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Family Owned Business newsletter ; February 2015

In this edition we look at strengthening the structure and governance of a family business.
25 February 2015


Private Client Briefing - Spring 2015

Our latest update on the topical issues and legal developments for private clients.
12 February 2015

Swiss Tax Agreement – recovery of wrongful levy of one-off payments

In our briefing dated 5 February 2014 we noted that, following the introduction of the 'Swiss Tax Agreement', a number of incorrectly levied one-off charges were reported to HMRC.
07 January 2015

ATED Changes for 2015

At the Budget 2014 it was announced that new ATED charges would apply to properties worth between £1m-£2m from 1st April 2015 and properties worth between £500,000 and £1m from 1st April 2016.
07 January 2015


UK Investor visa - minimum investment threshold set to double

The UK Government gave its first official response to the Migration Advisory Committee proposals by the introduction of changes in the Immigration Rules which affect the Tier 1 (Investor) Visa.
17 October 2014


Family Owned Business newsletter - September 2014

In this edition we look at ways in which to 'de-risk' a family business, by ensuring that the family's assets are diversified and that the business is protected. 
29 September 2014


UK Remittance Basis - Collateral and relevant debts

HMRC has changed how it treats loan arrangements for non-doms. This impacts on non-doms with loans secured on offshore assets and banks who will have to review their security arrangements.
24 September 2014

Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility

HM Revenue and Customs' HMRC has announced changes to the terms of the Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility (LDF).
09 September 2014

Remittances of Loan Collateral

HMRC has changed how it treats loan arrangements for non-doms who use the remittance basis.
08 September 2014

The Law Commission review of laws relating to wills

07 August 2014


Checks or Cheques?

From October 2014, residential landlords who fail to check if their tenants have the right to live in the UK, before renting out their property, will face the prospect of fines.
14 July 2014

Consultation on the use of charities in tax avoidance

HMRC has stated that it wishes to target only “extreme cases of abuse” on the use of charities in tax avoidance schemes, and allow normal charities and charitable giving to continue unaffected.
11 July 2014

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