Trusts and Inheritance Tax Guidance

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27 Jun 2019

Trustees have a duty to act in the best interests of the beneficiaries. This can cause difficulties when the beneficiaries’ interests conflict. For example, in a life...

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27 Jun 2019

This guidance note should be read in conjunction with the Appointment of trustees guidance note, which considers the office and appointment of trustees generally, as well...

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27 Jun 2019

It is not permissible to tie funds up in trust in perpetuity. All settlements governed by United Kingdom law must finally vest absolutely in the beneficiaries within the...

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27 Jun 2019

Often, the reason for creating a trust is to provide for beneficiaries who cannot support themselves or who are unable to manage their own affairs. Such vulnerable...

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27 Jun 2019

Trusts have a long history of use as a means for people to protect their assets and to control their management as well as how those assets are transferred to others. The...

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27 Jun 2019

Reasons for using an investment managerUnder the Trustee Act 2000 trustees are under a duty to seek advice from an appropriate person regarding the matter of investment....

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27 Jun 2019

This guidance note provides an outline of the main trustee powers and duties. Although there is a degree of overlap between them, the term ‘powers’ usually refers to...

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27 Jun 2019

In some circumstances, it might be desirable to partition a trust, that is to break the trust by dividing up the assets between the beneficiaries. The term partition is...

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27 Jun 2019

In exercise of their dispositive powers, trustees transfer income and capital to beneficiaries. For commentary on the different types of payments, see the Payments to...

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27 Jun 2019

There is no mandatory format for trust accounts. The accountant may choose a layout to suit the complexity of the trust and the occasion. A major distribution of capital,...

Latest Guidance
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Trusts And Inheritance Tax

Trustees have a duty to act in the best interests of the beneficiaries. This can cause difficulties when the beneficiaries’ interests conflict. For example, in a life...

Trust_tax_img3
Trusts And Inheritance Tax

This guidance note should be read in conjunction with the Appointment of trustees guidance note, which considers the office and appointment of trustees generally, as well...

Trust_tax_img
Trusts And Inheritance Tax

It is not permissible to tie funds up in trust in perpetuity. All settlements governed by United Kingdom law must finally vest absolutely in the beneficiaries within the...

Trust_tax_img10
Trusts And Inheritance Tax

Often, the reason for creating a trust is to provide for beneficiaries who cannot support themselves or who are unable to manage their own affairs. Such vulnerable...

Trust_tax_img10
Trusts And Inheritance Tax

Trusts have a long history of use as a means for people to protect their assets and to control their management as well as how those assets are transferred to others. The...

Trust_tax_img
Trusts And Inheritance Tax

Reasons for using an investment managerUnder the Trustee Act 2000 trustees are under a duty to seek advice from an appropriate person regarding the matter of investment....

Trust_tax_img10
Trusts And Inheritance Tax

This guidance note provides an outline of the main trustee powers and duties. Although there is a degree of overlap between them, the term ‘powers’ usually refers to...

Trust_tax_img10
Trusts And Inheritance Tax

In some circumstances, it might be desirable to partition a trust, that is to break the trust by dividing up the assets between the beneficiaries. The term partition is...

Trust_tax_img
Trusts And Inheritance Tax

In exercise of their dispositive powers, trustees transfer income and capital to beneficiaries. For commentary on the different types of payments, see the Payments to...

Trust_tax_img4
Trusts And Inheritance Tax

There is no mandatory format for trust accounts. The accountant may choose a layout to suit the complexity of the trust and the occasion. A major distribution of capital,...