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DEEMED
DOMICILE
RULES FOR
US INDIVIDUALS

There have been numerous articles published which address the new ‘deemed dom’ regime which, subject to the 2017 second finance bill being passed, will retrospectively come into effect from 6 April 2017.

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UK SPRING
STATEMENT
2019

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Autumn Budget 2018

ENTERTAINMENT,
SPORTS AND MEDIA
US/UK
TAX EXPERTS

Our dedicated Entertainment, Sports & Media team offers a specialist one-stop shop of US/UK dual qualified advisors with extensive experience of representing clients operating in the ESM markets.

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WEBINAR ON
US QUALIFIED
OPPORTUNITY ZONES
PROGRAMME

Join our webinar on Thursday 28 February 2019 at 12:00 (EST) to hear US tax specialist Steve Christiano, Associate Director at Frank Hirth, review the tax incentives associated with US Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZ) programme.

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FUND AND
ASSET
MANAGEMENT
TAX SPECIALISTS

Our dedicated Fund and Asset Management team have great depth and breadth of experience in advising and assisting individuals and entities connected to the Fund Management industry – providing a full spectrum of tax services.

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US/UK tax experts

Frank Hirth is the largest tax practice in the UK to specialise in both US and UK tax.

Our offices in London, New York and Wellington provide tax compliance and advisory services to individuals, partnerships, trusts and companies.

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Mixed fund cleansing

Frank Hirth Accountancy of the Year

Mixed fund cleansing is available for non-domiciled individuals (except formerly domiciled residents) who have been a remittance basis user at some point between 6 April 2008 and 5 April 2017. The cleansing opportunity finishes on 5 April 2019 after which the usual mixed fund ordering rules will apply again.

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latest news & events

NEWS: 21 Jan 2019

US tax reform - spotlight on divorce and separation one year on

In February 2018 shortly after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was passed, we wrote about a major policy shift regarding the US federal tax rules affecting spousal…
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