Tax Planning with Offshore Companies and Trusts 2015

Tax Planning with Offshore Companies and Trusts 2015

October 2015 Edition - Updated For The March 2015 Budget & July 2015 Summer Budget This guide contains detailed information on how offshore companies and trusts are taxed in 2015 and how (and when) you can use them to reduce your UK taxes.

Author: Lee Hadnum

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1508876533

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Page: 220

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This guide contains detailed information on how offshore companies and trusts are taxed in 2015 and how (and when) you can use them to reduce your UK taxes. It is updated for the latest anti avoidance rules that apply from April 2015. Subjects covered include: Offshore Companies What benefits there are from using an offshore company Detailed explanations of how to establish your company as non resident...including a review of recent cases in this area How and when you are taxed on income of the offshore company...including how these rules are changing How and when you are taxed on capital gains of the offshore company including details of the latest rules How to use double tax treaties to make maximum use of offshore companies When you can use offshore companies to reduce your UK taxes How to show offshore company income on UK tax returns How non UK domiciliaries can take advantage of special rules for using offshore companies When to use Offshore Hybrid Companies and how they're taxed in the UK When to use private trust companies and private trust foundations How to avoid having a UK trade and being taxed on UK profits How the new controlled foreign company (CFC) provisions will apply Whether to trade overseas using a separate company or branch ... Using an offshore company and trust structure Offshore company checklist Plus lots more... Offshore Trusts What tax benefits are available from using an offshore trust How the ATED and CGATED apply The new CGT charge for UK residential property from April 2015 and non-resident trusts Should you use an offshore trust to hold UK residential property from April 2015? How Offshore life interest trusts are taxed Key points to consider when setting up an offshore trust When and how to migrate a UK trust offshore Exactly how the income tax, CGT and IHT anti avoidance rules apply to offshore trusts ...and when they don't apply The top tax planning uses for offshore trusts How you can use offshore trusts to benefit your Grandchildren tax efficiently How non UK domiciliaries can take advantage of special offshore trust rules When you can use offshore trusts to purchase property tax efficiently How to extract cash from offshore trusts tax efficiently Techniques to "Wash out" capital gains with offshore trusts How to use double tax treaties to set up a tax efficient offshore trust structure Recent offshore trust Q&A's ...and much more
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Non Resident and Offshore Tax Planning How to Cut Your Tax to Zero

Non Resident and Offshore Tax Planning  How to Cut Your Tax to Zero

This 284 page tax book is essential reading for: Anyone considering moving abroad to avoid income tax or CGT Anyone planning to work overseas Anyone returning to the UK after a period of non-residence Non UK domiciliaires planning to live ...

Author: L. Hadnum

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1508859825

Category:

Page: 294

View: 609

New September 2015 Edition Fully Updated For The 2015 Budget & July 2015 Summer Budget Leaving the UK and becoming non UK resident offers many tax planning benefits. It isn't just non residence that offers tax planning opportunities. Non UK domiciliaries can also structure their affairs to avoid income tax and capital gains tax as well as inheritance tax. This 284 page tax book is essential reading for: Anyone considering moving abroad to avoid income tax or CGT Anyone planning to work overseas Anyone returning to the UK after a period of non-residence Non UK domiciliaires planning to live in the UK tax efficiently What Information is Contained in the Guide Non-Resident & Offshore Tax Planning is jam-packed full of clear examples and unique tax planning advice. Subjects covered include: Full and comprehensive explanation of terms "Domicile" and "Non Resident". How becoming non-resident could save you a fortune in tax. Fully updated for new residence rules. Latest tax changes from April 2015. All about the new Principal Private Residence (PPR) relief rules from April 2015. How to purchase UK property after 2015. How the statutory residence test applies from April 2013. Detailed analysis of relevant cases on non residence. Exactly how to make a distinct break with UK to avoid UK residence. How to take advantage of loopholes in the Statutory Residence provisions. How HMRC keeps a track on UK visits with new technology. Whether you should or shouldn't be claiming the personal allowance after you leave the UK. How to make capital & income distributions from offshore trusts tax effiicently. Exactly how to establish company residence overseas. Detailed explanations of how to avoid UK tax on your income from rents, dividends, pensions and employment. How you could completely escape capital gains tax both in the UK and abroad. Pitfalls to negotiate when avoiding UK capital gains tax. How to protect property investments from the taxman Tax implications of selling your UK home after you leave the UK. The latest non-dom tax changes How to lose a UK domicile and how to retain an overseas domicile. How to avoid inheritance tax by losing your UK domicile. How to use your spouse to slash your tax bill. How the changes to the remittance basis will affect non UK domiciliaries AND the opportunities you still have to reduce UK taxes. How the £30,000 and £60,000 annual tax charge for non UK domiciliaries works. How to remit income and capital gains free of UK tax. How the new CGT regime for non-residents from April 2015 will apply What you need to know about the new Business Investment Exemption How foreign nationals can escape UK taxes altogether. Dedicated areas of advice for investors in overseas property. Changes to the treatment of loans for non-doms How you could claim tax free lump sums whilst working abroad. How Double Tax Relief works and how to make the most of it. How to avoid tax everywhere by becoming a "Tax Nomad". Tax advantages and disadvantages of offshore trusts and companies. Detailed analysis of the latest changes to the tax treatment of offshore companies A detailed look at when you can and can't use offshore companies and trusts to reduce UK taxes. How overseas investors should invest in UK property. How non UK domiciliaries can use excluded property trusts tax efficiently in 2014/2015 How to save tax with double tax treaties. and much more...
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Non Resident Offshore Tax Planning 2014 2015

