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Sheffield: 0114 267 5588

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Tax and accounts guidance for trusts and deputyships

Wrigleys’ specialist Trust and Court of Protection Administration Team is experienced in dealing with the tax affairs of trustees, trust beneficiaries and Court of Protection deputyship clients.

The service includes:

  • Reviewing a client’s tax affairs to advise if a tax return or repayment claim is appropriate and preparing the paperwork as necessary;

  • Dealing with HMRC regarding tax payments and repayments;

  • Liaising with financial advisers, other third parties and professionals to gather necessary information to review a client’s tax affairs;

  • Preparing formal trust accounts, cash reconciliation statements and deputyship annual accounts; and

  • Submitting annual accounts to the Office of the Public Guardian on behalf of the deputy.

For further information, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Members of our team regularly speak at professional conferences and write articles on personal injury trusts, vulnerable beneficiary issues, Court of Protection and care fees issues.

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Lisa Eato

Direct Line: 0114 267 5598

Legal Director
Sheffield

Isabel McIver View Biography

Isabel McIver

Direct Line: 0114 267 5588

Solicitor
Sheffield

Meet the team

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The OTS's second report

Simplifying the design of Inheritance Tax

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Japanese knotweed – have lenders been too cautious?

We consider the recent findings of government research regarding the approach of UK lenders in relation to properties affected by Japanese knotweed.

11 Jul 2019

British Airways Data Breach: ICO issue first public intention to fine under the GDPR

The ICO has taken action against British Airways under the GDPR. We look at the facts of the case and implications for charities & social enterprises.