The trusts and complex estates online registration service is now available for individuals.

The paper form 41G has been withdrawn and all trusts with UK tax liabilities must now register online.

The register will include:

  • Details of trust assets, including addresses and values.
  • The identity of the settlor, trustees, protector (if any), persons  exercising controls and beneficiaries.

Those who delayed notifying HMRC, whilst the service was not up and running, should now register online.

The registration service should be extended to agents later in the year.


Our subscriber guide: Trusts & Estates: Ten-year charge reporting requirements

Our subscriber guide to UK Trusts

HMRC’s Trusts and Estates Newsletter: April 2017 provides further details on the new registration requirements


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