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European Cross-Border Estate Planning

European Cross-Border Estate Planning
Number of volumes: 1
Practice Area:  Taxation Law
ISBN:  9780414094734
General Editor: Timothy Lyons KC
Subscription Information: 5 Releases a year, Charge By Release
Format:  Looseleaf, eBook - ProView
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This looseleaf explains the complexities of different tax systems so you can advise clients who own assets across European borders. European Cross Border Estate Planning:

  • Includes reliable information and guidance on the cross-border aspects of estate planning and capital taxes to ensure you can give the best possible advice to your clients
  • Provides detailed commentary on the capital taxes in each EC member state
  • Explains what is taxable, how valuations are arrived at, who pays the tax and when it has to be paid
  • Explains what are and what are not recognised as legal entities
  • Examines the forms of ownership that are accepted
  • Analyses the legal requirements with regard to lifetime gifts including how they can be made and to whom and where restrictions can occur
  • Considers the law relating to the estates of deceased individuals with sections on wills, intestacy, succession and administration of estates
  • Looks at how the concepts of domicile and residence affect capital taxation
  • Covers how to utilise the various reliefs and exemptions
  • Discusses the relevant statutory and judicial anti-avoidance rules and principles
  • Provides insight into the extent of Double Tax Treaties between the state in question and other EC members

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