Non Resident   Offshore Tax Planning 2014 2015

This tax book is essential reading for: Anyone considering moving abroad to avoid income tax or CGT Anyone planning to work overseas Anyone returning to the UK after a period of non-residence Non UK domiciliaires planning to live in the UK ...

Author: Lee Hadnum

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1497381568

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 308

View: 237

"An authoritative review of the topic" - The Times "A useful read" - Guardian Unlimited "A helpful guide to non-resident and offshore tax matters" - The Telegraph New March 2014 Edition - fully updated for the latest 2014/2015 changes including: The proposed changes to the CGT regime for non residents from April 2015 Latest changes to the statutory residence test for 2014 Recent decisions on residence Changes to Inheritance tax for non doms Changes announced in the March 2014 Budget Leaving the UK and becoming non UK resident offers many tax planning benefits. Non UK domiciliaries can also structure their affairs to avoid UK tax. This tax book is essential reading for: Anyone considering moving abroad to avoid income tax or CGT Anyone planning to work overseas Anyone returning to the UK after a period of non-residence Non UK domiciliaires planning to live in the UK tax efficiently What is Included in this book? Subjects covered include: Full and comprehensive explanation of how to establish non-domicile and non-residence. March 2014 Budget changes. How becoming non-resident could save you a fortune in tax. How the statutory residence test applies from April 2013. Detailed analysis of relevant cases on non residence. Exactly how to make a distinct break with UK to avoid UK residence. How to take advantage of loopholes in the Statutory Residence provisions. How HMRC keeps a track on UK visits with new technology. Whether you should or shouldn't be claiming the personal allowance after you leave the UK. How to make capital & income distributions from offshore trusts tax efficiently. Exactly how to establish company residence overseas. Detailed explanations of how to avoid UK tax on your income from rents, dividends, pensions and employment. How you could completely escape capital gains tax both in the UK and abroad. Pitfalls to negotiate when avoiding UK capital gains tax. How to protect property investments from the taxman. Tax implications of selling your UK home after you leave the UK. The latest non-dom tax changes for 2013. How to lose a UK domicile and how to retain an overseas domicile. How to avoid inheritance tax by losing your UK domicile. How to use your spouse to slash your tax bill. How the changes to the remittance basis will affect non UK domiciliaries AND the opportunities you still have to reduce UK taxes. How the £30,000 and £50,000 annual tax charge for non UK domiciliaries works. How to remit income and capital gains free of UK tax. How the new CGT regime for non-residents from April 2014 may apply. What you need to know about the new Business Investment Exemption. How foreign nationals can escape UK taxes altogether. Dedicated areas of advice for investors in overseas property. Changes to the treatment of loans for non-doms. How you could claim tax free lump sums whilst working abroad. How Double Tax Relief works and how to make the most of it. How to avoid tax everywhere by becoming a "Tax Nomad". Tax advantages and disadvantages of offshore trusts and companies. Detailed analysis of the 2013 changes to the tax treatment of offshore companies. A detailed look at when you can and can't use offshore companies and trusts to reduce UK taxes. How overseas investors should invest in UK property. How non UK domiciliaries can use excluded property trusts tax efficiently in 2014/2015. How to save tax with double tax treaties. and much more...
Categories: Business & Economics

Non resident Offshore Tax Planning 2016 2017

Non resident   Offshore Tax Planning 2016 2017

This 325 page tax book is essential reading for: Anyone considering moving abroad to avoid income tax or CGT Anyone planning to work overseas Anyone returning to the UK after a period of non-residence Non UK domiciliaires planning to live ...

