HMRC encourages married and civil partnership couples to take advantage of marriage allowance
With the most romantic day of the year having just passed, HMRC is sharing the love this Valentine's and encouraging married ...
Probate fee hike: Potential implications on individuals and families
Head of probate at Thomson Snell & Passmore, Helen Stewart, looks at the impact that the proposed probate fees might have ...
Cayman Islands introduces new validity of Wills laws
The Cayman Islands has introduced a new law, entitled Formal Validity of Wills (Persons Dying Abroad) Law 2018, which came into ...
Guernsey Finance appoints new London representative
Guernsey Finance has appointed Christine Gill as London representative, to "build on positive steps taken to enhance business connections in the ...
UBS fined over EUR 4 billion in tax fraud case
UBS AG and UBS (France) SA have been found guilty by the French trial court of illicit solicitation and laundering of ...
Could an unsent text message override your Will?
When it comes to succession planning many individuals, together with their advisers, spend years planning and making preparations. However, at a ...
Carey Olsen appoints global general counsel
Offshore law firm Carey Olsen has appointed Karen Le Cras as global general counsel to the firm.
Record dividend pay outs dampened by tax increases
The amount of investments an individual can hold outside an ISA or pension before paying dividend tax has fallen by almost ...
OECD seeks views of Channel Island taxpayers
The OECD is seeking comments from taxpayers in certain jurisdictions, including Jersey and Guernsey, regarding improving the tax treaty dispute resolution ...
The growth in importance of private capital may be observed in absolute or relative terms, argues Smith & Williamson partner, Rupert ...