The week on eprivateclient: Berwin Leighton Paisner, Deloitte, Finance Bill and more...
A look at the top stories this week on eprivateclient...
Reintroduction of Finance Bill 'good news' for non-doms
The Government's confirmation of its intention to reintroduce the Finance Bill after the summer recess, with all previously announced measures to ...
Through the looking glass - disclosure of trusts
With the UK General Election over we return to the issue of the disclosure of trusts, as the unstoppable transparency juggernaut ...
UK Government updates IHT legislation on overseas property representing UK residential property
The UK Government has published updated legislation for Inheritance Tax on overseas property representing UK residential property
UK Law Commission calls for 'outdated' law of wills to be overhauled
The outdated law of wills in England & Wales needs an overhaul according to the Law Commission
Ex-HMRC adviser convicted of fraud
A former HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) employee from Dudley, who lied on her tax credits claims to steal more than ...
The last offshore tax haven still standing. Really?
The Caribbean jurisdiction of Trinidad & Tobago represents the world's last remaining tax haven, marking an historic eclipse of the "pirates ...
Irwin Mitchell rounds up key issues affecting private wealth post-election
Theresa May and the DUP have agreed a deal and the conservatives will attempt to run a minority government. Law firm ...
Ecclestone/Stunt divorce to be 'anything but straightforward' law firm advises
The divorce between Bernie Ecclestone's daughter Petra Ecclestone and James Stunt "will be anything but straight forward", according to solicitor at ...
Transport company boss shipped to jail for £174k VAT fraud
A Perthshire transport company boss has been jailed for 32 months for a £174,000 VAT fraud, after lying about his company ...