Author: Lee Hadnum

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1532831544

Category:

Page: 308

View: 592

New April 2016 Edition fully updated for the latest 2016/2017 changes Leaving the UK and becoming non UK resident offers many tax planning benefits. It isn't just non residence that offers tax planning opportunities. Non UK domiciliaries can also structure their affairs to avoid income tax and capital gains tax as well as inheritance tax. This 325 page tax book is essential reading for: Anyone considering moving abroad to avoid income tax or CGT Anyone planning to work overseas Anyone returning to the UK after a period of non-residence Non UK domiciliaires planning to live in the UK tax efficiently What Information is Contained in the Guide Non-Resident & Offshore Tax Planning is jam-packed full of clear examples and unique tax planning advice. Subjects covered include: Full and comprehensive explanation of terms "Domicile" and "Non Resident". How becoming non-resident could save you a fortune in tax. Fully updated for new residence rules. Latest tax changes from April 2015. The new 15 year (or in practice 13 year) rule for non-doms from April 2017. All about the new Principal Private Residence (PPR) relief rules from April 2015. How to purchase UK property after 2015. How the statutory residence test applies from April 2013. Changes to the tax treatment of UK dividends from April 2016. Detailed analysis of relevant cases on non residence. Exactly how to make a distinct break with UK to avoid UK residence. How to take advantage of loopholes in the Statutory Residence provisions. How HMRC keeps a track on UK visits with new technology. Whether you should or shouldn't be claiming the personal allowance after you leave the UK. How to make capital & income distributions from offshore trusts tax efficiently. Exactly how to establish company residence overseas. Detailed explanations of how to avoid UK tax on your income from rents, dividends, pensions and employment. How you could completely escape capital gains tax both in the UK and abroad. Pitfalls to negotiate when avoiding UK capital gains tax. Tax implications of selling your UK home after you leave the UK. How to lose a UK domicile and how to retain an overseas domicile. How to avoid inheritance tax by losing your UK domicile. How to use your spouse to slash your tax bill. How the changes to the remittance basis will affect non UK domiciliaries AND the opportunities you still have to reduce UK taxes. How the £30,000 and £60,000 annual tax charge for non UK domiciliaries works. How to remit income and capital gains free of UK tax. How the new CGT regime for non-residents from April 2015 will apply What you need to know about the new Business Investment Exemption How foreign nationals can escape UK taxes altogether. Dedicated areas of advice for investors in overseas property. Changes to the treatment of loans for non-doms How Double Tax Relief works and how to make the most of it. How to avoid tax everywhere by becoming a "Tax Nomad". Detailed analysis of the latest changes to the tax treatment of offshore companies A detailed look at when you can and can't use offshore companies and trusts to reduce UK taxes. How overseas investors should invest in UK property. How non UK domiciliaries can use excluded property trusts tax efficiently in 2014/2015 How to save tax with double tax treaties. and much more...
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Non Resident Offshore Tax Planning

Non Resident   Offshore Tax Planning

This 325 page tax book is essential reading for: Anyone considering moving abroad to avoid income tax or CGT Anyone planning to work overseas Anyone returning to the UK after a period of non-residence Non UK domiciliaires planning to live ...

Author: Mr Lee Hadnum

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1548914762

Category:

Page: 328

View: 942

New September 2017 Edition fully updated for the latest 2017/2018 changes Leaving the UK and becoming non UK resident offers many tax planning benefits. It isn't just non residence that offers tax planning opportunities. Non UK domiciliaries can also structure their affairs to avoid income tax and capital gains tax as well as inheritance tax. This 325 page tax book is essential reading for: Anyone considering moving abroad to avoid income tax or CGT Anyone planning to work overseas Anyone returning to the UK after a period of non-residence Non UK domiciliaires planning to live in the UK tax efficiently What Information is Contained in the Guide? Non-Resident & Offshore Tax Planning is jam-packed full of clear examples and unique tax planning advice. Subjects covered include: Full and comprehensive explanation of terms "Domicile" and "Non Resident". How becoming non-resident could save you a fortune in tax. Fully updated for new residence rules. Latest tax changes from April 2017. The new 15 year (or in practice 13 year) rule for non-doms from April 2017. All about the new Principal Private Residence (PPR) relief rules from April 2015. How to purchase UK property tax efficiently. How the statutory residence test applies. Changes to the tax treatment of UK dividends from April 2016. Detailed analysis of relevant cases on non residence. Exactly how to make a distinct break with UK to avoid UK residence. How to take advantage of loopholes in the Statutory Residence provisions. How HMRC keeps a track on UK visits with new technology. Whether you should or shouldn't be claiming the personal allowance after you leave the UK. How to make capital & income distributions from offshore trusts tax efficiently. Exactly how to establish company residence overseas. Detailed explanations of how to avoid UK tax on your income from rents, dividends, pensions and employment. How you could completely escape capital gains tax both in the UK and abroad. Pitfalls to negotiate when avoiding UK capital gains tax. Tax implications of selling your UK home after you leave the UK. How to lose a UK domicile and how to retain an overseas domicile. How to avoid inheritance tax by losing your UK domicile. How to use your spouse to slash your tax bill. How the changes to the remittance basis will affect non UK domiciliaries AND the opportunities you still have to reduce UK taxes. How the �30,000 and �60,000 amd �90,000 annual tax charge for non UK domiciliaries works. How to remit income and capital gains free of UK tax. How the new CGT regime for non-residents applies from April 2015 applies What you need to know about the new Business Investment Exemption How foreign nationals can escape UK taxes altogether. Dedicated areas of advice for investors in overseas property. Changes to the treatment of loans for non-doms. How Double Tax Relief works and how to make the most of it. How to avoid tax everywhere by becoming a "Tax Nomad". Detailed analysis of the latest changes to the tax treatment of offshore companies A detailed look at when you can and can't use offshore companies and trusts to reduce UK taxes. How overseas investors should invest in UK property. How non UK domiciliaries can use excluded property trusts tax efficiently in 2017/2018 How to save tax with double tax treaties.
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The World s Best Tax Havens

