Wrigleys promotes two trainees to solicitors
Northern law firm Wrigleys Solicitors has permanently appointed former trainees Charlotte Pegg and Nick Dunn in its Leeds office.
The top 6 things on the private client industry's 2018 Budget wishlist
As Chancellor Phillip Hammond prepares to deliver the 2018 UK Budget on Monday, eprivateclient compiled the top five talking points from ...
Heterosexual civil partnerships: The tax angle
Following the news that heterosexual couples can use civil partnerships in the UK, Kingston Smith's Lynne Rowland and Mahendree Naidoo have ...
Rolex watches and colourful Swatches land Liverpool pub landlords in jail
A Liverpool couple who dodged tax and swindled benefits to fund a luxury lifestyle must repay £355,000 or face more time ...
Woman facing unexplained wealth order (UWO) over UK property and assets identified
A woman who lost her challenge against an unexplained wealth order (UWO) has been identified as Zamira Hajiyeva, according to reports
Boodle Hatfield appoints new property finance partner
Law firm Boodle Hatfield has appointed Adam Chamberlain as a property finance partner, effective October 8 2018.
Company bosses jailed after stealing hundreds of thousands of pounds in tax
A pair of company bosses, who "spun a web of lies" so they could steal more than £360,000 through various tax ...
Brits becoming more entrepreneurial, new research finds
Over a third (36 percent) of Britons, which equates to 19 million people, believe that they will be richer than their ...
UK stamp duty tax receipts increase by six percent
Stamp duty taxes receipts increased by six percent to £16.425 billion between 2016-17 and 2017-18, according to statistics released by HMRC
UK court rejects Unexplained Wealth Order challenge over multi-million pound property
A challenge against an Unexplained Wealth Order (UWO) by a wealthy banker's wife has been dismissed by the high court, meaning ...