Tax relief on property is discussed in the Financial Times this morning, as one reader poses the question – “If I convert a barn on my farm estate into a house for my son to live in, can I claim tax relief on the conversion?” Tom Trewby advises that costs cannot be offset against farming income,…Details
Mark Davies reveals a warning for non-doms in ePrivateClient the leading online news service for private client practitioners.
There is a stark warning for non-doms with offshore structures in HMRC’s recent publication “No Safe Havens 2019”. Last year HMRC received 5.67 million records of UK tax payers’ offshore bank accounts under the Common Reporting Standard. They correlated these with the tax return submissions and property sale information of 500,000 individuals. Illegal tax evasion…Details
Mark Davies to share his insights at the Post-Election: UK Landscape for Non-Dom Property Investment Conference – 20 September 2017
Mark Davies will be speaking at the Post-Election: UK Landscape for Non-Dom Property Investment Conference. It will take place on 20 September 2017 in London. The conference intends to provide confidence and complete analysis on how the significant changes taking place after 6 April 2017 will affect you and your clients. https://finance.knect365.com/uk-landscape-for-non-dom-property-investment-conference/Details
George Osborne’s eighth Budget (and my 22nd commentary) did not fail to deliver surprises. It is expected that a Chancellor will take the opportunity to use the Budget to throw sweeteners at the electorate. This year the Chancellor did that literally with the announcement of a Sugar Levy. Headlines Corporation tax is getting a revamp…Details
The taxation of residential property has been a minefield of late with a raft of changes to the way property investment is taxed in the UK. Mark Davies and Associates is hosting a property tax seminar entitled ‘Property Tax – a guide through the minefield’ and we are being joined by guest speaker, Sally Wang,…Details
Mark Davies was quoted in the Financial Times (FT) re the Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED): “Non-doms have often purchased homes through offshore companies to preserve their anonymity. Higher charges and lower thresholds show ATED has become a “penal” tax.” Read the full article here.Details