The World s Best Tax Havens

What Information is Contained in the Guide? This is the only book of its kind and The World's Best Tax Havens is written in clear English with plenty of examples and tax planning tips.

Author: Lee J. Hadnum

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1546638024

Category:

Page: 242

View: 943

The Guardian: "a useful guide". This 250 page book tells you everything you need to know about tax havens and how they can be used to reduce your taxes even after the G8 changes. The first half looks at the top 25 tax havens in detail. As well as covering the tax regime for each in detail we also look at how to obtain residence there, what its like to live and work there and typical property prices. The second half of the book looks at the tax planning strategies available and how you can use tax havens to reduce your taxes. Many of the strategies are the sames ones used by the large companies and super rich. We show you how to use these strategies to legally reduce your tax liabilities. Setting up offshore trusts, companies and foundations are all covered in detail. What Information is Contained in the Guide? This is the only book of its kind and The World's Best Tax Havens is written in clear English with plenty of examples and tax planning tips. You'll find out all about: How tax havens can help you pay less of the four 'Big Taxes': income tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax and corporation tax. The best European tax havens, including one just 80 miles from the UK which has no capital gains tax, inheritance tax or company tax and is opening its arms to UK residents. Changes to the regime for a number of tax havens during 2015 A Mediterranean tax haven where property is booming, the cost of living is low and there is no capital gains tax or tax on investment income. Two beautiful Mediterranean islands where UK pensions are taxed at just 5% and 15% respectively. Everything you need to know about the gorgeous Caribbean tax havens: living there, buying property and setting up offshore companies and trusts. Countries covered include: Anguilla, The Bahamas, Barbados, The British Virgin Islands, The Cayman Islands, St Kitts and Nevis, and the Turks and Caicos Islands. How to become a HMWI and enjoy Gibraltar's fantastic lifestyle and low taxes. A prosperous English-speaking country just one hour from the UK with a company tax rate of just 12.5% and no tax on UK investment income or capital gains. The best Eastern European tax havens, from Estonia to Russia. Other important tax haven gems scattered around the globe -- some of these countries have 0% taxes, dirt cheap property and are practically begging you to go and take up what's on offer. Everything you need to know about setting up and using offshore companies and trusts. The tremendous benefits of foundations when it comes to protecting your privacy. How to protect your privacy with nominees Recent G20 changes Moving abroad to escape the taxman's clutches How to set up a completely anonymous offshore company using bearer shares. How big companies and the rich use tax havens to lower their taxes and keep their wealth strictly private and protected from the outside world. And much more... Which tax havens does the book cover? The book covers the following offshore tax havens: Andorra Anguilla The Bahamas Barbados Belize Bermuda The British Virgin Islands (BVI) Campione The Cayman Islands The Channel Islands The Cook Islands Costa Rica Cyprus Dubai Eastern Europe Gibraltar Hong Kong Ireland Isle of Man Italy Liechtenstein Malta Monaco Panama Seychelles Singapore St Kitts and Nevis Switzerland Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) United States Denmark United Kingdom Labuan Floating Tax Havens
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The World s Best Tax Havens 2014 2015

The World s Best Tax Havens 2014 2015

What information is contained in the Book? This is the only book of its kind. You'll find out all about: How tax havens can help you pay less of the four 'Big Taxes': income tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax and corporation tax.

