Articles by Matthew Gilligan
The 2012 tax year began on 1 April 2011 for most taxpayers and with it new tax rules in relation depreciation on buildings and LAQCs finally came into force. We have written a number of times on the potential impact these rules may have on you if you have an existing LAQC and have long been encouraging our clients to make contact with us in order to have their circumstances reviewed so that appropriate action can be taken.
By way of summary, the key changes are as follows:
There are a variety of options available to those who have LAQCs and we also see the new LTC rules as offering opportunities for clients with existing companies and offshore operations in certain circumstances. Please contact us at GRA for a meeting to discuss the potential opportunities that the new LTC regime presents.
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