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Summer Budget brings fundamental changes for non-doms

12 August 2015

Currently, non-UK domiciliaries (non-doms) can pay UK income tax and capital gains tax (CGT) on their foreign income and gains only if these are brought (‘remitted’) to the UK.

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!

Tax barriers to personal aspirations

09 July 2015

An emerging theme is a simplification of the tax system for basic rate taxpayers coupled with significant further complexity for companies and high-income individuals. It’s worth asking whether the bundle of tax changes for individuals proposed by the Chancellor risks stifling aspiration.

Property taxes - the good, the bad, and the complicated!
Joan Foster

08 July 2015

Real estate was definitely a hot topic in the Summer Budget, with both expected and unexpected changes.

Significant impact for residential property owners
Adrian Benosiglio

08 July 2015

The Summer Budget has brought a number of measures, which will impact on the real estate sector.

Non-dom status abolished for 15 year residents
Karen Clark

08 July 2015

The abolition of non-dom status for long-term (15 year) residents is projected to raise £1.5bn but it remains to be seen at what cost to the UK.

Clampdown on pension relief
Mark Waddilove

08 July 2015

The Chancellor outlined measures to allow individuals to pass on their family home on death up to a value of £1 million without suffering inheritance tax, but the funding for this has to come at a cost to those high earners planning for their retirements. Step in changes to pensions.

Summer Budget 2015 - what lies in store for individuals?

01 July 2015

Without the shackles of a Coalition partner, it’s possible the Conservatives may introduce some unpopular measures in this Budget, in the hope that any outrage will die down long before another Election.

Main residence relief to change
Karen Clark

08 January 2014

If you own more than one home, consider whether you should try to take advantage of the window of opportunity before capital gains tax rule changes bite.

Property tax

In recent years there have been a number of changes to the way property is taxed in the UK. The rules are now complex and full of pitfalls.We recommend seeking specialist advice to ensure compliance and make tax savings.

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