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Guy Rendell achieves STEP’s Advanced Certificate in UK Tax for International Clients

  • August 02, 2016
  • By Hunters Law

We are delighted that Associate Guy Rendell has achieved STEP’s Advanced Certificate in UK Tax for International Clients.

Well done to Guy Rendell who passed The Advanced Certificate in UK Tax for International Clients with a Commendation.

The Advanced Certificate in UK Tax for International Clients is designed for those who need a detailed understanding of their UK connected international clients’ tax position.

Completing the exam enables him to apply the law for the practical benefit of international clients on matters such as domicile; residency; the remittance basis; Income Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax for individual international clients and for offshore trusts and offshore companies.

STEP is the worldwide professional association for practitioners dealing with family inheritance and succession planning.

Find out more about STEP and The Advanced Certificate in UK Tax for International Clients qualification here.

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