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UK Real Estate Tax And Non-UK Owners
The UK Government has issued a consultation paper on the tax treatment of gains accruing on disposals of non-residential real estate in the UK by non-UK residents ...
UK
12 Jan 2018
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Overseas Charitable Bequests And Inheritance Tax
The recent case of Routier v HMRC [2017] saw the Court of Appeal provide a useful reminder that care needs to be taken where charitable legacies involve an international element.
UK
10 Jan 2018
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The Criminal Finances Act 2017...
The increasing tide of anti-money laundering and anti-tax evasion legislation has increasingly turned service providers into the first line of defence against tax evasion.
UK
17 Oct 2017
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Reporting Beneficiaries Estate Income To HMRC – Clarification Provided
HMRC and the ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales) have provided useful information on how personal representatives should report what has been paid to beneficiaries...
UK
14 Sep 2017
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Reporting Beneficiaries' Estate Income To HMRC – Clarification Provided
Problems had arisen as, from 6 April 2016, a personal savings and dividend allowance was introduced for individuals...
UK
13 Sep 2017
6
Autumn Statement 2016: An Emerging Picture
In what we have today learnt will be the last Autumn Statement, Philip Hammond set out a number of confirmations and marked his tenure with a re-arrangement of the fiscal calendar.
UK
28 Nov 2016
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Inheritance Tax (‘IHT') And Trusts – Tips And Traps
Discretionary trusts, whenever created, and most other forms of lifetime trusts (other than bare trusts and qualifying trusts for disabled persons) established on or after 22 March 2006 are subject to what is known as the ‘relevant property' regime which imposes a charge to IHT on the capital value of the trust assets on each 10 year anniversary of the creation of the trust ..
UK
29 Oct 2015
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July Budget – Issues Potentially Relevant To Legacy Income
The Budget and second Finance Bill may include some of the measures announced by the previous government, but not included in the Finance Act 2015.
UK
15 Jun 2015
9
UK Budget 2015 Analysis
Much was expected of George Osborne when he got to his feet today to reveal the details of a hotly anticipated Budget...
UK
19 Mar 2015
10
Brussels IV
Many private client professionals will be wearily familiar with the problems where their UK clients own property in continental Europe.
UK
11 Mar 2015
11
Private Client Update - News In Brief - Winter 2015
Powers of Attorney (‘LPA’) allow someone to be appointed to make (i) financial or (ii) health and welfare decisions on behalf of another.
UK
5 Feb 2015
12
Dying Without A Will
If you die without having a valid will, a set of legal provisions known as the intestacy rules determine what will happen to your assets.
UK
5 Feb 2015
13
And They're Off...
The next five months will be dominated by the forthcoming General Election in May.
UK
5 Feb 2015
14
UK Autumn Statement 2014
‘As a result of the government’s reforms to tax, welfare and public spending across this Parliament, the richest households will make the biggest contribution to reducing the deficit, both in cash terms, and as a proportion of their income.’
UK
5 Dec 2014
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Death May Not Be The End – Deeds Of Variation
Although traditionally referred to as a last will and testament, it is possible to change the terms of a will after an individual’s death.
UK
11 Apr 2014
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A Virtual Legacy
As our lives have become ever more virtual, the record of who we are and what we own is now increasingly likely to take a digital form and, from an estate planning perspective, digital assets give rise to new issues in relation to estate planning, wills and taxation.
UK
11 Apr 2014
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Trusts For The Disabled
The Finance Act 2006 made major changes to the way in which trusts are treated for inheritance tax purposes, and was designed to make most trusts less appealing.
UK
11 Apr 2014
18
Tax Breaks For Older Cars - Is Vintage The Best Look?
Ordinary cars for private use are capital gains tax exempt because of their status as 'wasting assets'.
UK
25 Jul 2013
19
Are We All Americans Now?
Recent draft guidance issued by HMRC has provided some much welcomed clarity in respect of the scope of the new rules on the US/UK Intergovernmental Agreement to improve international tax compliance and implement the US FATCA rules.
UK
25 Jul 2013
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Private Client Update - November 2012
This edition covers: Maximising legitimate reliefs Joint bank accounts when sharing may not be straightforward & Prenuptial Agreements life after Radmacher.
UK
12 Dec 2012
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