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UK Non-Residents To Be Taxed On Gains From UK Land
Friday 6 July (so-called 'L-Day') saw the Government issue the eagerly awaited legislation and guidance regarding the taxation of gains from UK land for non-residents.
UK
29 Aug 2018
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The Private Client Perspective From Tax Journal 2018
This measure was announced at Autumn Budget 2017 and a consultation ran from 22 November 2017 to 16 February 2018.
UK
27 Jul 2018
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The Decision In Robert Ames V The Commissioners For HMRC [2018] UKUT 0190 (TCC)
The Enterprise Investment Scheme ("EIS") is a government-approved scheme designed to encourage investment in start-up and early stage UK companies.
UK
20 Jul 2018
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Innovation In The Tax System
Publications from the Office for Tax Simplification ("OTS") often lead to changes in UK tax law, so the "Business Lifecycle Report" merits close study.
UK
20 Jul 2018
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Act Now To Limit Penalties For Offshore Tax Liabilities
Now is the time to act if you may have offshore assets or income for which you haven't fully declared your UK income tax, capital gains tax or inheritance tax liabilities.
UK
18 Apr 2018
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The 2017 Private Client Tax Landscape
2017 has been a year of uncertainty and frustration for nondomiciled individuals and their advisors, in light of the snap election and a new parliamentary timetable.
UK
27 Feb 2018
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With Great Power, Comes Great Responsibility
The evidence in McGreevy, Hesketh and Welland reveals judicial diversity on what amounts to reasonable excuse; whether ignorance of the law can be a valid excuse for non-compliance; and when HMRC's failings exculpate a taxpayer ...
UK
26 Feb 2018
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The Autumn Budget 2017
The Chancellor delivered his Autumn Budget on 22nd November, setting out the Government's tax policy for the next fiscal period.
UK
22 Jan 2018
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Non-UK Companies Dealing In UK Property To Become Subject To Corporation Tax
From April 2020, non-UK resident companies that carry on a UK property business or have other income and gains derived from UK property will become chargeable to UK corporation tax.
UK
22 Jan 2018
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Do You Need To Declare Your Cryptocurrency To HMRC?
If you have sold, gifted or spent cryptocurrency in the tax year ending 5 April 2017, you may need to declare any profit or gains on your self-assessment tax return due 31 January 2018.
UK
15 Jan 2018
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The Autumn Budget 2017
The Chancellor delivered his Autumn Budget today, setting out the Government's tax policy for the next fiscal period.
UK
23 Nov 2017
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Tax Changes Impacting High Value UK Property Held By Offshore Companies
The UK Government is targeting existing property-owning companies with two important new tax charges.
UK
14 Aug 2013
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Capital Gains Tax changes And The new Entrepreneurs´ Relief
In his October Pre-Budget Report, the Chancellor announced that taper relief, which can reduce the effective rate of capital gains tax (CGT) to 10%, and the indexation allowance, which gives relief for inflation, would both be withdrawn from 06 April 2008.
UK
29 Jan 2008
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Tax Changes For Non-doms
In his Pre-Budget Report the Chancellor announced possible changes to the taxation of non-domiciled individuals living in the UK, commonly known as "non-doms". HM Treasury has now published a consultation document on the proposals. The changes are likely to take effect from 06 April 2008 and will have a huge impact on many non-doms.
UK
22 Jan 2008
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Capital Gains Tax Changes. What Should You Be Doing? Sell Now Or Sell Later?
In his Pre-Budget Report, the Chancellor announced that from 6 April 2008, taper relief and indexation relief will be withdrawn and Capital Gains Tax (CGT) charged at a flat rate of 18%. Whilst it is possible the proposal may never become law, the safest option is to assume it will.
UK
28 Nov 2007
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Pre-Budget Report 2007
The headline news from the Pre-Budget Report is the fundamental change to CGT. There will be a flat rate of 18% and taper relief/indexation will be abolished. The changes come into effect on 06 April 2008.
UK
16 Oct 2007
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Budget 2006 – Trusts and Tax
Every budget has its fair share of nasty surprises and this was no exception. Press release BN 25 had the innocuous sounding title "Aligning The Inheritance Tax Treatment For Trusts". Innocuous it certainly isn't. It announces fundamental changes to the taxation of trusts, which are arguably retrospective, as they will apply to both new and existing settlements.
UK
25 Apr 2006
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The UK – a Tax Haven Without Palm Trees?
If you are planning to come to the UK, whether short-term or permanently, you will discover a fiscal regime that can be as welcoming as any tax haven. But beware, you must plan carefully if you are to make the most of the available tax advantages. Organising your tax affairs after you arrive may be too late.
UK
30 Nov 2005
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