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Seminar: Tax and Investment for US citizens in the UK

  • 12 Apr 2011
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • London & Capital Offices 4 Triton Square, Regent’s Place London, NW1 3HG

Key Themes & Highlights

  • Understand the implications of living / working in the UK in light of recent changes to legislation for non-domiciled individuals
  • Effective estate planning techniques and how to avoid the pitfalls
  • Tax efficient planning and compliance considerations
  • The impact of changing from a resident to a non-domiciled resident for UK tax purposes - Remittance Basis
  • UK pension arrangement considerations
  • Investing for US individuals who are non-domiciled UK residents

In light of recent tax legislative changes impacting Americans living and working in the UK, London & Capital in association with the leading legal and accounting partners have put together a series of educational seminars on the tax, estate planning and investment considerations specifically aimed at US citizens and green card holders residing in the UK. The seminars use a case study approach, with worked examples being presented to highlight the specific issues likely to be encountered.

The guest speakers will demonstrate the benefits of putting a structured investment plan in place as well as carefully considering this in tandem with the other tax planning and legal implications. During the seminar attendees will have access to the expertise and experience of a range of investment, legal and tax planning professionals.

6:30pm - Registration & drinks

7pm - Seminar, followed by drinks & canapés

This event is FREE for dues-paying members; otherwise, £20

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