Crypto assets and tax for probate and private client practitioners (a beginners guide)

Crypto assets and tax for probate and private client practitioners (a beginners guide)
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This is bite size session will provide probate practitioners an understanding of the HMRC guidance on Crypto-currencies and Crypto-assets. The area is rapidly becoming more popular and this session is designed to give an overview of the tax situation how to deal with these assets in a probate situation.

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Learning objectives:

Delegates will get an understanding of the different types of tax that can and do apply to crypto-currencies and crypto-assets in general. This will give practitioners the confidence to deal with them in a probate setting.

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James Normington

Barrister • New Park Court Chambers

Called to the Bar in 2005, James is an established practitioner in Chancery and Commercial work. James is recognised not only for his expertise in commercial, insolvency, Digital Assets and wills and probate work but his niche area of interest in ecclesiastical law, relating to burial grounds. James is currently writing a book on Digital Assets and Probate, to be published later on in 2021 by Wildy's.

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