The negotiations in relation to the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union are ongoing. The Prudential Regulation Authority and the Bank of England are working together with other European regulators to ensure that there is minimal disruption to policyholders. Based on our engagements to date with external advisors and regulators, Utmost will continue to … Continued
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On the basis you have been able to manage Capital Gains Tax (CGT) liabilities along the way, collective investments essentially became a closer cousin of the ISA following the introduction of the dividend allowance. John Haley, Technical Sales Manager, discusses the dividend allowance drop due on the 6th April 2018 and what that means for … Continued
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Phillip Hammond has asked for a full review of the IHT regime. In his letter he explains that the review should “focus on the “technical and administrative issues within IHT such as the process of submitting returns and paying any tax due, as well as practical issues around routine estate planning and disclosure. It could … Continued
HMRC have published updated trust statistics for the years 2011/12 – 2015/16. The report provides details of the number of trusts submitting self-assessment returns as well as the amount of tax trustees have paid. This is quite topical in view of the recent launch of the on-line register for trusts. Click here to see the … Continued
source: Professional Paraplanner date: December 2017. Barry Foster, Technical Sales Manager, examines the dividend allowance using a case study example. Take a look by clicking here
source: Professional Paraplanner date: December 2017 Simon Martin, Technical Services Manager, looks at two new legislative changes, included in the Finance Bill 2017-19, affecting taxation of withdrawals from life assurance policies and permissible linked assets. Download the full article here