Arvinder Matharu

BA (Hons), ATT

Principal - UK Global Services Co-Leader
United Kingdom - London

+44 (0) 20.7632.1400Contact

Professional Experience

Arvinder Matharu, FCCA is a Principal in the Tax Department of Prager Metis LLP, a member of Prager Metis International Group. He has been in the accounting industry for over 10 years.

Arvinder focuses on providing tax consultancy on a range of issues to include trusts and estates, inheritance tax planning, capital gains tax, remittance basis and non-domiciled planning, residency planning, advising on R&D tax credits, review of tax minimization strategies for US nationals living in the UK.

Arvinder prides himself on explaining complex tax advice in a manner that the client can understand and take action from. He has authored several articles in this area.

Outside of work Arvinder enjoys spending his days with his wife and two daughters, whether it be going for a jog or reading a great book.

Professional Affiliations

  • Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT)

Education

  • Ba (Hons) in Business Studies and Financial Services
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Prager Metis Announces 2022 Promotions, Naming Arvinder Matharu, Principal and Mark Carter, Partner of the Firm

January 1, 2022 – New York, NY — Prager Metis, a leading accounting and advisory firm with offices in North America, Europe, Asia, and the Metaverse congratulates Arvinder Matharu on his promotion to Principal and Mark Carter, now Partner of the London office, effective January 1, 2022.

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A friend of mine who is of Indian origin, was recently discussing with me how he had found a way to earn an eye-watering 9% interest on cash deposits. He explained that deposits held in an Indian bank account typically earn interest of 7-9% and that he is earning a small fortune on his deposits. Not meaning to bring my friend down to earth, I felt it necessary to make him aware of a few issues.

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