Private Clients - 29 Nov 2018
As always, whenever contemplating a major transaction, you should check with us first to ensure the best integrated US/UK tax outcome for your circumstances. When multiple national tax systems are involved, something approached on auto-pilot in one country can easily trigger a ‘bad’ outcome in another regime.
If a transaction or significant payment could take place either side of the US or UK year-end, please talk to us about your options. The interaction of the US and UK tax systems is complex, and we are here to help you understand your options and make informed choices.
To discuss any points raised in further detail, please contact your Frank Hirth adviser.
Frank Hirth's offices will close for the holidays at the close of business on Monday 24 December 2018 and will re-open on Wednesday 2 January 2019.
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