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Tolley"s taxation of offshore trusts and offshore funds

J. Wood

Tolley"s taxation of offshore trusts and offshore funds

by J. Wood

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Published by Tolley in Croydon .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed., 1992.

Statementby John Wood, Ross Fraser.
ContributionsFraser, Ross
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22327576M
ISBN 101860123031
OCLC/WorldCa36283623

This practice note examines the various tax issues that arise in respect of offshore companies and offshore unauthorised unit trusts. It also provides a summary of the main UK anti-avoidance provisions that need to be considered in relation to the tax treatment of UK investors investing in offshore funds. Buy Tolley's UK taxation of trusts (Tax Guide) 23rd Revised edition by Hutton, Matthew (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

An offshore trust was settled a number of years ago by a non-dom settlor. The offshore trust is sole shareholder of an offshore company. The offshore company has underneath it a number of foreign investments which generate both income and capital gains, all of which are collected in the offshore company and kept as retained profits in its accounts. Income tax. The effect of ‘protected’ status for a settlor-interested trust for income tax purposes is that the settlor will be taxable only on the UK income of the trust (and any underlying companies) as it arises. Broadly, non-UK income of a non- UK trust and its underlying companies arising from 6 April will not be treated as.

Different trusts pay tax at different rates, although the type of trust most likely to be used in offshore tax planning would be a discretionary trust. In /14, these trusts would pay tax at % on UK dividends, 45% on other income and 28% on capital gains in certain circumstances. Buy Tolley's Planning and Administration of Offshore and Onshore Trusts by Jennings, Simon, Field, Joseph A., Travers, Anthony (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Simon Jennings.


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Tolley"s taxation of offshore trusts and offshore funds by J. Wood Download PDF EPUB FB2

Offshore funds are investments such as foreign unit trusts and open ended investment companies (OEICs). This note introduces this topic, and aims to help you understand whether the taxpayer’s investment is within the special offshore funds tax regime and, if so, how it will be taxed.

In particular, it explains the difference between ‘reporting’ and ‘non-reporting’ : Tolley. Buy Tolley's Taxation of Offshore Trusts and Funds by Fraser, R.D.A., Wood, J.R., Dolton, Alan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: R.D.A.

Fraser, J.R. Wood. Income Tax on Non-Resident Trusts Foreign income of overseas trusts is not chargeable to UK income tax. Non-resident trusts will therefore only pay tax on their UK source income. Many overseas trusts invest their funds entirely abroad and will therefore not pay UK income Size: KB.

1 Authorised Investment Funds 2 Unauthorised Unit Trusts 3 Stamp Taxes 4 Offshore Funds 5 Hedge Funds 6 Private Equity and Infrastructure Investment Funds 7 Investment Trust Companies 8 UK Real Estate Investment Trusts 9 Property Authorised Investment Funds (‘PAIFs’) Tax Issues 10 Venture Capital Trusts 11 Mergers and Reconstructions of Funds.

An outline of the regime applying to offshore funds, including a description of the various types of fund, is discussed in the Offshore funds guidance note.

You are advised to read that guidance note first. It also explains what is meant by ‘reporting’, ‘non-reporting’ and ‘distributing’ funds. This guidance note discusses the tax position for a UK resident individual investor Author: Tolley.

An outline of the regime applying to offshore funds, including a description of the various types of fund, is discussed in the Offshore funds guidance note. You are advised to read that guidance note first. That guidance note also explains what is meant by a ‘reporting’ and a ‘non-reporting’ fund.

Reporting funds can be divided into ‘opaque’ funds (also known as non-transparent. This article was originally produced for Tax Journal on 2 August Author(s): Simon Rylatt, Jenny Wilson-Smith Simon Rylatt and Jenny Wilson-Smith (Boodle Hatfield) answer a query on the operation of the revised draft FB rules on non-doms and offshore trusts.

