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Expert tax advice for overseas and non-domiciled individuals

A significant number of our clients are resident or domiciled outside the UK, or otherwise have existing interests in offshore trusts.

Income, Capital Gains & Inheritance Tax

As an overseas or non-domiciled individual, extensive tax planning opportunities in relation to income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax arise.

Careful planning is required to ensure the applicable rules are used to maximum benefit, as there are many traps if correct advice is not taken.

Our client base includes the following groups of people:

  • Overseas individuals investing in the UK (known as Inward Investors);
  • UK-resident but non-domiciled individuals; and
  • UK-domiciled individuals with spouses who are not UK-domiciled.

 For further information, please feel free to get in touch

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