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Revolution or Evolution? – Reform of UK Non-Domiciled Individual Taxation

This month’s Spring Budget surprisingly made no mention of the changes to the UK taxation of non-domiciles, which take effect from 6 April 2017. The changes have been announced for some time, and draft legislation was released at the end of 2016, but details on the new rules are sparse. It can be argued that […]

Be Careful What You Wish For – You May Get It

A variety of tax reform proposals are currently being considered by Congress and the Trump administration, one of which is the repeal of the US Estate Tax. With a life-time exclusion amount of currently $5.5 million, a married couple (both of whom are US citizens) can pass almost $11 million to their family and friends […]

QROPS and the New Regime

Philip Hammond’s spring Budget announced surprise changes to the UK taxation of Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes (QROPS). These pension vehicles have been used by individuals to move pensions around the world, but the UK government considered that the old rules were open to abuse. We have invited Bethell Codrington, Global Head of Pensions at […]

Budget 2017 – Spreadsheet Phil Lives Up To His Name

As Philip Hammond took to the despatch box, he could take comfort that the UK economy was the second-fastest growing G7 economy in 2016, and the 2017 growth forecast has been upgraded. However, the growth forecast for the next few years has been downgraded, and with Brexit looming, Mr Hammond delivered a Budget very much […]

Unpaid US Taxes Can Limit Your Freedom to Travel

Some Americans may not pay taxes for a variety of reasons. They may think that they will not owe any tax and the cost to prepare the tax returns will be excessive  Others may know that they will owe taxes and try to avoid the tax liability by simply not filing a return. Whatever the […]

New IRS Reporting Requirements for Foreign-Owned US LLCs

The IRS recently issued final regulations that impose reporting obligations on a domestic disregarded entity wholly owned by a foreign person.  Therefore, as of January 1, 2017, Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) formed in the United States, which are treated as disregarded entities and wholly owned by foreign persons, become subject to new IRS reporting requirements. […]

USTAXFS expands US tax services to Nordics

US Tax & Financial Services is proud to announce we’ve expanded our European presence to include the Nordic region through a collaboration with Swedish-based MAJATTORNEY. “As global administrations for tax compliance have evolved over the last 10 years, further expansion in Europe is essential to serving our clients in a seamless way across the globe,” said […]

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