The new change in Capital Gains Tax is getting closer. Anyone who lives outside the UK and has a residential property in the UK either under their own personal name or by using an corporate entity is affected.
The new charge will apply to gains from 6 April 2015.
With effect from 1 April 2015,
Pre-Contract stage – Freehold Sale/Purchase
The estate agent will send to the seller’s solicitor a memorandum of sale providing, amongst other things, details of the solicitors acting for the buyer. The seller’s solicitor will then prepare the pre-contract package to be sent to t
You should consider the Tier 1 Investor visa if you have at least £2 million to invest and wish to make the United Kingdom your and your families home.
An investor must:
– have £2,000,000 or more of their own money for investment in the UK; or
– intend to in
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