The company has developed a highly specialised consultancy division capable of handling and solving complex tax and crossborder estate planning problems.
Working with the company's trust manager, the consultants design solutions to clients' planning needs in both common and civil law jurisdictions.
The division handles estate planning for UK residents, including income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax planning. Its consultants will advise on, and implement tax planning arrangements for foreign nationals moving to the IK and individuals departing from the UK for residence overseas.
The team includes a US tax attorney enabling us to provide solutions for American citizens, immigrants, emigrants and investors through the use of Jersey trust and companies for international tax planning. Techniques encompass the reduction, avoidance or deferral of income, gift or estate tax while providing the maximum offshore protection of inherited or earned wealth.
The company has the expertise and experience to engineer solutions to meet clients' commercial requirements either on a local or global basis.
Specialist advice is provided to international companies looking to use Jersey as a base for tax efficient schemes which benefit employees, such as offshore pensions and Employee Benefits and Share Ownership Plans.
The company plays a leading role in Ernst & Young's European and International Private Wealth Planning groups. In addition the company can call upon Ernst & Young's international network of over 8,000 tax professionals to assist with tax planning solutions relevant to jurisdictions worldwide.
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For further information please contact:
Ernst & Young Trust Company (Jersey) Limited
PO Box 621
Le Gallais Chambers
54 Bath Street
Tel No: 01534 501000
Fax No: 01534 23265
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