The growth in importance of private capital may be observed in absolute or relative terms, argues Smith & Williamson partner, Rupert ...
UK Government stats show trusts income has plunged by £500 million
The number of trusts and estates for which a full self-assessment (SA) are required has fallen to 156,500 in 2016-17 from ...
Brits find bragging about salary and not paying your share of bill biggest financial blunders
Taking too long to pay someone back, bragging about your salary and not paying your fair share of the bill are ...
Number of divorcing couples disputing money in court rises
The number of court disputes over money between divorcing couples has risen 13 percent to 4,120 in 2017-18 for the year ...
Investors cash in on 'nervous' prime property sellers
A buying rush at the top of London's prime property market could indicate prices have hit bottom, with some homes selling ...
'Overly complex' divorce system needs reforming
The "overly complex" divorce system in England and Wales needs reforming, says the Nuffield Foundation.
Inheritance plays major role in home ownership, Collyer Bristow finds
The number of people taking out mortgages has increased for the first time in a decade, representing an increase in homeownership ...
Prime property sales continue to fall, says Coutts
Sales transactions in Prime Central London in the last quarter of 2018 were 12.7 percent down on Q4 2017, according to ...
The urgency to reform cohabitation laws has never been greater
Seddons' Deborah Jeff examines what rights cohabiting couples actually have and why people need to be aware this...
HMRC expected to receive £6.5 billion from Inheritance Tax this year
HMRC is expected to gain £6.5 billion from Inheritance Tax (IHT) in 2019, according to accountancy firm Smith Cooper