The tax implications of Trusts
Key tax considerations for Trustees and the future needs of beneficiaries
Changes to the taxation of non-resident Trusts
Do trusts still serve a purpose?
Year end tax planning opportunities for individuals
COVID-19: Managing the impact
Acting as a Trustee means you have legal duties and obligations, which has become increasingly complex in recent years. The role of a Trustee is pivotal when passing wealth on to the next generation. Trustees can be trusted family members or friends but they can also be professionals such as solicitors or accountants to ensure all decisions are made in the best interests of the beneficiaries.
Trusts provide flexible, financial protection for those important to you, making sure that value passes to future generations in a tax efficient way.
Update on the Trust Registration Service (TRS)