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New reporting obligations on trustees

The amount of compliance and due diligence that trustees must comply with has grown greatly in recent years. We set out recent compliance obligations that trustees must be aware of.
24 October 2017

ATED valuation dates: what you need to know

Companies subject to the Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) will need to review before April 2018 whether the new 1 April 2017 ATED valuation date will place them into a different ATED band.
19 October 2017

A cure for "subsidy addiction"?

A review of subsidies to farming post-Brexit may also result in a review of all the benefits farmers receive, including tax relief. The issues will be wider and more complicated than some may think.
21 September 2017

Beddoe orders: important considerations for trustees faced with legal proceedings

A Beddoe order can offer cost protection to trustees when bringing or defending a claim. This article outlines some practical considerations for trustees when considering Beddoe applications.
19 September 2017

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Burges Salmon named Private Client Legal Team of the Year at STEP Private Client Awards

Burges Salmon is winner of the Legal Team of the Year – Large Firm category at the STEP Private Client Awards 2017/18.
07 September 2017

Oco Limited and others v HMRC: lessons for trustees exercising discretionary powers

This recent judgment provides guidance as to what a trustee must consider when exercising a discretionary power of appointment and commentary on the distinction between bare and discretionary trusts.
06 September 2017

IHT relief on holiday cottages – only available in theory?

A First Tier Tax Tribunal case on Business Property Relief for IHT on a complex of 8 holiday cottages in Cornwall has confirmed the difficulties in securing relief on furnished holiday lets.
14 August 2017

2017 non-dom changes confirmed: how can trustees and individuals prepare?

The changes to the taxation of non-doms and non-UK trusts are going ahead and will be backdated to take effect from 6 April 2017. We look at what trustees and individuals can do to prepare.
14 August 2017

New trust reporting requirements – HMRC Trust Registration Service launched

Trustees are required to report trusts with UK tax liabilities using the online trusts register.
27 July 2017

Brexit for EEA nationals

This briefing looks at some of the steps that EEA and Swiss nationals can take now to protect their immigration status.
14 June 2017

Principal Private Residence Relief: how does PPR apply between exchange and completion?

The First Tier Tribunal has rejected HMRC’s argument that the taxpayer’s period of ownership of a property should include time taken between exchange and completion.
03 May 2017

Non-dom reforms dropped from the Finance Bill 2017

The changes to the taxation of non-doms and non-UK trusts will not become law before the Election. However, we still expect them to be introduced this year and to be backdated to 6 April 2017.
26 April 2017
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