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Download Tolley's UK Taxation of Trusts ePub
  • ISBN 0754539199
  • ISBN13 978-0754539193
  • Language English
  • Author Matthew Hutton
  • Publisher Tolley Publishing Company, Limited; 20th Revised edition edition (September 1, 2010)
  • Formats lrf mobi azw txt
  • Category Law
  • Subcategory Specialties
  • Size ePub 1747 kb
  • Size Fb2 1761 kb
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"UK Taxation of Trusts" is a concise yet comprehensive reference source for all who practise in this area. It is written by a specialist in the field to provide a detailed explanation of the impact of Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax on the various types of trusts. The new edition has been comprehensively revised and will provide coverage on new areas such as the use of trusts in IHT mitigation insurance products and a new chapter designed to summarise the life of a trust in fiscal terms.

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The taxation of trusts in the United Kingdom is governed by a different set of principles to those tax laws which apply to individuals or companies. The inheritance tax ("IHT") treatment of trusts was substantially revised by the Finance Act 2006, with effect from 22 March 2006. The possible types of trust which can now exist for inheritance tax purposes are set out in the table below: Notes: An ion" means that a specific beneficiary has a right to the current income of the trust. Shopping with us. Bookshops.

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THE DEFINITIVE AND PREFERRED GUIDE TO ONSHORE AND OFFSHORE TRUSTS – NOW IN THE LATEST EDITION FROM TOLLEY’S

An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers

If you are a lawyer, or accountant, or other variety of tax advisor on the matter of trusts, both onshore and offshore, it would be unthinkable, not to acquire a copy of this twenty-second edition of ‘Tolley’s UK Taxation of Trusts’ new from LexisNexis. Fully revised and updated, it encompasses all the legislative developments and practice issues that have emerged since the twenty-first edition was published.

In the author Matthew Hutton’s words, the book ‘explains the UK taxes to which trusts, whether resident in, or outside the United Kingdom, can be liable’. Tax mitigation may not be the driving force, he says, but tax implications which, for example, inform decisions regarding the adoption or continuation of a particular type of trust are covered in detail.

Although the focus of the guide is taxation of trusts, rather than tax planning through trusts, certain individual chapters do deal specifically with tax planning. Chapter 6, for example, is about ‘Starting a Trust: Tax and Tax Planning. Chapters 16 and 17 which deal with running a trust and ending a trust respectively, also centre on matters of tax planning. These sections of the book are to be found in Part I with its twenty chapters on UK Resident Trusts. Part II -- the final five chapters -- provides a basic overview of Non-UK Resident Trusts.

New material for 2012-13 reflects all new developments since the previous year, including decided cases and compliance issues, bearing in mind what the author refers to as ‘the continuing struggle of the Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition Government to deal with the nation’s financial deficit’. Also included is the proposed comprehensive statutory test for residence in 2013/14 -- and of course much more.

The book is a treasure trove of clear and clearly accessible advice on what can often be a bewildering subject – and a useful research tool as well, with its extensive tables of cases, statutes and statutory instruments. The no less than six appendices include HMRC documents, statements and press releases and also Form SA900 – Trust and Estate Tax Return.

Changes in the law have been taken into account as at July 2012, which makes this edition one of the most reliable and current statements available to date on the taxation of trusts.
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