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Landlords pushed into a tight spot!

25 August 2015

Landlords were dealt a blow in the Budget with the announcement of a restriction to basic rate relief only on finance costs on rental properties. So what should these landlords do now?

Pension changes - what are the options?

12 August 2015

Pensions are supposedly a stable longer term savings environment to ensure individuals can have certainty of income in retirement. But another significant change to pensions announced in the Summer Budget means that action is required and other options may need to be considered urgently.

Offshore Messenger August 2015

06 August 2015

A UK tax update for offshore trustees and related professionals.

Inheritance tax to apply to UK property held indirectly by nom-doms

06 August 2015

The Summer Budget 2015 introduced yet another significant (and perhaps the last) tax targeting of UK residential property, with the proposal to apply UK inheritance tax to property held indirectly by non-doms including through excluded property trusts.

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!

Non-resident landlords - reliefs to be reduced

06 August 2015

UK government proposes to tackle the buoyant buy-to-let market and perceived tax advantages by reducing tax reliefs for finance costs and wear and tear.

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.

Summer Budget 2015 so what else might we see in the Budget

01 July 2015

And finally, a list of measures that have previously been announced, and could very well make an appearance when the Chancellor makes his speech next week…

Non-UK residents pay CGT on UK residential property disposals from 6 April 2015
Gary Heynes

23 April 2015

Further practical information, including a new tax return, has now emerged for non-UK residents disposing of UK residential property.

The tax return deadline looms - read Baker Tilly's tips for a top tax return
Gary Heynes

20 October 2014

With the deadline for filing paper self-assessment tax returns fast approaching, taxpayers who don’t file online will have to get their skates on if they are to submit their return by 31 October.