Onshoring – other solutions

You can also just liquidate the offshore company, with the distribution of the UK properties going to the shareholders. This should be treated as capital distributions and so subject to UK CGT. As there wouldn’t be any consideration payable for the properties, there shouldn’t be any SDLT issues. The properties would now be held in the hands of the individuals… Read More

UK tax reporting requirements for Offshore property companies

Overview In recent years there have been a number of changes with regards to the UK tax reporting requirements for offshore property companies. These changes mean there is a lot more responsibility placed on offshore property companies to account for UK tax. This article outlines the main changes that offshore property companies need to be aware of. Non-Resident Capital Gains… Read More