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Landlords Must Assume Tax Relief Changes Will Come Into Force In April
Currently, buy-to-let landlords can deduct their finance costs, including mortgage interest, from their rental profits before calculating their taxable income.
UK
26 Jan 2017
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Autumn Statement 2016: Private Client Announcements
On 23 November 2016 the new Chancellor, Philip Hammond, delivered his first (and what he announced would be his last) Autumn Statement.
UK
29 Nov 2016
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Chancellor Targets Lawyers Over Tax Avoidance
Abolishing the autumn statement was the most legally notable element of what was the chancellor's first and last autumn statement, lawyers claimed yesterday.
UK
29 Nov 2016
4
Autumn Statement: The City Reacts
Emma Loveday commented on the tax elements of the Autumn Statement in an article published in Spear's magazine on 23 November 2016.
UK
28 Nov 2016
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Property Taxes Are Killing The Golden Goose
The property industry has just been warned by Communities Secretary Sajid Javid to "keep an eye out" for changes to real estate taxation in this year's Autumn Statement.
UK
4 Nov 2016
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Disguised Remuneration: Window To Claim Transitional Relief On Investment Growth Extended
Currently, the Finance Act 2011 provides tax relief on amounts earned in disguised remuneration schemes (employee benefit trusts), with a tax charge applying only to the amount invested.
UK
28 Oct 2016
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Why HMRC's New Regime Under CRS Is Bad News For HNWS
The 'unprecedented' amount of data the Revenue will receive from CRS-jurisdictions puts them in a stronger position of power, writes Camilla Wallace.
UK
10 Oct 2016
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Why The Probate Fee Is Yet Another ‘Stealth' Tax On Wealth
The government's proposed changes to probate fees would be a bitter pill for many HNWs to swallow, say Jenny Cutts and Caroline Cook in Spear's Magazine.
UK
2 Sep 2016
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Clampdown On Disguised Remuneration Schemes
Following the statement made by the Chancellor in the Spring 2016 Budget, further changes may be made to legislation to combat what has been commonly termed as 'disguised remuneration'.
UK
22 Jul 2016
10
Inheritance Tax Planning Under The Spotlight
One of the Government's recent initiatives to clamp down on tax avoidance is their consultation on the Disclosure of Tax Avoidance Schemes ("DOTAS") regime published on 20 April 2016 ("the Consultation").
UK
19 Jul 2016
11
How To Ensure "Heritage Assets" Don't Become A Tax Curse
The idea of owning fabulous art works will appeal to many but what happens to descendants who might be faced with a large inheritance tax bill?
UK
14 Jun 2016
12
The End Of The Contracting-Out Era
Last month saw the end of contracting-out, a creature which was introduced in 1978 to enable employers to integrate their scheme benefits with those offered by the State.
UK
1 Jun 2016
13
Trading Subsidiaries Of Charities And Gift Aid: A Reminder
Many charities have subsidiaries which carry out trading activities in order to generate income which can then be applied to further the objects of the parent charity. There are a number of ways in which such income can be paid up to the parent charity...
UK
20 May 2016
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Planning Ahead: Why Adopting A CIL Strategy And Checking CIL Liability Is Wise
A useful High Court judgement regarding the calculation of Community Infrastructure Levy ("CIL") was recently given in the case of Orbital Shopping Park Swindon Ltd, R (on the application of) v Swindon Borough Council & Anor [2016].
UK
29 Apr 2016
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Probate Fees Hike: Wedlake Bell Response
On 18 February 2016 the government announced proposals to dramatically increase the costs of applying for a grant of probate.
UK
7 Apr 2016
16
Budget 2016: Main Points For Private Clients
The Chancellor's Budget on 16 March 2016 contained positive news for private clients, with reductions to the capital gains tax ("CGT") rates, extension of CGT entrepreneurs' relief, and the introduction of a lifetime ISA.
UK
29 Mar 2016
17
Proposed Probate Fees Hike
The government has announced proposals to dramatically increase the costs of applying for a Grant of Representation ("Probate").
UK
14 Mar 2016
18
The Dangers Of DIY Wills
The popularity of DIY will kits has arguably led to a significant increase in work for contentious probate solicitors.
UK
10 Mar 2016
19
Higher SDLT Rates For Second Homes
During last year's Autumn Statement the Chancellor announced that SDLT rates would increase in relation to the purchase of additional residential properties.
UK
4 Feb 2016
20
A Time Of Change
The Chancellor's Summer Budget on 8 July 2015 was a full Budget in terms of content for wealth management practitioners.
UK
20 Jan 2016
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