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Distributions From Foreign Opaque Trusts: New Tax Rules For Italian Beneficiaries
Italian resident beneficiaries of foreign trusts should pay attention to the new position taken by the Italian Government concerning distributions made by foreign opaque trusts resident
Italy
11 Dec 2019
2
SNP Manifesto – One Goal In Mind
The SNP have the opportunity in this election to hold the balance of power in the event of a hung Parliament. While the party's leader, Nicola Sturgeon, has ruled out any formal coalition
UK
11 Dec 2019
3
End Of The Line For Entrepreneur's Relief?
With the political hunt on to find extra tax revenues in order to end austerity, both Labour and the Conservatives have the Entrepreneur's Relief (ER) scheme firmly in their sights.
UK
5 Dec 2019
4
UK Election 2019: Looking At Income Tax And Capital Gains Tax (Video)
In this video, Ceri Vokes looks at the manifestos of the Labour party and Conservative party, and specifically what has been said and proposed in relation to income tax and capital gains tax.
UK
3 Dec 2019
5
Labour's 'Fair Tax Programme' - A Second Sting In The Tail
The Labour party's election manifesto and its accompanying ‘Funding Real Change' report promise dramatic increases in taxation to fund a series of ambitious spending pledges, as detailed in our previous article on the topic
UK
2 Dec 2019
6
Conservative Election Manifesto – Still A Low-Tax Approach?
The last of the major national party election manifestos has been published, with the appearance of the Conservative manifesto on 24 November.
UK
2 Dec 2019
7
Am I UK Resident? The Statutory Residence Test Explained
Clients often ask us for advice on either becoming UK resident or on what happens when a person leaves the UK and whether UK residence ceases on departure.
UK
29 Nov 2019
8
Liberal Democrat And SNP Tax Policies – What To Expect?
In the run up to the election, the Liberal Democrats and the Scottish National Party are routinely asked about what they would do in the event of a hung parliament.
UK
27 Nov 2019
9
Labour's Election Manifesto – Their Tax Policies Explained
The Labour party election manifesto was published on 21 November 2019 and, as expected, includes highly ambitious spending pledges and the promise to take the UK economy in a ‘radical' new direction.
UK
27 Nov 2019
10
Availability Of PPR When There Is A Delay Between Exchange And Completion Or Buying Off Plan
In the recent case of Desmond Higgins v Revenue & Customs Commissioners (2019) a taxpayer appealed against the Upper Tribunal's interpretation of the phrase ‘period of ownership'
UK
22 Nov 2019
11
BPR On AIM Shares - Will It Survive The Election? (Video)
In this video, Claire Harris talks about business property relief (BPR) from inheritance tax and what changes there might ...
UK
21 Nov 2019
12
Labour Party Tax Policies – What Can You Expect?
Last week, we considered the range of tax proposals hinted at and pledged over the past few months by senior members of the Conservative party.
UK
21 Nov 2019
13
Conservative Tax Policies – What Can You Expect?
With the election campaign now in full swing, it's time to direct some scrutiny towards the different parties' tax proposals. What can we expect if Boris Johnson
UK
15 Nov 2019
14
HMRC Nudge Letter Guidance
109 countries have now either exchanged or committed to exchange financial information in accordance with the Common Reporting Standard...
UK
14 Nov 2019
15
FDII Deduction For Foreign-Owned US Companies- An Overlooked Opportunity?
For foreign multinationals doing business in the U.S. through a U.S. branch or subsidiary, some portion of their U.S. profits will likely be subject to U.S. income tax.
United States
14 Nov 2019
16
2017 UK Inheritance Tax Changes: Not All Is Lost!
The tax rules for UK residential properties have substantially changed over the last 6 years, reducing the appetite for investment in UK real estate by foreigners.
UK
11 Nov 2019
17
Dealing With Italian Società Semplici In A UK Tax Context
Italian families have historically structured their wealth through società semplici. These are the simplest form of legal entities in Italy and are most commonly used for holding...
UK
30 Oct 2019
18
Italy's Tax Treatment Of Cryptocurrencies: The Risks And Opportunities
Interest in cryptocurrencies and crypto-assets has literally exploded worldwide over the last few years.The reason they have become so attractive is that they serve a multitude of purposes:
Italy
30 Oct 2019
19
Considerations For Californians Looking To Move Out Of State
California has a lot to offer from good weather, a strong economy, an entrepreneurial environment where innovation abounds and an overall high quality of life.
United States
24 Oct 2019
20
What Are My Obligations With This Nudge Letter?
HMRC has entered into a programme of issuing what are called ‘nudge letters' to UK taxpayers. These explain that HMRC is aware that the individual...
UK
14 Oct 2019
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