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This Intelligence Report is a revised, updated and expanded second edition of The Taxation of Trusts Post Finance Act 2006. The new Report takes into account the changes made by both Finance Act 2007 and Income Tax Act 2007, as well as the recent important House of Lords decision on settlements, Jones v Garnett and the changes proposed in the Finance Bill 2008. The Report also contains a new chapter on calculating charges to Inheritance Tax on relevant property settlements.
The author deals with the major changes introduced by Finance Acts 2006 and 2007 and Income Tax Act 2007 to inheritance tax, capital gains tax and income tax as they affect trusts, their settlors and beneficiaries. An important feature of the Report is the pragmatic discussion of new strategies for survival under the new regime.
The Intelligence Report is intended primarily for barristers, solicitors, accountants, chartered tax advisers, professional trustees, officers of trust corporations and other professionals who already have a working knowledge of the United Kingdom taxation of trusts before the 2006 changes. The report comprises 236 A4 pages and was published in January 2008. There is an additional supplement with the book, a Finance Bill 2008 Update by Robert Venables Q.C. published April 2008.
Robert Venables Q.C. is an acknowledged expert on taxation, particularly the taxation of trusts, inheritance tax and offshore and international taxation. He is the author of several seminal works on trusts and taxation, including Non-Resident Trusts and Inheritance Tax Planning.