Charity & Trustee Services
Being a trustee can be a fairly onerous task. The obligations that are placed on trustees to manage money are complex and taxing in more ways than one.
We aim to help make trustees' lives easier by providing advice on all investment and taxation aspects relating to trusts, whether these be personal trusts or charitable ones.
Our Services Include:
- A review of the Trust Deed and investment powers, and a summary of Trustee powers and responsibilities.
- A report on the suitability of investments to meet the requirements of the Trustee Investment Act 2000, covering such matters as suitable diversification, review schedules and tax efficiency.
- Ongoing monitoring and reporting to the trustees to ensure the investments continue to meet the requirements of the trust goals.
- Advice on tax efficient extraction of funds from trusts where possible.
Charities & Trustees Services
As a Trustee, you may be required to preserve capital for the beneficiaries, or to plan for both income and capital requirements. We can help by agreeing an appropriate investment strategy with you and constructing a tax efficient portfolio for the trust assets and then provide regular reviews to ensure that the strategy remains on track.
Charities face imperative financial decisions, balancing the need to invest appropriately but also assessing when and how to distribute assets. We can support you in developing the most tax efficient way of managing investments for the short, medium and long term in line with your needs and objectives.
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