Non Resident Investors
In the case of CGT requirements for non-resident investors, one of our expert CGT accountants can deal with the HMRC on your behalf, making the process of CGT returns much simpler and easier for you. No matter which bracket you fall under, our team at The Accountancy Solutions is always on hand to help manage your CGT affairs diligently and confidently.
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If you don’t reside in the UK but own an investment property in the UK that you have disposed of, you must inform the HMRC of the disposal and any Capital Gains Tax (CGT) owed. This is also required if you are a partner in a partnership, a representative of a non-resident, using split year conditions, a trustee, or a fund or company.
Support For Non Resident Investor
Handling business overseas can be very difficult without an expert accountant who can help you navigate the additional conditions that non-residents must adhere to. At Accountancy Solutions, we provide a full CGT service for non-residents required to pay CGT on investments in the UK. Our fully trained and qualified CGT accountants can provide advice and assistance in the following areas of non-resident CGT requirements:
- Capital Gains Tax Loss and Gain Calculations
- Record Keeping
- Non-residential Capital Gains Tax Returns
- Capital Gains Tax Return Amendments
- Capital Gains Tax for Temporary Non-residents
- Eligibility for Capital Gains Tax on Property
- Business and Group Company Capital Gains Tax Services
- Exemptions and Reliefs
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No we do not charge any fee for initial consultation. We will try to give you free guidance if its something you can do easily by yourself. We will only charge you if you appoint us to do some work for you.
We are giving free advice on general questions and this is one way of paying back to our local community who cannot get through to tax man. But if your question is of specific nature, we will tell you about our fee.
You can certainly ask question about accounting but you should know that we cannot teach you accounting over the phone or online. If you are not familiar with book keeping or accounting, its best to hire an accountant?
If you are only after advice, we will make a decision after hearing question. It may take further investigation and we may have to look into your personal circumstances to answer your question.
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