast changing world. With the aim to provide a one point reference for Japanese company professionals, we have produced a comprehensive handbook covering the most frequently asked questions.
The Handbook is made up of two volumes and the topics covered are:
This handbook is fully bilingual (English & Japanese) and is suitable for those who have recently arrived to the UK to familiarise themselves with the laws and regulations governing UK based businesses, or for those in administrative roles to brush up on their knowledge. All relevant forms are included for your ease of use.
Immigration Law, Employment Law, Personal Income Tax, PAYE, Social Security
Governance and Compliance Work, Accounting and Auditing, Corporation Tax, VAT
In the UK, Directors owe considerable duties and liabilities to their company, and ignorance of the relevant laws and regulations is not considered a valid excuse. Fulfilling your responsibilities as a Director whilst managing your business in an unfamiliar environment can be a heavy burden.
To help you understand the basic legal requirements of being a UK Director, we have created this dual language handbook in the same style as the UK Administrative Handbook (Please refer to the samples above). We recommend this as a point of reference for anyone who has been newly appointed as a UK Director or Company Secretary. The main topics covered are:
If you would like to purchase any of the handbook above, please fill in the registration form below. Upon receipt of your registration, we will get in touch with you to confirm your order. Please note that we cannot accept any cancellation or refund request after the invoice has been issued.
Delivery will be normally within 14 days of order confirmation. Please note that book 2 is only available from 1st March 2015.
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