Author: Lee Hadnum

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1497381223

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 236

View: 608

Brand New 2014/2015 Edition - Fully Updated For The Latest 2014/2015 Changes "A Useful Guide" - Guardian Unlimited"...Detailed analysis of the main offshore jurisdictions..." Shelter Offshore Magazine The first half of the book takes 25 of the world's best tax havens and examines the personal and corporate tax planning opportunities available in each. It also contains valuable information on the residency requirements for each jurisdiction as well as taking a look at what its actually like to live there. We cover all of the key tax havens from the exotic Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands and Monaco, to less well-known but highly attractive tax havens like Cyprus, Malta and the Isle of Man. The second half of the book looks at how anyone with an interest in international trading or investing can enjoy some of these benefits. We look at the techniques the large multinational companies and super rich use to reduce their taxes and how you, with proper planning, could legally enjoy some of these benefits. What information is contained in the Book? This is the only book of its kind. You'll find out all about: How tax havens can help you pay less of the four 'Big Taxes': income tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax and corporation tax. The best European tax havens, including one just 80 miles from the UK which has no capital gains tax, inheritance tax or company tax and is opening its arms to UK residents. A Mediterranean tax haven where property is booming, the cost of living is low and there is no capital gains tax or tax on investment income. Two beautiful Mediterranean islands where UK pensions are taxed at just 5% and 15% respectively. Everything you need to know about the Caribbean tax havens: living there, buying property and setting up offshore companies and trusts. How to become a HNWI and enjoy Gibraltar's fantastic lifestyle and low taxes. A prosperous English-speaking country just one hour from the UK with a company tax rate of just 12.5% and no tax on UK investment income or capital gains. The best Eastern European tax havens, from Estonia to Russia. Other important tax haven gems scattered around the globe -- some of these countries have 0% taxes, dirt cheap property and are practically begging you to go and take up what's on offer. How to legally avoid the new European Savings Tax Directive. Everything you need to know about setting up and using offshore companies and trusts. The tremendous benefits of foundations when it comes to protecting your privacy. How to protect your privacy with nominees Recent G20 changes Moving abroad to escape the taxman's clutches How to set up a completely anonymous offshore company using bearer shares. How big companies and the rich use tax havens to lower their taxes and keep their wealth protected from the outside world. And much more... Which tax havens does the book cover? The book looks at: Andorra Anguilla The Bahamas Barbados Belize Bermuda The British Virgin Islands (BVI) Campione The Cayman Islands The Channel Islands The Cook Islands Costa Rica Cyprus Dubai Eastern Europe Gibraltar Hong Kong Ireland Isle of Man Liechtenstein Malta Monaco Panama Seychelles Singapore St Kitts and Nevis Switzerland Turks and Caicos Islands United States Denmark United Kingdom Labuan Floating Tax Havens
Categories: Business & Economics

Life in the Uk

Life in the Uk

In this book we look at the main opportunities including: When you will be UK resident How to take full advantage of the 2013 Statutory Residence Test How to make full use of your non UK domicile position How to structure overseas ...

Author: Lee Hadnum

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1497459281

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 122

View: 745

Anyone planning on coming to live in the UK should carefully consider the numerous tax planning opportunities available to them (both prior to coming to the UK and in the immediate years after arrival). By careful structuring of overseas affairs prior to your return you can significantly reduce your income taxes once you're UK resident. In this book we look at the main opportunities including: When you will be UK resident How to take full advantage of the 2013 Statutory Residence Test How to make full use of your non UK domicile position How to structure overseas employments tax efficiently Dealing with overseas property Making the most of foreign capital to reduce UK taxes Buying UK properties with offshore companies to reduce UK tax - including the latest 2014 tax changes How to using an offshore trust for foreign properties and other assets to reduce UK tax Inheritance tax for UK immigrants Reducing tax on foreign pensions Setting up an excluded property trust Bank accounts and mixed funds – tax planning for interest
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The Economist

The Economist

Izmir , the " Pearl of the Aegean Sea " and Turkey's 3rd largest city , is an official
candidate to host Expo 2015 , with the theme ... AKCanada.com The Rreguda
OFFSHORE AND UK COMPANIES formation and administration worldwide . ...
by the American Government www.washint.edu Accelerated programs MINISTRY
OF FINANCE , PLANNING & ECONOMIC ... 20 global offices and over 200 tax ,
corporate and trust professionals , no other corporate service provider is better ...

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ISBN: UVA:X030296788

Category: Commerce

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How to Avoid Tax on Overseas Property 2014 2015

How to Avoid Tax on Overseas Property 2014 2015

We look at all of the above issues (and more) in this book. What is covered in this book? Who Is Taxed On Foreign Rental Income?

