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Over the past decade the taxation of UK Real Estate owned by non-resident structures and individuals has been one of the most evolving areas of UK taxation. From the introduction of ATED for high value residential property to the taxation of gains on all immovable property and the transition of non-resident landlord company returns to Corporation Tax, the issues are varied and often not straightforward.

The KPMG Channel Island team have many years of experience working with offshore structures from a UK tax perspective and have advised our clients extensively on the implications of the different rules as they evolve. Our services are wide ranging and cover all elements from assisting with complex tax modelling on structure set up to undertaking UK tax compliance services. We benefit from a close working relationship with our UK Real Estate team and wider member firm network which is an invaluable resource. We work regularly with administrators at developing automated solutions to assist with the ever-growing tax compliance burden.  

If you would like to discuss how we can work together in this area, please contact us.


Taxing Gains on UK immovable property

Non-resident companies
Transition to Corporation Tax

Disposal of UK land Corporation Tax
The impact on CIVs

Your contacts at KPMG in the Channel Islands

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