Changes to the UK inheritance tax rules on UK residential property

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Summary: The UK inheritance tax rules on UK residential property are changing. From April 2017, non-UK domiciled individuals will no longer be able to protect the value of their UK residential property from inheritance tax by holding it through a non-UK company.

BLP Private Wealth has prepared guides explaining the planning options for non-UK domiciled individuals who hold UK residential property through a non-UK company, or a non-UK trust and company structure. In these guides, we also review the tax implications of de-enveloping (taking the property out of the company) for both owner occupied property and let property.

You can register to receive the full guides by clicking on the links below:

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