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Year-end tax planning for US taxpayers

In our latest article for The American magazine we highlight some great year-end tax planning opportunities for US taxpayers.

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UAE and US Sign FACTA Agreement

The UAE and US have signed an agreement to implement America’s Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA). Under this agreement the UAE based financial accounts of US citizens in the Gulf state will ...

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Are you an American?

And why you might not want to read this blog if you think you may be.

Holding a US passport means enjoying the benefits of unhindered travel to and from the US and many people, who are rightly proud ...

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The Investor Visa

We often advise individuals who are moving to the UK on how to structure their financial and business affairs in a tax efficient manner, prior to their arrival.

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The Overseas Investor

Our client, a non-UK domiciled individual, has lived in the UK for a number of years. Initially, his “non-dom” status allowed him to access the remittance basis of taxation and he did not suffer UK ...

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The Non-Domiciled Private Equity Advisor

Our recent work for a client provides some good examples of planning which can be considered for a UK resident but non-UK domiciled individual.

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The Private Practice Surgeon

A number of our clients work in the medical profession, and self-employed consultants in particular, will invariably require professional assistance with their tax affairs.

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The French Musician

Our client, a successful French recording artist, is a US resident taxpayer. In 2022 she performed on a short tour of the UK earning a total guarantee of $80,000. As a performer appearing in the UK ...

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UK property and mortgage exchange rate gains

The nasty smell at the back of your mortgage

The London housing market is booming again and inevitably this results in homes being sold and mortgages being repaid.

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Missing something?

Bigger and better

Despite initial concerns that Research and Development Tax Reliefs might only survive as long as the Labour government which introduced them, the Conservatives and Liberal ...

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