Tax is likely to represent the biggest financial outlay over the course of your lifetime, yet many of us are simply too busy to dedicate the time required to ensure our tax affairs are in order and we’re not paying more than is due.
That’s why it’s important that you can call on a specialist trusted adviser to manage your personal tax affairs – whether that’s to help ensure full compliance with increasingly complex tax obligations or planning ahead for your own or your family’s financial future.
You’ll get a very personal service tailored to your specific needs from a proactive team who will highlight issues and opportunities as they arise.
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We’ve been advising individuals, families and trusts since 1881.
We help over 5,500 clients, including over 800 non-domiciled clients and more than 350 partnership clients.
We act for over 170 landed estates and around 1,500 trusts with assets ranging up to £1bn.
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Now is the time to get your tax affairs in order
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A guide on actions to take for trustees and individuals following changes to taxation of non-UK domiciled individuals.
Potential tax issues arising from the outcome of the UK referendum on EU membership.