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Supreme Court decision could have implications for UK trusts

11 August 2015

A recent decision from the Supreme Court regarding the UK income tax treatment of a member of a Delaware LLC could have implications for UK trusts with overseas beneficiaries.

Tax inversions back on the agenda

11 August 2015

Tax inversions – remember them? Some months ago, tax inversion deals were in the headlines almost every week, with reports that US companies were seeking opportunities to move offshore profits out from under the US jurisdiction to those with lower corporation tax rates.

Where the Labour leadership candidates stand on tax

11 August 2015

With the contest for the Labour Party leadership hotting up, we’ve been taking a look at the tax policies of the four contestants. Based on the manifestos published by Jeremy Corbyn and Andy Burnham, and on speeches and interviews given by each of the four, this is what we have discovered.

Accelerated payment notices - is your client prepared?
Lindsey Cooper

06 August 2015

As HMRC plans to issue upwards of 64,000 accelerated payment notices, are your clients prepared?

The China syndrome: the Chinese stock market meltdown
Rob Donaldson

06 August 2015

Could a stock market meltdown 5,000 miles away affect businesses and entrepreneurs here in the UK?

Offshore Messenger August 2015

06 August 2015

A UK tax update for offshore trustees and related professionals.

Chancellor extends tax evasion measures in UK Summer Budget

06 August 2015

There was no let-up in the Government’s and HMRC’s message regarding tax evasion, with significant announcements and publications on how they intend to crack down on offshore tax evaders.

Inheritance tax to apply to UK property held indirectly by nom-doms

06 August 2015

The Summer Budget 2015 introduced yet another significant (and perhaps the last) tax targeting of UK residential property, with the proposal to apply UK inheritance tax to property held indirectly by non-doms including through excluded property trusts.

Non doms - stay or go after 15 years?

06 August 2015

Changes to the taxation of non-doms were perhaps expected after the UK general election; however, they were not expected on such a fundamental scale. Whether non-doms will stay or go, and what the net impact on the UK economy will be, is a big unknown!

Non-resident landlords - reliefs to be reduced

06 August 2015

UK government proposes to tackle the buoyant buy-to-let market and perceived tax advantages by reducing tax reliefs for finance costs and wear and tear.

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