Specialist advice for managing your trust
Managing trusts is a significant commitment for you and your future generations.
The management of trusts and family wealth can frequently be complex and, almost always, time consuming. Whether a trust has been in place for generations or is a new trust, it will require detailed records to be maintained and coordination with solicitors, accountants and other advisers.
Through a combination of our trust managers, lawyers, tax advisers and administrative systems, Wrigleys can help you with the legal, accounting and compliance obligations that you need to manage your trust assets.
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Trust Management Services
In addition to advising on and setting up trusts, Wrigleys also manage trusts on your behalf on an ongoing basis which may include:
Annual Trust Services
- Registration of trust with HMRC
- Preparation and submission of trust tax returns
- Arranging payment of tax liabilities or arranging repayments of income tax
- Preparation of annual trust accounts
- Liaising with investment advisers to ensure investment performance policy is agreed and met
- Providing beneficiaries with information for their personal tax returns
Adding Value To Your Trust
- Working with advisers to achieve a balance between requirements of the trustees and expectations of the beneficiaries
- Arranging income and capital distributions in a tax efficient way to beneficiaries and dealing with the necessary trust and tax compliance
- Involvement with one off transactions such as sale or purchase of assets to ensure a straightforward process for the trustees and that tax issues are dealt with
- Arranging and attendance at trustees' meetings
- Dealing with inheritance tax calculations and compliance required for trusts
- Reviewing cashflow to maintain the required levels
- Dealing with International reporting requirements on behalf of trustees such as FATCA and CRS
- Managing HMRC enquiries
- Assessing the most tax efficient way of terminating your trust
- Arranging appropriate termination documentation
- Dealing with final tax compliance paperwork
- Providing beneficiaries and their advisers with relevant information for their tax affairs
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