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Katharine Arthur

Partner, Head of Private Client

Katharine advises individuals, businesses and trusts on all aspects of their tax compliance responsibilities and advisory requirements.

With a focus on private client issues, Katharine provides practical assistance to clients on a wide range of issues, including:

  • Domicile
  • Residence
  • Individuals coming to and leaving the UK
  • Property ownership, including the recently introduced Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED)
  • Capital Gains Tax

Her clients also benefit from her advice on:

  • Self employment
  • Partnerships
  • Tax planning
  • HMRC enquiries and International Information Exchange agreements

She has particular expertise in Inheritance Tax and estate planning as well as UK and offshore trusts, and has established haysmacintyre’s new range of probate services.

Katharine is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Adviser and is a member of the Taxation Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS). Katharine has previously worked for Big 4 and Top 20 advisory firms.

She has often been quoted in the general and tax press, presents at seminars and hopes to translate sometimes overly technical tax issues and opportunities into plain English.

Away from the office, Katharine enjoys travel, wildlife and photography and combining all three whenever she can.

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Tax Rate Card 2023/24

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Spring Budget 2023: Full summary

On 15 March 2023, the Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, delivered a ‘Budget for Growth’ after the Office for...

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Spring Budget 2023: No further tweaks to stealth taxes

Whilst the Chancellor has set out the four pillars of his industrial strategy of enterprise,...

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Spring Budget – 15 March 2023: Highlights

The Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, delivered his first Budget this afternoon, promising a Budget for growth....

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Get ready for the Capital Gains Tax exemption cut

A cut to the CGT exemption, from April 2023, is expected to make CGT payments even...

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Capital Gains Tax (CGT) receipts on the rise: ePrivateclient

The rise in CGT receipts is according to the latest monthly tax figures released by...

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eprivateclient top accountancy firm 2022

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