After more than 200 years of development, the UK tax regime remains generous to those who are resident but not domiciled in the UK. With care and good planning, you can have tax-free access to your funds that might otherwise be taxed up to 45%. Download this guide to find out more.
Company: Buzzacott | Published: 26 February 2015 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation
With the tax year ending on 5 April, use the remaining few weeks to ensure that your tax position is as ‘sweet’ as possible. This guide provides advice to business owners and private clients on how to maximise tax planning ideas.
Company: Baker Tilly | Published: 16 February 2015 | Business Area: Planning
Tax Focus provides a summary of current tax issues for companies. This issue covers: artificial use of dual contracts by non-domiciles; claiming capital allowances on property; HMRC guidance on FRS102; OECD base erosion and profit shifting action plan.
Company: Smith and Williamson | Published: 17 March 2014 | Business Area: Financial Reporting
UK resident non-domiciled individuals are now able to remit overseas income and gains to the UK for certain qualifying business investments without creating a taxable remittance. Offshore income and gains may have been previously ring-fenced, so they weren't brought into the UK and taxed correctly.
Company: Mazars | Published: 26 November 2012 | Business Area: Enforcement and Regulation
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