Key Highlights Include:
Handling HMRC Domicile and Remittance Enquiries
- Common themes and issues that emerge during these enquires
- Strategy and approach for working such enquiries effectively
- Case studies
- What can we expect from HMRC/what do clients need to do going forward?
UK residential property structuring: where are we now?
- Structuring options for new acquisitions
- Issues for sellers
- Is it too late to de-envelope?
- IHT, ten year charges and other issues
Rebasing – The Practical Issues
- What is rebasing relief?
- Who can take advantage of rebasing relief?
- Planning opportunities using rebasing relief
- What should you be telling your clients?
Chaired by John Barnett
He has led the CIOT's response on a large number of capital tax policy discussions with HMRC and HM Treasury since 2006 including in particular the domicile changes since 2008 and the statutory residence test.
Hear From Leading Experts...
Will Non-Doms Start Adopting the IHT Planning Techniques Used by UK Doms
- Until recently IHT planning was a task reserved to UK doms but the new IHT charge on all UK residential property means that planning should also be considered by non doms
- In this talk Matt explores the key planning techniques commonly deployed by UK doms in relation to their properties and considers these in the context of non doms owners of UK properties
- The talk will focus on the nuances of the IHT rules and the barriers UK doms often encounter when attempting to plan around UK residential property and whether the same considerations apply to non doms
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