Offshore trust jurisdictions are often formed offshore financial centres or tax havens which have minimal regulation and low taxes and which have a proven reputation for successful management and execution of offshore asset protection trusts and offshore trust funds. However, it is not absolutely necessary for the offshore location to be a tax.

Offshore trusts, meaning those resident overseas, were popular for many years but alongside general changes to the taxation of trusts, and specific changes to the taxation of offshore trusts, in particular, wide-ranging anti-avoidance measures, mean that such offshore structures are far from the panacea that some people might imagine especially.

a beneficiary's trust gains attributed to him under s This is different to settlor interested trusts where attributed gains under s can be offset by personal capital losses.

A capital payment is any payment that is not chargeable to income tax on the beneficiary and will include: •. Yes, despite numerous pieces of anti-tax avoidance legislation, holding assets in an offshore trust can have tax advantages for a UK resident but non-UK domiciled ("RND") individual, even if they can benefit from the trust fund, although the precise tax implications will depend on a number of factors including who established the trust and when.

The tax exit charge in terms of section 9H of the Income Tax Act seems to be the only issue most tax emigrants consider. Once they decide to emigrate financially, they are asked about their local trust.

Yet it is most important to discuss the pros and cons of retaining a local and offshore trust at the time of tax. Any British citizen can put their money into an offshore fund in a tax haven and receive their gains tax-free.

But they have a legal duty to declare these earnings to HMRC and pay tax. Why should you buy Tolley's UK Taxation of Trusts UK Taxation of Trusts is a portal for clear understanding of income tax, capital gains tax and inheritance tax on the various types of trusts.

It also contains UK and offshore resident trusts and references to the Revenue Trust Manual. Main changes to this edition include. Tolley's Taxation of Collective Investment by Stephen Newcombe,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. By using 2 Unauthorised unit trusts 3 Stamp Taxes 4 Offshore funds 5 Hedge funds 6 Private equity and infrastructure funds. Offshore trusts can be effective tax planning vehicles for people who are UK resident for tax purposes but are not domiciled in the UK (so-called Resident Non-Doms).

Capital gains tax If the settlor of an offshore trust is a resident non-dom, capital gains that arise within the trust will not generally be taxable on them, even if they or their. When you invest offshore, the tax you may be required to pay depends heavily on the way you choose to invest. You get some offshore exposure when you invest in local unit trusts that are mandated to invest a percentage globally, and of course many of the companies listed on our local stock market have operations around the world.

The nature of these requirements depends upon whether the trust is a foreign trust or a U.S. trust for U.S. income tax purposes. Note the use of the term “foreign” instead of “offshore” in. If the non-domiciled trust holds foreign assets, those assets are excluded property and transfers of such assets will not give rise to a UK IHT charge.

Note that it is possible for Trustees of offshore trusts to have an IHT exit charge on a distribution to a beneficiary, either if the settlor was UK domiciled or if the assets are situated in. Thereincomeare two distinct parts to the offshore funds’, depending on where the offshore fund is located: (i) Offshore funds located in an EU or EEA state, or in an OECD member with which a double tax agreement has been signed: TDM Part sets out the taxation of and gains relating to these offshore.

Taxation is a weekly magazine for tax professionals working within the personal tax and SME sector. Subscribe to get insight, guidance and expert commentary on the latest industry developments. Give clients the latest advice; Protect your business from undue risk.Growth may not be entirely tax-free however, due to the impact of irrecoverable withholding tax which may be deducted from interest and dividends received by the fund.

When an offshore policy is surrendered, an individual can be charged income tax at nil if the personal allowance is available; starting rate 0%; basic rate 20%, higher rate 40%.Offshore trusts—taxation—overview. This Overview focuses on the taxation of the trustees, settlor and beneficiaries of offshore trusts and covers the income tax and capital gains tax (CGT) anti-avoidance legislation concerning settlements contained in Chapter 5 of the Income Tax (Trading and Other Income) Act (ITTOIAPt 5) and Chapter 2 of the Taxation of Chargeable Gains Act.