UK IHT (Inheritance Tax) and planning strategies recording

Tim Cook

UK IHT (Inheritance Tax) and planning strategies recording

Tax Partner Tim Cook (Wilder Coe) and Zahra Kanani (Partner, Wills and Tax planning at Thackray Williams) hosted this in-depth seminar for the International Estate Planning Council on 23rd June 2022. Focusing on cross-border estates, business assets and real estate, they talk through Inheritance Tax and planning strategies for UK and non-UK domiciled individuals. Tim …

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UK Inheritance Tax and Estate Planning

LIVE EVENT: UK Inheritance Tax and Estate Planning

Do you have clients with relatives, property, inheritances, or businesses in the UK? Join our Tax Partner, Tim Cook and Zahra Kanai (Partner and Wills & Tax planning at Thackray Williams) in collaboration with the International Estate Planning Council for a live seminar focusing on inheritance tax and estate planning strategies for residents and non-residents.  Together they will focus …

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tax advantages of company electric vehicles

Tax advantages for company electric vehicles

As businesses explore ways to be ‘greener’, organisations look to employ a tax regime that encourages zero or low emission vehicles.   So, what exactly are the tax benefits? We look at some more commonly asked questions from clients wanting to understand the tax advantages of electric vehicles (EV) or e-bikes.     How do you calculate …

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Trust Registration Service opens for non-taxable trusts

 Since 2017, any UK trust that pays income tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax, or stamp taxes must register with the Trust Registration Service (TRS). HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) opened the TRS on 1 September 2021 for non-taxable trusts. You must register: Non-taxable trusts in existence on or after 6 October 2020 by …

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What Christmas gift tax implications must employers be aware of?

Keep your workplace Christmas gifts tax-free. Don’t get caught out by the taxman’s naughty list this year and follow our guidelines to take advantage of trivial benefits rules for seasonal gifts to your staff. Under the trivial benefits rules, employers can treat their teams with an item of value that does not count towards taxable …

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