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Trident Tax Launches New EBT/EFRBS Diagnostic Tool

Trident Tax is pleased to announce the launch today of a new electronic diagnostic tool and review service for professional advisers with individual employee and employer clients who have disputed liabilities under disguised remuneration schemes (EBT/EFRBS). The diagnostic tool and …
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Protected trusts investing in the UK – the pitfalls!

Finance Act No.2 2017 creates a new category of “Protected trusts”, where the settlor is not actually UK domiciled, but becomes UK deemed domiciled under the changes in this Act. Read more.
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HMRC issue guidance on cleansing mixed funds

No shortcuts, no best estimates, and a cliff edge. Finance Act No 2 2017 provided a “one-off” opportunity for non-UK domiciled individuals who have a cash mixed fund account to cleanse that account in the period from 6 April 2017 to 5 April 2019. Read more.

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Protected trusts – another deadline for us to think about

Trustees need to act now to ensure protected trusts retain that status after 5 April 2017. Read more.

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Panama completes sign-up to Common Reporting Standard

On 15 January, the Director General of the Panamanian tax authority signed the CRS Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement‎ (CRS MCAA). Read more.
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Disguised remuneration: postponing the loan charge

HMRC has published guidance on how to postpone the loan charge for disguised remuneration loans due to arise on 5 April 2019. The loan charge will apply to anyone with a loan received through a disguised remuneration tax avoidance scheme that is still outstanding on 5 April 2019. read more
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Update on Disguised Remuneration (DR) and PAYE liabilities on April 2019 loans

In our Newsletter last month, we commented on the proposal in the Budget Statement for transferring a PAYE liability from an employer to an employee where the employer is unable to pay the liability. read more
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Budget update: UK commercial property

Thanks to the Chancellor, the UK is about to become a little less attractive to overseas property investors. The recent UK Budget announcement included plans to ensure that non-resident investors in UK commercial property will, from April 2019, pay UK capital gains tax or corporation tax on gains. read more
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Disguised Remuneration 2019 loans charge: Budget update

The Budget Statement provided only very brief but potentially significant details of the government’s proposed measure for transferring an income tax liability from an employer to an employee in respect of an April 2019 disguised remuneration loan charge. read more

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New Settlement Terms for EBTs, EFRBS and Contractor Loan schemes

HMRC issues new guidelines on voluntary settlements, and they are far from simple! read more
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