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Non-Dom Measures Delayed until Future Finance Bill
The government has had to postpone many measures that were included in Finance Bill 2017 in order to pass through the legislation in a shortened timeframe before Parliament is dissolved on 3 May.
UK
26 Apr 2017
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Non-Dom Reforms – A Guide For Trustees
On Friday 18th August 2016 the government released a further consultation document on the proposed changes to the taxation of non-domiciled individuals due to take effect from 6 April 2017.
UK
28 Sep 2016
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Non-Dom Reforms To Go Ahead
The government released a further consultation document on Friday 18th August 2016 in which they confirm that they will press ahead with the proposed changes to the taxation of non-domiciled individuals.
UK
22 Aug 2016
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Proposed Changes To The Non-Dom Regime From April 2017
The changes were first announced in the 2015 Summer Budget, and a Consultation document was issued in September 2015 setting out further details.
UK
6 May 2016
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"FATCA"– Type Agreements Proposed With Offshore Financial Centres
In September 2012 the UK became the first jurisdiction to sign an enhanced automatic tax information exchange agreement with the United States.
UK
 
4 Jul 2013
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UK Private Equity Funds: Tax-Efficient Structuring
London is home to a number of major private equity (PE) funds and many more boutique investment houses.
UK
1 Nov 2012
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Overseas Businesses: Key Considerations When Establishing A Presence In The UK
An overseas business looking to establish itself in the UK will need a local adviser "on the ground" to make sure that it fulfils all of its statutory obligations.
UK
1 Oct 2012
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Offshore Trustees: Have You Made Your Rebasing Election For UK Beneficiaries?
Finance Act 2008 introduced a new capital gains tax regime for UK resident but non-domiciled beneficiaries of non-UK resident trusts.
UK
 
9 Aug 2012
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Can I Use An Offshore Company Or Trust To Hold My Assets And Legitimately Reduce My UK Tax Bill?
A common question put to tax advisors by UK resident clients is "is there any way I can legitimately use an offshore company or trust to hold assets and reduce my UK tax bill?"
UK
 
7 Aug 2012
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Finance Act 2012 - Boost To International Real Estate Investment And Other Business-Friendly Measures
The Irish Finance Act 2012 has been enacted, giving effect to the measures contained in Finance Bill 2012.
Ireland
19 Apr 2012
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Use Of UK And Irish Structures For Chinese-Resident Individuals And Companies
Chinese entrepreneurs and their businesses have often used classical offshore companies to minimise their Chinese tax liabilities.
UK
27 Feb 2012
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