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Peter Goodman

Peter joined Wilkins Kennedy in 1986 and was made a Partner of the firm the following year. As a private client tax specialist, Peter has in depth experience in tax efficient structuring and tax planning for families, in addition to having specialist knowledge of the international tax arena, particularly for expats and non-domiciled executives moving to or from the UK. He has an in-depth knowledge of tax investigations, estate planning, capital taxes and trusts.

Short Term Business Visitors: payroll issues

Peter Goodman

06 June 2017

If you employ an international workforce, you may already be familiar with the challenges relating to taxation of individuals if they are normally based overseas, but visit the UK temporarily to work. Employers should be aware that HMRC has specialist … Read More >>

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Non-doms: tax changes are clear

Peter Goodman

27 February 2017

The Government recently announced some changes relating to the way non-domiciled individuals are taxed. Following initial consultation, responses were published in draft legislation on 5 December 2016, but there was still some uncertainty relating to the rebasing of individuals who … Read More >>

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Major Changes To Non Dom Status – But Will It Have A Big Impact?

Peter Goodman

The Budget has announced key changes to Non Dom status. The Chancellor said during his Budget speech; “It is not fair that people who are born in the UK to parents who are domiciled here, can later in life claim … Read More >>

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PAYE Settlement Agreements Have Got Minor Staff Benefits All Wrapped Up

Peter Goodman

16 December 2014

At this time of year, if you are a business owner, no doubt by now you’ll have a strategy in place for staff Christmas presents. However modest the gift, HMRC needs to know about it – which is where PAYE … Read More >>

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UK starts saving again as new rules take affect

Peter Goodman

15 September 2014

Ever since the chancellor announced in the UK budget that the allowance for interest free savings or investments would rise in July of this year, the country has been waiting and anticipating the difference that this would make to our … Read More >>

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Child Benefit changes: Are you up to date?

Peter Goodman

13 January 2014

Families that receive child benefit, and have someone in the family with an income of more than £50,000, could find themselves subject to the High Income Child Benefit Charge (HICBC) and will need to register for Self-Assessment with HMRC asap … Read More >>

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Expats that own property in the UK could find themselves facing a tax crackdown

Peter Goodman

02 August 2013

It appears that those wanting the security of a buy to let property whilst living abroad could end up getting many Brits in hot water as the UK Tax Office prepares to clamp down on private landlords. Since 2011, HMRC … Read More >>

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Finance Bill will hit family businesses and farmers where it hurts

Peter Goodman

02 July 2013

Plans to amend the Finance Bill are currently underway and the changes are causing a disturbance amongst many small businesses – and it is no wonder, considering the price could come at thousands. Family businesses and SMEs are already facing … Read More >>

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How the Value of Inheritance Tax Reliefs is being Eroded by Inflation

Peter Goodman

04 December 2012

Due to the last three decades of governments’ failure to raise the value of inheritance tax reliefs in line with inflation, the reliefs are increasingly turning into lucrative stealth taxes for the Government. There are a number of inheritance reliefs … Read More >>

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