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At the time of writing my last article there were concerns in the industry about what the future might hold for EIS, but depending on who you are, the Budget announcement provided some good news.
The UK government’s delayed changes to the Finance Bill 2017-19 regarding the rules around non-dom’s, have now become law. This means that non-UK domiciled individuals in the UK, particularly US citizens, could save tax up to the rate of 45% on a remittance from a mixed fund, if managed correctly.
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This year has certainly been an interesting one in the world of tax. The Spring Budget in March produced some significant changes for non-UK domiciliaries and offshore trustees that required a lot of careful planning to be undertaken in a short period, only for the snap election to cause the proposals to be dropped, leaving a lot of people in limbo.
Recent Budgets have resulted in perpetual change to pension legislation. However, today’s Budget was unusually quiet on pensions choosing to focus on housekeeping issues arising from previous Budgets and Autumn statements.
In September 2017, changes that are due to be introduced from 6 April 2018 in relation to benefits received from offshore trusts were issued.
This measure will ensure that the market value rule will apply to an intangible fixed asset licence granted between related parties.
The Government has announced that income and Capital Gains from UK properties owned by non-UK resident companies will now be chargeable to Corporation Tax rather than Income Tax.
The Autumn Budget has seen a number of revisions for property-related taxes.. and it is good news for first time buyers.
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