Appointing joint attorneys? Here’s a welcome clarification of the law

17 November 2016

Lasting Powers of Attorney are an essential wealth management tool for anyone who directly holds UK assets and can name at least someone whom they trust to take decisions on their behalf. They are often made by individuals concerned about who would continue to make decisions about their finances or their health and welfare if […]

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Non-dom tax changes – IHT periodic charges and offshore trusts

3 November 2016

Well advised non-doms know that UK situated assets should never be directly held by their offshore discretionary trusts. To do so would subject the offshore trust to periodic charges to UK Inheritance Tax (IHT). These charges comprise the entry charge, the ten year anniversary charge, and exit charges, where value leaves the trust after creation. […]

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