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Our private clients come in all shapes and sizes: privately wealthy individuals, high-earning executives, entrepreneurs, equity partners, family business owners, overseas nationals, trustees and executors to family offices.We work hard to understand their needs and aspirations. Then we apply our skills and experience to provide advice that helps them manage their personal tax obligations, whilst working to minimise risk.
Whether you need help filling in your tax return, running your business or passing on your wealth, our specialists can help. We work to provide constructive advice that’s easy-to-understand and implement.
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With the Government keen to raise revenues in order to relieve financial pressures, the focus on tax collection has increased. HMRC is offering disclosure facilities (such as the Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility and Crown Dependency Disclosure Facilities) to encourage those with undisclosed assets to comply. International pressure is intensifying for exchange of information. HMRC has heightened penalties (particularly where offshore assets are involved) and now "names and shames" deliberate defaulters.
UK residential property ownership has become an essential area in which to ensure you fully understand your tax liabilities..
Have you had an enquiry opened or received a letter from HMRC? Even if the answer is not yet, would you know what to do if you did? Are you prepared? HMRC has set up specific units to deal with the personal tax affairs of the wealthiest taxpayers in the UK.
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