Asset Transfers Report – Tax Savvy Asset Transfer Guide - Tax Insider

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Asset Transfers: Hidden Tax Traps And Treasures


Learn how to avoid the common tax traps of asset transfers and how to transfer assets without
paying a penny more tax than you need to.

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Why Transfer Assets?

There are all kinds of reasons why a person might want to transfer assets to someone else and there are also all kinds of methods of achieving asset transfers, some of which trigger large tax liabilities, and those that don’t.

What’s in the Asset Transfers Report?

In this 12,000+ word asset transfers report we look to provide a practical guide on how to save tax in the asset transfer process, and to illustrate these tax-saving ideas by way of a series of asset transfer scenarios.

The report also covers:

•    Why you would want to transfer assets
•    How to gift assets
•    Property trusts 
•    Asset protection
•    Transferring assets to save Inheritance tax
•    Asset holding companies
•    Sheltering profits in family partnerships and incorporation

Who is the Asset Transfers Report for?

This report is perfect for property owners, landlords and anyone with physical assets. The Asset Transfer report will help you steer clear of the standard tax traps that catch out those carrying out asset transfers.

The report will help you manage your assets tax efficiently so you can shelter your profits and learn more about the asset transfer process. The asset transfer report will help you learn more about transferring assets via property trusts and will give you more information on transferring assets using company structures to protect profits and legitimately avoid paying more tax.