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Moving to the UK

16 March 2021

When moving to the UK, there are many things to consider – tax is a crucial part of those considerations. With almost three million Hong Kong residents eligible for British National Overseas (BNO) passports, the opportunity for them and their dependants to apply for BNO visas, applications for which opened on 31 January 2021, may result in a significant number of Hong Kong residents choosing to relocate to the UK.

Zoe Martin

Partner

Zoe is a private client tax specialist based in our Swindon office.

Stephanie Court

Associate Director

Stephanie is an Associate Director and heads up the Southampton Private Client team.

Eugenia Campbell

Tax Director

Eugenia is a private client tax director based in our London Farringdon Street office. She advises high and ultra high net worth clients with complex international aspects to their financial affairs.

Could this be the election where ‘non-dom’ tax status dies in a ditch?

13 November 2019

While voters await the publication of the Labour and Conservative election manifestos, one anticipated battleground is the respective parties’ tax policies for the wealthiest in society. In particular, individuals benefiting from non-UK domiciled (‘non-dom’) tax status could be in the crosshairs of both major parties, albeit in very different ways. Could this be the election where ‘non-dom’ tax status dies in a ditch?

Could non-doms be the answer to increasing the UK tax take?
Rachel de Souza

27 July 2018

Rachel de Souza, tax partner at RSM, responds to today’s statistics on non-domiciled taxpayers in the UK from HMRC.

Exaggerate your income and risk deportation

10 July 2018

Recent press commentary suggests that the Home Office are investigating a number of cases where immigrants have overstated their income when applying to remain in the UK. With greater flows of information passing between departments and across borders, government artificial intelligence is getting more efficient at 'joining the dots'.

Inheritance tax and spouses / civil partners with mixed domiciles – tax pitfalls
Sophie St John

Many spouses and civil partners are under the impression that anything they gift to the other, whether during their lifetime or on death, is fully exempt from inheritance tax (IHT). However, there is an anomaly which can have serious IHT consequences for some couples (spouses and civil partners are referred to as ‘married couples’ and ‘spouses’ below for brevity).

Mark Pentelow

Associate Director

Mark is an experienced tax practitioner, specialising in personal international tax matters for executives and private individuals.

Liz Rogers

Associate Director

Liz is based in the Private Client Tax team. She specialises in trust and estate work and regularly advises multi-generational families on their private client tax affairs and accounting matters.

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