25 Jul 2023
Mike Haynes comments on the rise in inheritance tax avoidance through pension schemes
Head of Employment and Pensions, Mike Haynes, comments on the increasing use of junior pension schemes by parents and grandparents to avoid inheritance tax, in eprivateclient. Mike’s comments were published in eprivateclient, 25 July 2023. “Saving now puts a lot of trust in the UK pension tax system, which based on recent reforms and the […]
6 Jul 2023
Julian Nelberg, Paul Lloyds, and Keith Meyer discuss tax implications of non-residents acquiring property
Private Client Partners Julian Nelberg, Paul Lloyds, and Keith Meyer discuss the tax implications of non-residents acquiring UK property and how the rules governing this have evolved in recent years.
13 Jun 2023
Revisiting the Concept of Domicile: A Review of Jeremy Coller v HMRC – Chimezirim Echendu
International Associate Chimezirim Echendu discusses how domicile functions in practice and how it applies to the Jeremy Coller v HMRC case.
6 Jun 2023
Julian Nelberg, Paul Lloyds, and Keith Meyer discuss US living revocable trusts
Private Client Partners Julian Nelberg, Paul Lloyds, and Keith Meyer discuss US living revocable trusts and associated complications that can arise from a UK tax perspective for Americans living in the UK.
5 Jun 2023
Julian Nelberg, Paul Lloyds, and Keith Meyer discuss tax for dual UK and US residents
Private Client Partners Julian Nelberg, Paul Lloyds, and Keith Meyer examine tax liabilities for dual UK and US residents, avoiding double taxation, and the factors that determine which jurisdiction has the primary taxing right.
23 May 2023
Julian Nelberg and Paul Lloyds give an overview of Andersen LLP’s Private Client practice
Private Client Partners Julian Nelberg and Paul Lloyds discuss how they assist their clients, many of whom are entrepreneurs with UK and US tax obligations, and ensure that the team’s tax planning and compliance work matches their clients’ objectives.
5 May 2023
Is now a sensible time to introduce a wealth tax in the UK? – Des Hanna
International Tax Director, Des Hanna, argues that a UK wealth tax, while raising revenue in the short term, would be to the economy’s detriment in the long term, in IFA Magazine, Taxation, and Accountancy Daily.
30 Mar 2023
Allowances for UK pension schemes
Head of Employment and Pensions, Mike Haynes, discusses the Budget announcement scrapping the ‘Lifetime Allowance’ for UK pension schemes and the increase in the Annual Allowance.
27 Mar 2023
Andersen LLP – The Permanent Establishment Concept – Latest Developments
Miles Dean and Chimezirim Echendu discuss permanent establishment and views expressed by three European tax authorities on the topic.
23 Mar 2023
Miles Dean comments on Rishi Sunak publishing his taxes, in CityWealth
Head of International Tax, Miles Dean, comments on Rishi Sunak publishing his taxes and the political pressure that compelled him to do so, in CityWealth.
22 Mar 2023
Andersen LLP – IR35 Update
IR35 – Update Gary Lineker is the latest high-profile personality to be pursued by HMRC in the courts for a reported (according to HMRC) £4.9m unpaid tax bill, over a five-year period, mainly in relation to his presenting duties on the BBC’s flagship football (soccer…) show, Match of the Day. Gary […]
20 Mar 2023
Dion Seymour comments on what the UK’s new crypto tax rules mean for holders in Decrypt
Crypto & Digital Assets Technical Director, Dion Seymour, comments on new rules requiring crypto to be identified separately on tax returns, in Decrypt.