Non dom tax changes: Emergency update event


Andy Wood

Andy is a practical, creative tax adviser who assists a variety of clients in achieving their personal and commercial objectives in the most tax efficient manner.

Background – non dom tax changes

There are many changes afoot in the tax world. Sadly, it seems that it change is the new normal. The lack of certainty being arguably the least satisfactory aspect of the system when talking to clients both inside and outside the UK.

The non dom tax changes are a prime example. Throw in to the mix, according to the Autumn Statement, an economy on the precipice and other countries actively courting wealthy internationally mobile high net worth individuals by considering i their own non dom regimes the consequences of getting could be significant.

With that in mind, many had assumed that these rules would be deferred. However, it has been confirmed that these changes will be in force from 6 April 2017.

Draft legislation concerning the non dom tax changes will be published on 5 December 2017 so we will have a day or two to analyse this before the event.

Full details

Enterprise Tax, a Cheshire and London based specialist tax advisory business, is running the seminar entitled “Non-dom tax changes – Emergency Update”.

The event on Wednesday 7th December, will be held at The People’s History Museum, Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester from 3.30pm to 5pm.

Among the topics that will be covered are:

  • The new rules for income tax, capital gains tax and IHT purposes
  • Analysing how the changes affect trusts
  • Actions to consider before 5 April 2017
  • Planning opportunities beyond 6 April 2017

Enterprise Tax is a specialist tax advisory business that specialises in working with other professional firms including accountants, solicitors, financial advisers and others.

RSVP and contact

To book a place on our non dom tax changes seminar or to obtain further information, contact Clare Main –clare@etctax.co.uk or call 01565 759820.

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