Tax: Planning for the future in the present

Rosalind Fitzgerald and Sofia Thomas discuss the practicalities of ‘nesting’ child arrangements and the tax issues that may arise In a nesting arrangement, if both parties are going to utilise the second home for some time, it may well make sense to transfer the property into joint names, so that the annual CGT exemption for …
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Cases Referenced

  • Goodwin v Curtis (Inspector of Taxes) [1998] EWCA Civ 271
  • Llewellyn v Revenue and Customs [2013] UKFTT 323 (TC)