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IHT on UK residential property – look through to the future

Changes to the inheritance tax (‘IHT’) treatment of UK residential property were originally proposed in the Summer Budget 2015, to take effect as of 6 April 2017.   To date, UK residential property ...

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(the last) Autumn Statement

The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, today delivered his first, and last, Autumn statement.

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President Donald J. Trump - What tax changes can we expect?

This morning, Donald J. Trump won the US Presidential Election.

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US Election Results : Are you now considering expatriation?

Prior to the US Presidential election we heard comments first hand and in the press from US citizens and green card holders that they may consider expatriation after the election results.

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Keep FIC in the Family

If you have fully utilised your pension saving allowances, exhausted your trust planning opportunities but still want to be able to plan for the future in a tax efficient manner what else can be ...

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Expat Tax Break : Overseas Workdays Relief

If you are an expat coming to the UK to work there is one UK tax break which should not be ignored...

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HMRC's Worldwide Disclosure Facility (WDF)

(Updated 18th June 2019)

HMRC are busy collecting data from over 100 countries and their financial institutions on UK resident taxpayers.

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2016 Budget Summary

Yesterday, George Osborne delivered what we consider to be a positive 2016 Budget.

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Autumn Statement 2015

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, delivered his first Autumn statement as the Chancellor of a Conservative government today.

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Pension Contributions – there’s still time!

The amount of an individual’s pension contributions which will qualify for higher-rate tax relief is essentially restricted by:

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