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The Denton Briefing September 2016
It is welcome news that two leading City institutions have cancelled predictions of a Brexit recession and lifted growth predictions for 2016 and 2017, removing the expectation of a recession.
UK
17 Oct 2016
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Inheritance Can Be Highly Taxing
The months of summer were always referred to as the "silly season", when the British press struggled to keep their readers' attention with a succession of frivolous news stories.
Gibraltar
17 Oct 2016
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Donít Lose Art
The readers of this esteemed organ are a sophisticated bunch and its content focuses quite heavily on art, so I am assuming that most, like me, are collectors of art.
UK
13 Nov 2014
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Marry For Love Or Taxes?
A recent article in the business pages of this esteemed organ commented that globe-trotting professionals would benefit if they married somebody who is not UK domiciled.
UK
19 Nov 2013
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Hammond Article
My attention was recently drawn to newspaper article criticising Stephen Hammond MP for attempting to "avoid taxes" by purchasing his Portuguese property through a company.
UK
19 Nov 2013
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The Importance Of Planning
In recent weeks I have had to attend to the personal affairs of a close relative who had died after a short spell in hospital.
UK
31 Oct 2013
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New Legislation On Taxation Of Offshore Companies Which Own Uk Property
In May last year the consultation document entitled "Ensuring fair taxation of residential property transactions" was published.
UK
27 Jun 2013
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UK Publishes Draft Legislation On Offshore Companies Which Own UK Property
The consultation document entitled "Ensuring fair taxation of residential property transactions" was published in May this year.
UK
9 Jan 2013
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The Family Investment Company
UK Inheritance Tax is a major issue for anyone UK domiciled or with assets within the UK.
UK
2 Feb 2012
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Donít Lose Control (Or Private Trust Companies)
In a previous article I wrote about the need to plan against inheritance taxes.
Hong Kong
2 Feb 2012
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Guarantee Companies Are Dead Gooood
There are many commentators, and I would be one of those, who say that if there is no other reason whatsoever for placing assets into trust or a foundation other than to avoid probate then it is still a must do item.
UK
2 Feb 2012
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55% Guaranteed/How UK Expatriates Can Save 55%
Many UK expatriates do not realize that they remain UK domiciled and therefore subject to UK inheritance (IHT) on their worldwide estate at a rate of 40% after allowances.
UK
10 Oct 2011
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Family Investment Companies
Nobody likes to think about their own mortality.
UK
12 Sep 2011
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Where There Is A Will... There May Not Be A Way
It seems it is loony season in the UK courts....again. A recent decision seems to suggest that the UK is moving towards a civil law type system which removes the right of individuals to decide who benefits from their estate on their death.
UK
14 Jun 2011
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What Happens When You Leave Hong Kong?
For many foreign nationals Hong Kong is an ideal place to work and accumulate wealth but most choose to retire elsewhere.
Hong Kong
28 Feb 2011
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Donít Lose Control - Use a Private Trust Company
In my last article I wrote about the need to plan against inheritance taxes. One way of doing this is to transfer assets into trust. Once there the assets no longer belong to you, they belong to the trustees, so generally would not attract any tax charge on your death because the legal owner doesnít change.
Hong Kong
19 Jul 2010
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Death, Taxes and the Family Limited Partnership (FLP)
It is said that there are only two things in life which are certain:- death and that England will never win the football world cup again. For UK expatriates liability to UK IHT is determined by an individualís domicile and by the situs of the asset rather than by his residency.
UK
13 Jul 2010
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Tax Efficient Structuring Of Salary Packages
Although tax on salaries in Hong Kong is very low there are a number of steps which an employee, with the co-operation of a sympathetic employer, can take which will make a significant difference to their end of year tax bill.
Hong Kong
31 Jan 2010
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Some Common Misconceptions About Tax
Hong Kong has a very lenient system of taxation. The rates are low and tax is charged only on income which has a Hong Kong source.
Hong Kong
31 Jan 2010
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Don't Lose Control
One way to plan against inheritance tax is to transfer assets into a trust. Once there the assets no longer belong to you, they belong to the trustees, so generally would not attract any tax charge on your death because the legal owner doesn't change.
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