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 ...
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 ...
The growth in importance of private capital may be observed in absolute or relative terms, argues Smith & Williamson partner, Rupert ...
North West UK-based law firm strengthens family team
UK law firm Aaron & Partners has strengthened its family team with the appointment of Katie Hughes-Beddows as solicitor
Moore Stephens US Tax Services promotes US, UK and Swedish tax specialist to director
Moore Stephens US Tax Services Limited, part of the Moore Stephens Doeren Mayhew group, has made Linus Ostberg a director
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 ...
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 ...
Isle of Man launches further consultation on money laundering
The Isle of Man Financial Services Authority, together with the Department of Home Affairs and the Isle of Man Treasury, has ...
Instructions for a Will: The conflict of interest issue
Wedlake Bell's Ann Stanyer looks at conflicts of interest in Will drafting in the context of taking instructions from couples at ...
Bosses risking pensions to face up to seven years in jail
A new criminal offence of 'wilful or reckless behaviour' in relation to pensions will be introduced under the proposals to crack ...