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Trusts are flexible and can include a range of assets, including both existing family owned assets (for example properties or company shares) or newly acquired investments. Also, they are a good way of providing funds for future generations, such as the payment of school or university fees for grandchildren. Used correctly, this can be a useful tool for inheritance tax planning.

Registration of Trusts with HMRC

Another area of change is in the process of registering trusts with HMRC. Trusts can no longer be registered with HMRC using paper forms as they were in the past. An electronic registration process, known as the Trusts and Estates Registration Service, provides a single online access for trusts and estates to comply with their registration obligations.

This service allows lead and corporate trustees to build on existing tax reporting mechanisms. All trusts with a UK tax consequence will need to be registered. Also it will be the trustees’ responsibility to ensure the Trust Register is accurate and up to date. This will also include trusts which were originally registered with HMRC under the old system.

Registration of Trusts with HMRC

Another area of change is in the process of registering trusts with HMRC. Trusts can no longer be registered with HMRC using paper forms as they were in the past. An electronic registration process, known as the Trusts and Estates Registration Service, provides a single online access for trusts and estates to comply with their registration obligations.

This service allows lead and corporate trustees to build on existing tax reporting mechanisms. All trusts with a UK tax consequence will need to be registered. Also it will be the trustees’ responsibility to ensure the Trust Register is accurate and up to date. This will also include trusts which were originally registered with HMRC under the old system.

For more information

For more information on our Tax Structuring Service, please contact either:
Scott Harrower, Andrew Bagley or Lulu Emms, or call us on:

01483 416232