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Residential property and IHT
Adrian Benosiglio

Non Doms and offshore trusts will become subject to IHT on enveloped structures from 6 April 2017 and urgent action is needed to reduce their exposure. With only five months to go, formulating and implementing the right solution could be tight.

Non-dom tax changes

23 November 2016

Full steam ahead for changes to taxation of UK resident non-doms but the devil will be in the detail yet to be published.

All change for non-resident landlords

23 November 2016

The government is considering bringing non-resident landlords into the corporation tax regime. This will add a layer of complexity and may increase taxable profits. There are some benefits including a potential lower rate of tax.

Home or away post Brexit?

17 November 2016

Should I stay or should I go? Unpacking issues for UK nationals living and working in the EU single market post Brexit.

Don't let 31 October tax deadline become a Halloween horror

26 October 2016

Timing, transparency and full disclosure is the best approach to avoid a fright from HMRC this Halloween. But do you need to self-assess this year and will you hit the deadline?

IHT on UK residential property

18 October 2016

New proposals will mean more UK property will fall within the UK inheritance tax (IHT) net from 6 April 2017.

SDLT confusion

16 September 2016

Has the 3 per cent additional stamp duty land tax charge led to a resurgence of SDLT avoidance schemes? Confusion still reigns.

Yet another stealth tax?

06 September 2016

Buy-to-let landlords could risk paying income tax on gains when disposing of property.

Off to university?

23 August 2016

With A-level results out and record numbers of students accepting places at university, students and their parents will be considering how to finance the costs as tax-efficiently as possible.

Residential property buyers given increased stamp duty land tax rates
Adrian Benosiglio

05 July 2016

Whether you are buying residential property as an individual or in a company, the chancellor is keen to collect tax. And with increased stamp duty land tax (SDLT) rates now in effect, careful planning is key to avoiding overpaying SDLT.

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