Private client: Home is where the tax is
Imagine yourself, if you will, as a successful lawyer in 1850. You have a thriving practice and, with your wealth, you have built a house on a nice plot of land in the open fields two miles from Marble Arch. It is the envy of your neighbours - smart, spacious and comfortable. Over the years with your growing family it suits you very well and you are able to hand it on to the next generation.
Due to historical pressures, the tax systems of the UK, Europe and the US have evolved very differently. Martyn Gowar advocates re-writing the book to simplify the situation for wealthy individuals
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