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Biden’s tax plan – a UK perspective

Individuals with connections to both the US and the UK should not lose sight of UK tax implications when they plan for the forthcoming US tax changes
08 October 2021

The Office of Tax Simplification publishes second report on simplifying Capital Gains Tax

The OTS has suggested significant CGT reforms across a wide range of areas, including moving home, getting divorced, and running or investing in a business
11 June 2021

UK Real-Estate and the Register of Foreign Owners: new registration requirements

As a transparency measure, the Government is set to introduce a Register of People with Significant Control over Overseas Companies owning UK Real-Estate
22 March 2021

Death and Taxes: a Private Client podcast

In our new podcast series 'Death and Taxes', we discuss the latest developments and issues facing private clients and their advisers
17 March 2021

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Burges Salmon partner named in 2021 eprivateclient 50 Most Influential

John Barnett, Head of the firm’s Private Client Services team, has been named in the 2021 eprivateclient Most Influential rankings
02 February 2021

Capital Gains Tax: what’s next following the Office of Tax Simplification report?

We consider the recommendations in the Office of Tax Simplification report, possible Capital Gains Tax changes in 2021 and their practical implications
03 December 2020

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Webinar on demand: In conversation with Sir Edward Troup

On 6 October 2020, we were joined by Sir Edward Troup, who gave an insider’s view of possible tax changes affecting Private Wealth

14 October 2020

Important Inheritance Tax Changes for Trusts

We consider Inheritance Tax changes for Trusts in the 2020 Finance Bill and urgent restructuring which trustees and settlors may want to consider where they have excluded property trusts
09 July 2020

Domicile and Long-Term Residence: an early domicile conclusion can become an unwanted gift

The FTT decided it had authority to determine the taxpayer’s domicile status during an application for a closure notice and appeal against an information notice
18 June 2020

Fisher v HMRC: The Upper-Tier Tribunal decision

The Upper-Tier Tribunal decision in Fisher v HMRC has clarified the scope of the Transfer of Assets Abroad code and the applicability of the motive defence
16 April 2020

Is HMRC's new draft Charter an improvement?

HMRC’s new draft Charter has some encouraging additions but a few concerning omissions will hopefully be amended before it is finalised
09 April 2020

The interactions of non-domiciled status and British citizenship by naturalisation

Is the intention to make the UK the principal home for naturalisation purposes consistent with the non-domiciled status?
10 December 2019
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