The Fry Group Presents UK Budget Update.

The Fry Group Tax Manager, Asia Pacific, Martin Rimmer recently visited Hong Kong to update clients on the UK Budget announcement in March, and the possible ramifications on their tax considerations and future property purchases.

He hosted a luncheon presentation for Hong Kong expatriates, where he provided an informative overview on relevant changes that came into effect in April 2016, and what they mean from a UK tax perspective for properties, investments and pensions. In addition to demystifying the UK Budget and breaking down the essentials, he also discussed the widely debated issues such as the increase in stamp duty with Square Foot Magazine, outlining the key areas of concern.  To read the full article, click here.

For those who missed the presentation, please feel free to e-mail The Fry Group on enquire@thefrygroup.hk to arrange a meeting with Martin Rimmer on his next visit.

 

Martin Rimmer, Tax Manager, Asia Pacific, The Fry Group addresses clients in a UK Budget update presentation

Martin Rimmer, Tax Manager, Asia Pacific, The Fry Group addresses clients in a UK Budget update

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This entry was posted on Tuesday, 26th April 2016 at 2:13 pm and is filed under Capital Gains Tax, Financial Planning, Inheritance Tax, Pensions, Tax. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

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