Nimesh Shah

Nimesh Shah CTA ATT is the CEO at Blick Rothenberg and a tax adviser with over 10 years' experience in practice. He has a broad range of experience in UK taxation, acting for clients operating across varying industry sectors. His experience allows him to advise entrepreneurs and their businesses across their personal and corporate tax affairs. He has developed a particular expertise and focus towards taxation of non-UK domiciled individuals and advising clients on the personal tax matters relating to all aspects of their company’s business life-cycle from start-up, growth and through to exit. In November 2014, he was announced as one of Eprivateclients' 50 most influential private client professionals.

Tax / Is a wealth tax on the cards?

A new wealth tax in the UK, to support the NHS and social care, cannot be ruled out, following suggestions from the US to introduce a new charge on billionaires, says Blick Rothenberg’s Nimesh Shah

Tax / Blick Rothenberg: Bleak winter to follow summer statement

The chancellor’s moves on job retention bonuses and VAT cuts could be delaying the inevitable failure of many companies, says Blick Rothenberg’s Nimesh Shah

Tax / New property CGT rules hit buy-to-let sector

From 6 April, new capital gains tax rules will have a significant impact on the amount of capital gains tax paid by landlords, who will now need to pay it within 30 days

Tax / Essentials: CGT liability for non-UK residents disposing of UK land

Non-UK residents will be pulled into the capital gains tax (CGT) regime for the first time this April if they dispose of UK land and property. Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg, examines the key tax compliance issues and how the rules are changing

Tax / Shah: labyrinthine personal tax system needs complete overhaul

Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg, calls for radical reform of the hugely complex personal tax system, not just inheritance tax, from spikes and cliff edges in marginal tax rates to capital gains tax

Tax / Inheritance tax: residence nil rate band (RNRB) explained

The residence nil rate band (RNRB) is important to consider when estate planning and protecting property for direct descendants but there are some tricky tax considerations. Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg, explains how it works and potential pitfalls

Tax / Essential tax planning: year-end tax tips to beat 6 April deadline

With days to go until the end of the 2015/16 tax year, tax experts at chartered accountants Blick Rothenberg LLP provide a snapshot of last-minute tax planning tips from property tax changes to savings, ISAs, pensions, dividends overhaul and maximising personal tax-free allowances to get financial affairs in order by 6 April

Tax / New SDLT: more questions than answers for buy-to-let and offshore investors

Government proposals for a 3% stamp duty surcharge on sales of buy-to-let properties and second homes pose huge areas of uncertainty with issues ranging from holiday homes to challenges for those that own property abroad, says Nimesh Shah, private client partner at Blick Rothenberg

Tax / HMRC u-turn on secured loan arrangements for non doms

HMRC has made a u-turn on its tax treatment of loans secured against offshore income and gains – positive for non domiciled individuals and indicative of a common sense approach, says Nimesh Shah, tax partner at Blick Rothenberg

Tax / Hit and miss on tax reforms for non doms?

Some interesting reforms lie ahead for non doms – such as the chance to ‘reset’ the clock on deemed-domicile requirements – but the government seems to have also missed the opportunity to provide clarity on relief for those who wish to return to the UK, with cash, says Nimesh Shah, partner at Blick Rothenberg