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31 October 2018

Is capital gains tax payable on assets left to Australian heirs?

Answer by Melissa Ellis, Solicitor in the Private Client department, to the FT reader question regarding potential Capital Gains Tax liability for a resident will trust with overseas beneficiaries, first published in The Financial Times online on 31 October 2018 and reproduced with kind permission. 

For further information, please contact Melissa Ellis by email or on 020 7465 4300

Click below to read Melissa's answer in The Financial Times 

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