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Tax havens are so 2020...
Rachel de Souza

16 March 2021

The European Parliament recently commented that the EU’s list of tax havens is ‘confusing and ineffective’. This seems to be stating the obvious, for a number of reasons.

Moving to the UK
Gary Heynes

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.

Two RSM partners win at Citywealth’s 2021 Powerwomen Awards
Rachel de Souza

05 March 2021

Two partners at the leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM took home a gold and a bronze award at Citywealth’s Powerwomen Awards this year.

RSM partners shortlisted for two Citywealth Powerwomen Awards
Rachel de Souza

01 March 2021

Two RSM partners have been shortlisted in two categories for the annual Citywealth Powerwomen Awards 2021.

Killing zombies: Saving costs by simplifying structures
Rachel de Souza

02 November 2020

Streamline your structures by removing any zombie companies and cut the cost of annual maintenance.

Retaining protected status
Rachel de Souza

17 July 2020

It’s important to review how your life tenant accounts are structured to make sure you don’t lose protected trust status. This article explores protected settlements, problems arising from operating the life tenant’s account and taxing trust income.

The impact of removing tax breaks for independent schools
Rachel de Souza

17 September 2019

Last week, the Daily Telegraph reported on a leaked shadow Treasury document which revealed Labour proposals to impose VAT on independent school fees and remove their discounted business rates. So what impact would this have on independent schools and their fee-paying parents?

Risk to trustees from extended trust registration requirement
Rachel de Souza

10 September 2019

As trustees and agents alike get to grips with the HMRC trust registration service (TRS), a change to EU law extends the net and the risk of trustees failing to meet registration obligations.

Tax proposals for the near future
Rachel de Souza

20 July 2019

The Conservative Party leadership contest has now whittled down the contenders to the last two. But what are their tax proposals for the near future?

Who makes gifts & does IHT really matter?
Rachel de Souza

22 May 2019

HMRC has recently published a study examining the behaviour of ‘gifters’ - those who have, in the past two years, made a single gift of £1,000 or more, or multiple gifts of greater than £250 totalling more than £3,000. It is hoped that the findings will help simplify the inheritance tax legislation so that it is fit for the 21st century.