Clarke's Offshore Tax Planning 2019-20

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Commentary

Clarke's Offshore Tax Planning focuses on how overseas trusts, companies and other entities may be used as a legitimate shelter from UK taxation by private clients. It includes comprehensive treatment of the favourable tax regime enjoyed by foreign domiciliaries. It is the established guide to this difficult and controversial subject

The text of the twenty-sixth edition reflects legislative and other changes over the last year. Full account is taken of the recent changes to the taxation of UK property in foreign ownership. In addition there are new chapters on protected settlements and the planning opportunities available to foreign domiciliaries.

Clarke's Offshore Tax Planning is divided into Part A, which explains planning techniques; Part B, which analyses the legal framework; Part C, which contains detailed exposition of key anti-avoidance legislation; and Part D which covers international agreements. The comprehensive text is fully cross-referenced to ensure rapid access to relevant material. The practical nature of this book makes it the essential guide to practitioners, both onshore and offshore.


SOURCE CURRENCY: 26th Edition, up to date to 30 September 2019

CONTRIBUTOR
Dominic Lawrance — Author
Charles Russell Speechlys — Author

Contributors

 Giles Clarke Author