One in four primary school kids use their parents' bank card, research finds
Nearly one in four primary school children (23 percent) have used their parents' card to make purchases and one in five ...
Guernsey based ARC completes management buyout
Guernsey-based Asset Risk Consultants (ARC) has completed its management buy-out (MBO) and is now majority-owned by its employees
Shoosmiths hires new head of contentious trusts and probate team for the South of England
UK national law firm Shoosmiths has continued its expansion of its contentious trusts and probate offering with the recruitment of Angela ...
Panama Papers fallout see series of raids by Canadian tax agency
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has carried out three search warrants this week (14 February 2018), during the course of an ...
Tax tribunal decision deals blow for BBC TV stars
In the first of a number of similar cases, the UK's tax tribunal has dealt a blow to television presenters working ...
The week on eprivateclient: Maitland, 'million-heirs', TMF Group and more...
A look at the top stories on eprivateclient this week...
Scottish law firm Urquharts expands private client team with two hires from Shoosmiths
Edinburgh based law firm, Urquharts, has strengthened its private client offering with the addition of two new members to the team
First Names hires new group managing director of corporate services from JTC Group
2017 eprivateclient Top Trust Company, First Names Group, has appointed Stuart Pinnington as group managing director - corporate services
Seddons' research finds vast majority of UK couples shun prenups and cohabitation agreements
Research commissioned by London law firm Seddons, in conjunction with the Marriage Foundation, has found a staggeringly low level of interest ...
Thank tax for that: Five reasons why paying tax isn't as bad as you think
Steve Hale - partner at Perrys Chartered Accountants - discusses five reasons why tax should be celebrated rather than commiserated