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Estate planning for digital assets

Fundamentally, digital assets are the possessions you access on a digital device. These assets are normally stored online and accessed via a personal online account run by a third-party provider. How should you manage these assets?

Published 29 March 2023

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Planning with crypto assets

It is increasingly important for individuals to understand how crypto assets are taxed, both in life and on death, and ensure the consideration of crypto assets in succession planning.

Published 29 March 2023

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Non-fungible tokens (NFTs)

What are NFTs? How are NFTs taxed during an individual’s lifetime and subsequently on death? How can we ensure access for attorneys and personal representatives whilst guaranteeing security for these high-value assets?

Published 29 March 2023

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Lasting power of attorney and digital assets

The choice of attorney and informing them of your wishes is particularly vital when considering digital assets. The pertinency of this is increased with more valuable assets such as cryptocurrency.

Published 29 March 2023

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Fintech explained: Electronic Money Agents and Distributors

This explainer guide examines the differences between a bank and an Electronic Money Institution (EMI), and the methods used to safeguard funds with the Electronic Money Regulations (EMR).

Published 22 December 2020

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How are your cryptoassets taxed?

Guidance for individuals who hold cryptoassets, explaining what taxes they may need to pay, and what records they need to keep. Also included is information for businesses and companies about the tax treatment of cryptoasset transactions.

Published 1 November 2020

DIGITAL & UK TRUSTS, TAX AND ESTATE PLANNING

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Fintech explained: Banks vs EMIs

This guide explains the differences between a bank and an Electronic Money Institution (EMI), and the methods used to safeguard funds with the Electronic Money Regulations (EMR).

Published 13 October 2020

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Fintech explained: What is E-Money?

This guide explains what is meant by ‘E-Money’, who issues it and how it is used.

Published 3 October 2020

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Decrypting a digital world

An overview of some of the key areas of interest in relation to cryptoassets, their legal treatment in the UK, and how they should be considered in tax and estate planning.

Published 9 October 2019

DIGITAL & FINTECH & UK TRUSTS, TAX AND ESTATE PLANNING

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