Divorce, Tax and Valuations

Evelyn Partners Offices
Thursday, 06 December 2018
8:00 am – 9:30 am (UK time)
    • Wayne Dutton, PWC

Wayne Dutton and colleagues from PwC will present on a number of valuation and tax issues that are relevant to persons going through a divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership.

The presentation will cover the following:
1. Provide an outline of different valuation methods.
2. How leveraging can impact a valuation.
3. Tax issues concerning the main home
4. Business break up
5. Top ten tax tips for divorce/dissolution
6. Stamp Duty Land Tax issues

The presentation will focus on matters that could have a significant impact on a client’s tax position and help you to identify some potential traps going forward.

The target audience will be financial planners, paraplanners, investment professionals, accountants and legal professionals.

The learning objectives will be to:

1. Gain a high level understanding of asset valuations for divorce purposes
2. Help you to identify potential tax problem areas for clients as they go through the divorce/dissolution process.
3. Gain an appreciation of specific Stamp Duty Land Tax problems.
The learning outcome will be for the audience to come away with an understanding of tax matters that need consideration should a client be going through a divorce/dissolution of a civil partnership.

To register your place please book here

Wayne is a Senior Manager in PwC’s tax team and has been with PwC for more than twenty years having spent the previous five years with HMRC in a PAYE district and Special Compliance Office.

Wayne’s clients include business owners, family and owner managed companies, executives of private equity firms, and individuals and trusts resident both onshore and offshore. Wayne specialises in advising high net worth individuals together with their businesses on the tax implications of transactions and putting structures in place to manage family succession.

  • Evelyn Partners Offices
  • Liver Building, Pier Head
  • Liverpool
  • L3 1NY
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