Equiom hosts tax seminars across Channel Islands
Wednesday 18 January 2017
Equiom Solutions will be hosting its annual seminars to discuss key issues concerning tax and estate planning for Channel Islands residents.
There will be 2 seminars, held on 1 February 2017 at the Royal Yacht Hotel in Jersey and 2 February 2017 at The Old Government House in Guernsey.
The event will feature a series of presentations starting with Glenn Cassidy, Senior Tax Consultant who will give a property update and discuss the changes regarding tax and domicile due to be introduced in April 2017. Helen Woods, Managing Director of Equiom Solutions will cover trusts and UK property followed by returning non-doms, which will be particularly relevant to people living in the Channel Islands, but originally from the UK.
Helen Woods explained the idea behind the seminar:
‘The recent Autumn Statement announcement has highlighted some key tax changes for UK non-doms and 2017 will be a crucial year for implementation of some of the new tax regimes that affect Channel Island residents. Our aim is to highlight these issues to clients and contacts so that they have the knowledge to be prepared and seek advice with respect to these changes. The upcoming seminar will achieve this and we hope to see the usual high level of attendance.’
Equiom Solutions provides tax and estate planning services to Channel Islands residents and businesses. The highly qualified and experienced team offers tax and estate planning advice as well as outsourced tax compliance services for fiduciaries.
For more information on the seminar and to register, contact Hannah Scarffe