Pensions could easily provide double the return of property over next 20 years
Investing in a pension could provide double the return of a buy-to-let investment over the next 20 years, even with lower ...
Switzerland and Singapore sign information agreement exchange
Switzerland has signed an agreement on the automatic exchange of information with Singapore
HMRC accelerated payment policy nets more than £4 billion from tax avoiders
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has collected more than £4 billion through the 'pay now, dispute later' rules for people who ...
The week on eprivateclient: Berwin Leighton Paisner, Deloitte, Finance Bill and more...
A look at the top stories this week on eprivateclient...
Delay to Making Tax Digital 'welcome news', Saffery Champness private wealth head says
HMRC's decision to delay Making Tax Digital (MTD) is "certainly welcome news", according to partner and head of private wealth at ...
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
Taylor Review is an attempt to 'bring the taxman into 21st Century'
The Taylor Review, a major report on the UK's working practices, has been published. Authored by Matthew Taylor, a former adviser ...
Barbados becomes 101st jurisdiction to sign OECD BEPS framework
Barbados has joined the OECD's Inclusive Framework (IF) on BEPS, becoming the 101st jurisdiction to do so