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Offshore Tax Planning For UK Companies In 2014

ISBN: 9781495431456
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2014-02-06
Number of pages: 104
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February 2014 Edition

If you're interested in offshore tax planning involving UK companies there are plenty of opportunities available. In this guide we show you how and when you can use your UK company as part of an offshore tax planning strategy.

Subjects covered include:

How you can use your company to set up an offshore subsidiary How to avoid the CFC rules and trade free of tax using offshore subsidiaries A detailed explanation of the new CFC rules applying from April 2013 When and how setting up a foreign branch of your UK company makes sense How forming your own offshore finance company can reduce your corporation tax rate to just over 5% How dividends from offshore subsidiaries are taxed in the UK How you can reduce UK corporation tax on your company profits if you leave the UK How Facebook & other companies use tax treaties to reduce tax How tax treaty residence applies to UK companies Migrating A UK Company & the impact of double tax treaties How you can use a UK company as a tax efficient international holding company When and how you can use a UK company as a nominee How to get access to the new 10% rate of corporation tax with the 2013 Patent Box How do you prove an offshore company isn't associated with your UK company? Why it's not advisable to use a UK company to hold Spanish property How a UK company can escape UK tax by using double tax treaties Top 10 jurisdictions for reducing corporation taxes How a UK agency structure operates Tax implications of UK company with non resident directors & shareholders Plus lots more...

About the Author

The Author of "Offshore Tax Planning For UK Companies In 2014" is Lee Hadnum. Lee is a rarity among tax advisers having both legal and chartered accountant qualifications. After qualifying a prize winner in the Institute of Chartered Accountants exams, he also went on to become a chartered tax adviser (CTA). He worked in Ernst & Youngs Entrepreneurial Services department for a number of years before setting up his own tax planning practice.

He is now a full time tax author and Editor at

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