Hoxton Capital Management is an award-winning, dedicated financial firm. We specialise in helping expats put together financial plans to help them with their future financial goals, no matter where they are in the world.
Living and working abroad brings its stresses, therefore making sure your finances are protected now and later down the line is imperative. Tax planning while located abroad causes confusion and a lot of questions. We are here to help guide you through all your tax queries.
With over 25+ years of tax experience, we pride ourselves on understanding the UK tax system and all the locations in which we operate in. Our team of tax advisers are experienced in dealing with UK expats who are looking to understand tax rules, whilst located abroad. Making sure you get the best advice possible from reputable tax advisers is imperative to us in your financial planning journey. Talk to one of our in-house tax specialists now!
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OUR TAX EXPERTS
Our dedicated team of tax experts are on hand to support you with all of your queries
What are your tax quieries?
Expats can remain liable for UK inheritance tax without knowing. Most people think only UK assets are subject to UK IHT, but this is not the case. In the UK, Inheritance Tax (IHT) is paid on the value of the deceased’s estate at a rate of 40% on the value of the Nil Rate Band (NRB) which is currently GBP 325,000.
Pension income is taxable at marginal rates. As such, planning how you receive your pension income is important and careful forethought may result in substantial savings. Whilst pensions benefit from tax-free growth and favourable tax breaks on contributions when the time comes to draw an income from your pensions you are still required to pay income tax.
Capital Gains Tax
Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is a tax on gains, or profit, made on the disposal of assets, whether the disposal occurs due to the sale of the asset or gifting. The most common capital gains are realized from the sale of stocks, bonds, precious metals, and property. It is distinct from tax on a regular income.
Double Taxation Agreements
Understanding the agreements in place between the country your assets are in and the country you are residing in is an important part of planning, particularly for those retiring overseas with UK pensions.