Maggie Gonzalez - Partner.

Maggie joined Buzzacott in 2016 and is a Partner in our Private Client team.

She has over 25 years’ experience within the international private client field. She and her team specialise in the UK taxation of offshore trusts and structures, their settlors and beneficiaries and non-doms generally. 

Maggie helps her clients navigate the complexities of the UK’s extensive anti-avoidance legislation as it applies to offshore trusts and non-doms, covering income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax, providing practical solutions to the many challenges encountered by internationally mobile clients and their structures. This includes advising on residence, domicile and the operation of the remittance basis. Maggie is also experienced in advising Americans and applying the UK/US double tax treaty.

Maggie is a chartered accountant and chartered tax adviser. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation’s technical sub-committees covering succession taxes, capital gains tax and the taxation of investment income. Drawing from her wealth of expertise, Maggie has contributed a chapter on the UK taxation of offshore trusts for the book Trusts in Prime Jurisdictions, published by Globe Law and Business Ltd.

Beyond her desk, Maggie plays the trombone in a brass band and is a keen gardener.

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We know how both tax systems work from the inside, out. Talk to us about how best to manage your income, reduce liability and pay the correct local tax. We’ve had the pleasure of supporting many internationally mobile workers through pivotal stages in their lives from our London office while on the other side of the world our Hong Kong team looks after US and UK nationals living across Southeast Asia. 

Help with UK tax

  • UK tax advice
  • US tax returns for UK-residing American citizens
  • UK tax returns for non-UK residents with UK source income
  • UK tax advice about UK statutory residency rules
  • Pre-departure or arrival planning, including assignment structuring
  • Inheritance tax advice