Five important considerations ahead of the US Tax Year End
For Americans living in the UK, financial planning and wealth management is complex. It affects everything from income and capital gains, to pension saving and gifting, and it must consider different regulations, tax calendars and currencies.
Robert Paul, Head of the US Family Office, explains five things that Americans in the UK need to consider in the run-up to the end of the US tax year.
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