- Paperback: 176 pages
- Publisher: WPR Tax Publishing; 1 edition (31 May 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0957602472
- ISBN-13: 978-0957602472
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1 x 22.9 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 371,447 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Tax Planning With Offshore Companies & Trusts: The A-Z Guide Paperback – 31 May 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
No book, obviously, will replace getting sound advice from a tax professional but this book is perfect in it's ability to educate us all enough to know what we are talking about. To understand if our business plans are feasible and to start the process of protecting ourselves, our companies, and our assets. It also serves as a great reference guide for existing off shore companies.
We all want to understand how our capital gains from our offshore companies will be taxed and this book explains all that to us in the new framework of 2013. We can better protect our retirements and avoid paying large tax bills at home in the UK. Tax treaties are such a complex structure that everyone involved with offshore companies really should read this book and get the education. It's very well written, easy to understand, and doesn't fill you with information you don't need.
Part 2 deals with offshore trusts and explains the different types of trusts with many examples given. He also provides in-depth insight into how the anti-avoidance rules work.
As with his previous books, Lee Hadnum writes clearly and concisely, cutting out the jargon which makes the subject so difficult to understand. The book is up to date with plenty of information about 2013 tax changes.
Each topic is addressed in an easy to read manner, making the book an invaluable tool for anyone wishing to have a clearer understanding of how offshore companies and trusts are taxed. A great reference book on a complicated subject.
A to Z guides are by nature easy-to-use "look up and read" guides that take you to specific points or terms you want to learn about. Unlike many searches I use on the internet to query some tax terms, this book seems very much up-to-date, and therefore a great resource.
Bottom line is that it's a good look-up reference guide to anyone interested in or already running an off shore business.
After reading this book, I now understand the position much clearer. There are still some grey areas but I feel I've good overall knowledge on how they can be used - so mission accomplished!
You will learn everything you need to know about UK taxes in relevance to offshore companies and trusts. It will teach you all kinds of things your accountant isn't going to tell you! Also, learn great ways to SAVE MONEY by using offshore companies!
This book is very thorough, and if you have a genuine interest in offshore companies or are already in the business...it wouldn't be a bad idea to read this book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is fresh, it has relevant information that is fully up to date.
It has everything you need to know about offshore companies and trusts, and all the ins and... Read more
As a complete idiot when it comes to taxes, I greatly appreciated Lee Hadnum's simple breakdown of UK tax law and how I can save a ton of money through an offshore company. Read morePublished on 12 Jun. 2013 by T. February
Lee Hadnum carefully instructs the reader in the principles of offshore tax planning. If you own a company and want to slash your tax bill, it will be necessary to establish... Read morePublished on 7 Jun. 2013 by David Clarke
Use of an offshore company is one of the central planks of tax planning. If a company is established as non-UK resident, it is exempt from the punitive capital gains tax and tax on... Read morePublished on 6 Jun. 2013 by James Goulding