Income reporting

Assistance in the administration of income and tax reporting for family offices and HNWIs

Whether the family office members are resident or non resident in Luxembourg, or an individual is domiciled or not domiciled in Luxembourg, the tax reporting burden is one which is growing and may become a difficult exercise when a family maintains different assets across the globe.


The difficulty in meeting growing administrative obligations to tax and various other organisations is due to the reporting issues generated by the various types of assets held, such as investment companies, real estate, art collections etc.


Indeed, some countries will consider certain income as non-taxable while others will. For instance, under the European Saving Directive, while one country requires reporting of income on disposal of SICAV shares by an individual resident in a different  EU country (which might consider this capital gain as not taxable), a  country may not have this requirement.


Furthermore, while some income may not be reportable if held indirectly, it could be reportable if held through a company or other entity.


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