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Clarke's Offshore Tax Planning 2021-22 28th ed isbn 9781474317900

Clarke's Offshore Tax Planning 2020-21

ISBN13: 9781474314534
New Edition ISBN: 9781474317900
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781474311243
Published: December 2020
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

This latest edition cements the title's reputation as one of the best available for tax planning. Clarke's Offshore Tax Planning provides practical analysis of the planning opportunities for investment offshore through analysis of anti-avoidance legislation, extended treatment of non-domiciliaries and an examination of existing offshore structures. As the most up to date and reliable resource available, you can confidently advise your private clients and privately-owned businesses on the best place to set up a trust, re-invest, re-locate and so on.

The practical nature of this book makes it an invaluable guide for accountants, solicitors and financial advisers handling the affairs of private clients and privately-owned businesses, while annual publication ensures it is both up to date and relevant.

Key updates:

  • Planning for UK resident and domiciled/non-domiciled individuals
  • Latest on anti-avoidance rules affecting income of non-resident entities
  • Double taxation treaties and impact on taxation of UK resident individuals and offshore structures
  • Fully updated for Finance Act 2020 and new case law