Sunday 06, April 2014 by Robin Amlôt

Capital Gains Tax charge on UK residential property wider than expected, says law firm Boodle Hatfie

The UK Government has finally published details of plans announced in the Autumn Statement to extend capital gains tax (CGT) to gains on the sale of UK residential property arising to non-UK residents.  The proposals are, says law firm Boodle Hatfield, more comprehensive and far-reaching than anticipated.

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Commercial Banking Banking—creatively disrupted

Sanjeev Kumar, Group CEO, M Holdings Limited, discusses how Bank M became a top bank in Tanzania and why it is now taking its offering… read more