Webinar: Forward thinking: what does the 2021 tax landscape have in store?

Online
Wednesday, 24 February 2021
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
    • James Heathcote, Lancaster Knox

With UK debt soaring as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, HM Treasury needs to find new ways of raising revenue in the years ahead. Tax policy will doubtless be pivotal to this, but what changes might lie ahead?

With talk in recent months of Capital Gains Tax changes, Inheritance Tax reform, and even the possibility of a Wealth Tax, private clients and their advisors should look to the (not-too-distant) future in order to be on the front foot with tax planning and effective asset structuring.

Learning objectives
By the end of the session, delegates will be able:

  • To discuss budget speculation and possible changes
  • Look at the changing attitudes to tax planning
  • Discover structuring affairs in a world of transparency

Speaker Biography
James is a private client tax specialist, advising high net worth individuals, families, trustees and family offices. In particular, he has extensive experience of working with international private clients across a broad spectrum of areas, ranging from residence, domicile and trusts, to inheritance tax, succession planning and cross-border transactions.

Having worked for both Deloitte and Ernst & Young, James is now Director of Private Client Advisory at independent boutique firm Lancaster Knox. James also works closely with teams within the wider Knox group of companies, enabling clients in the UK, the Crown Dependencies and beyond to benefit from the group’s holistic approach to management of their global affairs.

James is a member of the Association of Tax Technicians, the Chartered Institute of Taxation and the Family Firm Institute. In 2020, he was ranked by Spear’s as a ‘Top Recommended Tax & Trusts Accountant’, and was named ‘Yorkshire Advisor of the Year’ at the Yorkshire Accountancy Awards.

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