08 July 2015
The Summer Budget has brought a number of measures, which will impact on the real estate sector.
Changes in the UK and international tax landscape have meant that the UK is no longer seen as a clear choice to purchase real estate.
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.
You could make substantial tax savings with a review of your capital allowances claims. If you are an owner of commercial property and subject to UK tax, you are entitled to claim capital allowances on qualifying fixtures in your properties.
Our experts can advise you on every aspect of personal tax, but it’s our holistic service that really stands out. Whether we are providing compliance or advisory services, we’ll stay in touch with you throughout the year regarding planning opportunities.
Those buying property face many tax issues, whether it is for their main home or an investment. For example, inheritance tax and the family home is complex, as is managing capital gains on buy to let property. Our expert team can help.
Despite the many legislative changes to the taxation of trusts in recent years, they continue to offer a flexible, tax-efficient structure to preserve and protect family wealth. Trusts therefore remain an important part of asset protection planning.
The first 100 days following a merger or acquisition is crucial for any business. Our after the deal team can be on hand support to help you through this process. Contact our team to find out more about the services we offer.
Partner, Real Estate Tax
Adrian is a tax partner in the London office and has over 20 years of experience in advising on tax matters.
Joan joined RSM in 2004 after qualifying as a certified chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser.