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A bit of a wind-up

20 October 2017

Higher tax charges on distributions from solvent liquidation where company’s activities are continued by shareholders.

Time to leave?

19 September 2017

Economic and political uncertainty, calls for higher personal tax rates… the list of reasons for wealthy individuals to consider leaving the UK seems to get ever longer.

All change for non-doms again?

03 June 2017

It was inevitable, following the announcement of the 8 June general election, that not all provisions included in the 2017 Finance Bill would be made law before parliament was dissolved. Will the proposed non-dom changes be reintroduced?

Explaining investment funds

13 May 2017

When investing in collective investments or funds, the tax you pay can vary substantially depending on the choices you make. We can’t tell you which funds to pick to make your fortune, but we can answer some common questions about how they work.

Reform of QROPS

08 March 2017

The government is concerned that QROPS – non-UK pensions intended to operate similarly to UK pension schemes – are being abused. To counter the abuse, future transfers into a QROPS and from one QROPS to another will be subject to a 25 per cent tax charge unless certain conditions are met. Even where no immediate tax charge arises, actions taken up to five years later could create a liability.

Foreign companies and UK property

18 January 2017

Owning UK residential property via an offshore company used to be heaven. Have new tax charges turned it into hell?

Taxation of overseas pensions

23 November 2016

The taxation of overseas pensions received by UK residents, and payments after leaving the UK, will be overhauled. In both cases, it looks like bad news.

Andrew Robins

Partner

Andrew Robins is a partner in RSM’s London private client tax team, advising on all areas of UK personal taxation.

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