Breakdown of Trust
Today there are over 11 million people in the UK aged over 65, and nearly 80% own their own home. Unfortunately, giving away the family home (whether outright or into trust) tends to be a pretty bad idea for a number of reasons…
We recently outlined the proposed changes to the non-UK domicile (non-dom) tax regime following the publication on 19 August 2016 of HMRC’s latest consultation document. The consultation makes it clear that there will be a window of opportunity for individuals who will become deemed domiciled in April 2017 to plan for these changes, albeit a short one. We have outlined our initial thoughts on what the planning opportunities may be.
The latest round of consultation on the changes to be made to the non-dom tax regime was released on Friday. The changes are to come in on 6 April 2017 and will mean that non-doms are deemed to be UK domiciled for all tax purposes after 15 years of UK residence. There will also be look through provisions for UK residential property held in offshore structures.
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