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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.

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.

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.

Where is the UK property sector heading beyond 2016?
Howard Freedman

12 September 2016

The past 12 months began with huge growth with investors continuing to buy into the sector at incredible pace, no doubt looking to benefit from the 40 per cent hike in commercial property prices over the past six years.

Beyond 2016 - outlook for the UK real estate sector
Howard Freedman

It’s been a year of mixed hopes for the UK property industry. The EU referendum, significant tax changes and fluctuating overseas investment has impacted the UK sector. With the sector now faring far better than expected, what will the year ahead hold for the real estate sector?

Yet another stealth tax?

06 September 2016

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

Service charge audit

05 September 2016

Managing and delivering an annual service charge statement across a portfolio can be a drain on resources and a distraction from managing the assets. From our thorough understanding of the commercial property industry, we provide a detailed, flexible and value-for-money offering to take the pressure away from you.

RSM creates band in 'Diamond' challenge
Stuart McKinnon

26 August 2016

The North East office of audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has formed a band to support The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE)

Real estate sector at risk from government reforms
Howard Freedman

04 August 2016

RSM is warning that the proposed changes to the tax deductibility of corporate interest, due for inclusion in the Finance Bill 2017, could disproportionately impact the real estate sector and lead to significant additional tax and administrative costs for some businesses.

Commercial property sector takes a knock post-Brexit
Howard Freedman

21 July 2016

Three reports out today have highlighted the challenges facing the commercial property sector in the aftermath of the Brexit vote.