Nina Gurney, Director of Family Office at New Quadrant, considers recent changes to French occupancy tax (taxe d’habitation).
Trust Registration Service (TRS)
New Quadrant partner Paul Davidoff explores the complex tax treatment of digital assets such as cryptocurrency.
New Quadrant partner Paul Davidoff explores the vagaries of “Annual tax on enveloped dwellings” (ATED), the complexities of compliance and the potential penalties of late filing.
New Quadrant partner Paul Davidoff reports back on HMRC’s “Family Investment Company” (FIC) team’s research into FIC usage by wealthy families.
NQP partner Robert Smeath reports back on the STEP Journal roundtable, sponsored by St. James’s Place Private Clients, which discussed the importance of cross-disciplinary financial advice at a time when lawyers and accountants are taking on increasingly complex wealth management for clients:
From 6 April 2019, a single capital gains tax regime will apply to all UK land owned by non-UK residents.
If you are a UK person who is thinking of leaving the UK you have many things to consider
If you are a UK resident but non-UK domiciled person and you are thinking of leaving the UK, you need to know how to leave the UK effectively and the impact on your tax position.
This article is aimed at individuals who are UK resident but not UK domiciled.