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Avoidance on property income and gains

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Avoiding or minimising tax on real estate income and gains is often about getting the right ownership and financing structure. The problem is that with HM Treasury desperate for funds, detailed and protracted HMRC enquiries are becoming a feature of their attempts to seek out situations where existing legislation can be used to counter tax planning. Therefore, when considering any proposals it is important to contemplate the implications of an HMRC challenge as well as ensuring any arrangements are properly implemented to ensure that such challenges can be rebutted.

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