Tax rules in the US and the UK have become increasingly complex in recent years. With ever-increasing scrutiny on tax evasion, non-UK domiciles have been the subject of near constant changes in the laws affecting their tax treatment. Meanwhile, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has been tightening compliance rules for US taxpayers with non-US income or assets.
Whether you are an expatriate high net worth individual in the UK looking for support with tax-efficient strategies for wealth preservation, a senior executive with queries about your pay arrangements or an owner managed business looking for advice and support across your personal and business finances, Frank Hirth tax professionals in London, New York and Wellington will be delighted to help.
We will work with your other professional advisers to offer you a smooth and joined-up service, ensuring that you are fully compliant and maximising your worldwide tax position from our offices in London, New York and Wellington.
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