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Five things expatriates need to know about UK inheritance tax

While domicile and property can affect inheritance tax liability, available reliefs can prevent your heirs from paying more tax than necessary.

How much will a UK property cost you in taxes?

British expatriates with UK property need to be aware of all tax costs, including stamp duty, non-resident capital gains tax and inheritance tax.

More families than ever caught in the UK inheritance tax net

High UK property prices, limited relief and domicile rule changes saw more families than ever pay UK inheritance tax in 2018, including expatriates.

Timing is everything if you're returning to the UK

If you are returning to the UK after being resident overseas, forward planning can help make your move as seamless and tax-efficient as possible.

The new UK tax year: What has and hasn’t changed?

How might the new UK tax year affect British expatriates regarding personal tax, savings, pensions, inheritance tax and UK property?

Do you know where you are domiciled? Are you sure?

Many British expatriates remain UK-domiciled without realising it, leaving their estate exposed to UK inheritance tax rates of 40%.

Are you sure you've escaped UK tax? Understanding the UK residence test

To avoid an unexpected UK tax bill, British expatriates must understand their residency status according to the UK Statutory Residence test.

Planning a tax-efficient return to the UK

Expatriates returning to the UK will benefit from reviewing tax planning, residency, pension and Brexit implications before leaving Europe.

How might the 2018 UK Budget affect your pocket?

How does the latest UK Budget impact British nationals in Europe in terms of personal taxes, savings, pensions, inheritance tax and property?

Time running out for UK tax penalty deadline

UK taxpayers with offshore interests have until 30 September to meet their British tax obligations or risk costly penalties under new rules.

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