Author: L. Hadnum

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1497329418

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 98

View: 683

Of increasing importance to property investors are overseas property developments. Investors looking to benefit from higher levels of capital growth often look overseas. This opens up even more tax planning opportunities as now there are two (or more) jurisdictions to consider, as opposed to one. Anyone buying an overseas property will be concerned with issues such as: reducing capital gains tax ('CGT') on disposal weighing up whether to use a company what type of company and where it should be located? should a trust also be used? is it better to retain personal ownership? maximising reliefs on the disposal including principal private residence relief reducing income tax on rental profits reducing their estate for inheritance tax how double tax treaties effect the tax charge and how overseas properties are taxed. We look at all of the above issues (and more) in this book. What is covered in this book? Who Is Taxed On Foreign Rental Income? Top Income Tax Deductions For Landlords of Overseas Property Tax Deductions For Interest On Overseas Property Letting Using An Overseas Mortgage Jointly Held Property & Income Tax Maximising Tax Relief For Property Business Losses Tax Planning For Non-Doms Buying Overseas Property Making The Most Of Double Tax Relief Reducing CGT If You Occupy Your Overseas PropertyCGT For Non-Doms Selling A Main Residence Reducing CGT If You Carry Out A Trade Transferring Overseas Property To A Spouse Avoiding Tax On The Transfer Of Overseas Property To Children Top 5 Ways To Reduce CGT On A Second Property Overseas Tax Relief When You Sell Overseas Property How Double Tax Relief Works When You Sell An Overseas Property Investing As An Individual Vs Using An Offshore Structure Reducing CGT When Property Is Owned By An Offshore Company A Closer Look At Offshore Company Anti Avoidance Rules Can Non Doms Still Buy Foreign Property Through An Offshore Trust To Reduce Tax Key Points To Consider For Overseas Property Investment Reducing IHT With Debts
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Inheritance Tax Planning for Non UK Domiciliaries

Inheritance Tax Planning for Non UK Domiciliaries

In this book we look at how and when non UK domiciliaries can take advantage of this very attractive tax status to reduce UK inheritance tax. What is covered in the book? Subjects covered include: What is domicile and why is it important?

Author: Lee Hadnum

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1495982629

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 106

View: 587

Non UK domiciliaries are in a privileged position when it comes to UK Inheritance tax planning. So long as they can retain their non UK domicile status they can avoid UK inheritance tax on their overseas estate. Of course it is not quite this simple and there are a lot of obstacles to them benefiting from these rules. In this book we look at how and when non UK domiciliaries can take advantage of this very attractive tax status to reduce UK inheritance tax. What is covered in the book? Subjects covered include: What is domicile and why is it important? The 3 main types of domicile How to establish an overseas domicile and lose your UK domicile Practical steps and paperwork to be completed Recent case law on domicile UK immigrants and emigrants and their domicile status Where assets are located and why it's important The deemed domicile rules When you need to be non resident for 4 or more years to lose UK domicile How the £325,000 non dom spouse exemption (formerly £55,000) works including examples The new election from 2013 that allows non UK domiciled spouse to "opt in" for UK domicile status... and when you should make the election How you can use an Estate tax treaty to reduce your inheritance tax bill Using estate tax treaties to avoid the deemed domicile rules Review of the UK-US Inheritance tax/Estate tax treaty Inheritance tax planning for US citizens living in the UK Investing in UK Property: A case study When and how you can use offshore companies to own UK assets and reduce inheritance tax Review of the main anti avoidance rules that apply to non UK domiciliaries wanting to live in company owned properties How should you purchase UK property as a non-resident, non UK domiciliary given the 2015 changes? When and how to use a Private Trust Company Using an Excluded Property Trust When to use an Excluded Property Trust How the Excluded Property Trust would work in practice
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St James s Place Tax Guide 2014 2015

St  James s Place Tax Guide 2014 2015

liability for tax, 2.1, 19.1 NI contribution, 25.5 Schedule E Case II (former), 10.2
trusts and CGT, 15.10.18 UK tax reliefs, entitlement to, 19.7 ... 10.6.3 Overdue tax
interest on, 5.8, 16.8.2 Overseas capital gains tax, 20.34 company dividends from
, 8.1.6 divorce, 6.8.4 earnings, ... 15.10.2 See also Non-residents Overseas
workdays relief UK earnings, 19.8 P P11D particulars on, 10.7 Parenthood tax
planning, ...

Author: E. Lipkin

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137411945

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 470

View: 879

The 43rd annual edition of the leading guide to taxation in Britain. This practical and user-friendly guide is a bestseller with students, professionals, accountants and private individuals, explaining in simple terms how the UK tax system works and how best to minimise tax liabilities.
Categories: Business & Economics

Buy to Let Tax Planning

Buy to Let Tax Planning

In this book we look at tax planning techniques that all BTL landlords can consider to reduce the amount of these taxes they pay. What is included in this Book?

