A Practitioner's Guide to Tax Planning with Trusts

A Practitioner's Guide to Tax Planning with Trusts

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A Practitioner's Guide to Tax Planning with Trusts offers the most up-to-date tax-efficient planning guidance using trusts. It looks at some of the key areas in this field such as succession planning, the use of derivatives and the use of trusts in charitable giving (which has significant taxation implications). The title also explores some of the common and day-to-day trusts planning issues about which there is considerable uncertainty among practitioners, such as those where co-habitees, casual relationships and foreign domiciliaries.Offering a timely and practical overview of the current trends and opportunities available in trusts tax planning, this book truly is a 'must-have' reference tool for anyone involved in the field.LexisNexis UK and CIMA Publishing are offering CIMA members a discount on this product. Please go to www lexisnexis.co.uk/cimapublishing to see if you qualify and to order.show more

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  • Paperback
  • Lexisnexis UK
  • Tolley Publishing
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0754524655
  • 9780754524656

Table of contents

"1. Introduction Brief outline of some common trust vehicles and associated: - Tax Advantages - Tax Disadvantages / pitfalls; 2. Some practical issues Cohabitees Casual relationships Proceeds of Crime Act Multiple Settlements Melville; 3. Succession Planning Using trusts for lifetime giving Passing on the family business / using trusts to hold businesses. Trust planning and the family home Trusts for insurance products; 4. Trusts and Derivatives Use of Derivatives Taxation issues Practical issues; 5. Planning using Offshore trusts / structures - Section 739 and Section 740 Interaction of income / capital gains tax Willoughby / 741; 6. Foreign Domiciliaries Inheritance Tax Capital Gains Tax Pitfalls The future; 7. Charities Planning Gift aid Gifts of shares Gifts of land; 8. Property Business Residential The Family Home"show more