Post(!) deathbed tax planning – Transfers between spouses with a domicile mismatch

The issue Transfers of assets between UK domiciled spouses are always exempt for IHT purposes.  However, where the donor spouse is…

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Don’t forget to transfer the inheritance tax (IHT) nil rate band!

The issue Since 9 October 2007 the inheritance tax nil rate band can be transferred from one spouse to another. Any…

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Countdown to the offshore tax disclosure deadline

Urgent action to be taken You will have seen previous tax bites explaining the benefit of coming clean on any previously…

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Clarification on tax rules following General Election fiasco!

After months of uncertainty, the government have confirmed that the previously announced changes to the taxation of non UK domiciled individuals…

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Changes to the taxation of non-domiciliaries post 6 April 2017

As announced in Summer Budget 2015 there will be a significant change to the tax treatment of non-UK domiciliaries and their…

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Some non-doms may want to splash out on the remittance basis charge!

The issue Although the new 6 April 2017 rules for non-UK domiciled individuals have not been finalised yet, we still have…

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Benefit of existing trust under new non-dom rules

After an initial consultation, HMRC have published their comments on the changes to the taxation of non-UK domiciliaries from 6 April…

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Some good news at last for non-UK domiciled individuals

Budget 2015 put a stop to many of the favourable tax rules for individuals who are currently treated as not domiciled…

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Sometimes it is good to use offshore companies

Sometimes it makes sense to use an offshore registered company to carry out UK trading and investment activities.Even though such a…

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Inheritance Tax Planning for Indian and Pakistani domiciled clients

Those individuals who live in the UK but have a father who was born outside the UK, may have what is…

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