Author: Lee Hadnum

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 1508712913

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 148

View: 661

2015/2016 Edition - Fully up to date with the latest changes from April 2015Buy To Let ("BTL") landlords have to consider: Income tax Capital gains tax Inheritance tax Stamp duty land taxon their property holdings. In this book we look at tax planning techniques that all BTL landlords can consider to reduce the amount of these taxes they pay.What is included in this Book?Subjects covered include: A look at the top tax deductions you can claim to reduce your rental profits Important tax changes that apply from 2015 and 2016 How to maximise the amount of interest you can deduct including the capital account rules to widen your interest deduction How your deductions are restricted if you have an overdrawn capital account with your BTL property and how to avoid it Tax treatment of the main UK and offshore tax structures for holding UK buy to let property How to transfer income to a spouse/child to benefit from lower rates of income tax and the HMRC forms that need to be completed How to calculate the wear and tear allowances and/or capital allowances to reduce your taxable profits When you can claim capital allowances and how to maximise your tax relief How to buy UK property as a non-resident given the 2015 changes All you need to know about setting up your own property management/service company to reduce taxable profits How to get maximum relief for your rental losses The difference between being a property developer and a property investor and how this will impact on you Tax planning for former private residences including PPR relief and the latest changes Claiming additional relief when you rent out a former main residence When you should be reoccupying property before disposal to reduce CGT Flat conversions and claiming principal private residence relief UK tax planning for non residents investing in UK property When you should consider using a property company to own your investment properties to reduce tax Inheritance tax planning for BTL landlords Using trusts to hold BTL property to reduce CGT and inheritance tax How to purchase property for your children tax efficiently Tax treatment of UK and overseas mortgages and how they can be used to reduce CGT, inheritance tax and income tax Restructuring existing property holdings to reduce tax Using a holding company/subsidiary group structure for large property holdings
Categories: Business & Economics

Zurich Tax Handbook 2015 16

Zurich Tax Handbook 2015 16

... a trading company 27.5 Using an offshore company to buy UK residential
property 27.6 Buying property overseas 27.7 ... in trust affected by the FA 2006
IHT changes 28.10 Discounted gift schemes 29 CAPITAL GAINS TAX PLANNING
29.1 ...

Author: Gerald Mowles

Publisher: Pearson UK

ISBN: 9781292098807

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 840

View: 402

‘The Zurich Tax Handbook should be on the bookshelf of every independent financial adviser, as well as many higher rate tax payers.’ Pensions World The Zurich Tax Handbook 2015–16 is your annual authoritative guide to the UK tax system and how it may affect you or your clients. It explains the key aspects of taxation, providing worked examples, checklists, definitions and tax-saving hints. This edition includes full information from the 2014 Autumn Statement, the March 2015 Budget, the July 2015 Budget and the Finance Act 2015. Key features include: A digest at the beginning of the book which summarises the main tax changes for 2015–16 Over 120 key ‘tax notes’ to help save you money Detailed advice on how to reduce tax liabilities for yourself and your clients Comprehensive information on tax allowances and thresholds Guidance on how to complete tax returns on time and without penalties Gerald A. Mowles is the founder of BBL (UK) Services LLP – London. He is a US and UK tax accountant with over two decades of experience in dealing with high net worth individuals and their tax affairs. Tony Foreman is an Associate with BBL. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and has specialised in tax planning since 1975.
Categories: Business & Economics

Buy to Let Tax Planning

Buy to Let Tax Planning

In this book we look at tax planning techniques that all BTL landlords can consider to reduce the amount of these taxes they pay. What is included in this Book?

Author: Lee Hadnum

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1495916545

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 124

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2014/2015 Edition - Fully up to date with the March 2014 Budget changes Buy To Let ("BTL") landlords have to consider: Income tax Capital gains tax Inheritance tax Stamp duty land tax on their property holdings. In this book we look at tax planning techniques that all BTL landlords can consider to reduce the amount of these taxes they pay. What is included in this Book? Subjects covered include: A look at the top tax deductions you can claim to reduce your rental profits Important tax changes that arise from the 2014 Budget and that apply from 2015 and 2016 How to maximise the amount of interest you can deduct inclduing the capital account rules to widen your interest deduction How your deductions are restricted if you have an overdrawn capital account with your BTL property and how to avoid it How to transfer income to a spouse/child to benefit from lower rates of income tax and the HMRC forms that need to be completed How to calculate the wear and tear allowances and/or capital allowances to reduce your taxable profits When you can claim capital allowances and how to maximise your tax relief All you need to know about setting up your own property management/service company to reduce taxable profits How to get maximum relief for your rental losses The difference between being a property developer and a property investor and how this will impact on you Tax planning for former private residences including PPR relief and the latest changes Claiming additional relief when you rent out a former main residence When you should be reoccupying property before disposal to reduce CGT Flat conversions and claiming principal private residence relief UK tax planning for non residents investing in UK property When you should consider using a property company to own your investment properties to reduce tax Inheritance tax planning for BTL landlords Using trusts to hold BTL property to reduce CGT and inheritance tax How to purchase property for your children tax efficiently Tax treatment of UK and overseas mortgages and how they can be used to reduce CGT, inheritance tax and income tax Restructuring existing property holdings to reduce tax Using a holding company/subsidiary group structure for large property holdings
Categories: Business & Economics

Tax Planning 2015 16

Tax Planning 2015 16

Written by some of the UK's leading tax specialists and experienced authors, the book clearly and concisely explains key tax planning ideas and concepts and is fully updated to the UK's latest Finance Act.

