High-value residential property tax attack
In less than a month, two tax changes are coming into effect that are intended to make owning high-value residential property through companies less attractive. Although we do not yet have the final form of the legislation, the basic shape of the new rules is clear enough and serious consideration should now be given to unwinding these structures.
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