Author: Mark McLaughlin

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781780437811

Category: Tax planning

Page: 1046

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Tax Planning 2015/16 covers new planning strategies and tax saving opportunities in the UK, and the many situations and tax planning opportunities that practitioners encounter everyday when dealing with their clients' tax affairs. Written by some of the UK's leading tax specialists and experienced authors, the book clearly and concisely explains key tax planning ideas and concepts and is fully updated to the UK's latest Finance Act. It is full of easily implementable technical suggestions and advice, outlining the planning opportunities and potential pitfalls concerning specific transactions and circumstances, and it demonstrates how to successfully organize and structure the finances of individuals, trusts, and unincorporated businesses and companies. Practical and user-friendly, it contains worked examples throughout, and the short paragraphs and bullet-point style will help to locate the information needed quickly and efficiently.
Categories: Tax planning

Tax Planning for Property Investors

Tax Planning for Property Investors

Key reliefs such as PPR relief and Lettings Relief for instance can be structured to eliminate capital gains tax completely in many cases. What is included in this book?

Author: Lee Hadnum

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1494958066

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 124

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Many people own properties that are let out and held as investments. These properties can generate an income and hopefully a capital gain on the eventual disposal. This tax book looks at tax planning for income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax for anyone holding property investments. As well as looking at making full use of all available deductions and reliefs we also look at the tax structuring opportunities you can use to reduce taxes including using a company or trust. In many cases, by undertaking some simple tax planning you can save thousands in taxes. Key reliefs such as PPR relief and Lettings Relief for instance can be structured to eliminate capital gains tax completely in many cases. What is included in this book? Key topics covered include: Reducing Income Tax On Rental Income Maximising Tax Relief For Interest Calculating Your Interest Deduction When There's An Overdrawn Capital Account Transferring Income To A Spouse To Reduce Income Tax Wear & Tear Allowance And Capital Allowances Maximising Capital Allowance Claims To Reduce BTL Profits Setting Up Your Own Property Management Company To Reduce Income Tax Rental Losses & Using a Property Company To Reduce Income Tax How A Lease Premium Is Taxed Are You A Property Trader Or Investor? How To Reduce CGT With PPR Relief Is Letting A Property Beneficial To Reduce CGT? Maximising Private Lettings Relief To Reduce CGT Is It Worth Reoccupying a Property Before Sale To Reduce CGT? Claiming Principal Private Residence Relief If You Convert A House Into Flats Qualifying For Rollover Relief On Complulsory Purchases Tax Planning When Investing In UK Property Should You Use A Company To Hold BTL Property? Avoiding CGT & Inheritance Tax On BTL's Buying Property Tax Efficiently While Your Children Are Studying Qualifying For Inheritance tax Relief On Holiday Let Properties Reducing CGT, IHT & Income Tax By Using Mortgages Using An Overseas Mortgage The 2015 CGT changes and How Non-Residents Should Structure UK Property Purchases Making The Most Of The Drop In Property Prices To Restructure Property Investments Using a Holding Company For Property Investments Save Inheritance Tax On Property Investments With A Trust Should You Use A Company For Property Investments? Buying a Property With A Gifted Deposit Who is the author? The Author of "Tax Planning For Property Investors" is Lee Hadnum. Lee is a rarity among tax advisers having both legal and chartered accountant qualifications. After qualifying a prize winner in the Institute of Chartered Accountants exams, he also went on to become a chartered tax adviser (CTA). He worked in Ernst & Young's Entrepreneurial Services department for a number of years before setting up his own tax planning practice. He is now a full time tax author and Editor at WealthProtectionReport.co.uk.
Categories: Business & Economics

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ISBN: 0787658782

Category: Business consultants

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Property Taxes 2015 16

Property Taxes 2015 16

Everything you need to know on property taxes can be found in this book including: Rents; Premiums; Relief for interest payable; Investment or dealing?

Author: Robert Maas

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781780437842

Category:

Page: 1312

View: 749

This leading title explains the law clearly with an emphasis on practical application. Key issues such as the distinction between dealing transactions and investment transactions are covered, as are all relevant taxes, including council tax and landfill tax.This essential annual title provides clear advice and information covering all elements of the taxation provisions relating to land transactions.Easy to use, lucid, and highly practical, Property Taxes 2015/16 will enable tax practitioners to find the answers to their tax planning questions quickly, and help keep their clients' tax liabilities to a minimum. Everything you need to know on property taxes can be found in this book including: Rents; Premiums; Relief for interest payable; Investment or dealing?; Tax aspects of property dealing companies; Tax aspects of property investment companies; Problems of development; Refurbishments; Allowances for capital expenditure; Tax on chargeable gains; Business occupation of property; Private residences; Artificial transactions in land; Use of overseas companies to acquire UK properties; Real estate investment trusts; VAT; Inheritance tax; Stamp duty land tax; Stamp duty; Council tax; Landfill tax. Previous print edition ISBN: 9781780434438
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