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 ...
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 ...
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...
January people moves 2019
A round up of the private client sector's movers and shakers in January 2019
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
Increasing number of retirees raid pension pots early
The number of pensioners who felt they needed to dip into pension pots grew by a third last quarter year on ...
Triple whammy for Scottish taxpayers
Higher rate Scots taxpayers will pay more tax than other UK taxpayers, following the combined effects of the Scottish and UK ...
Jersey's International Savings Plan likely to create work from global businesses, says Ogier
Jersey's new International Savings Plan (ISP) structure which came into play this month will create new work streams from global businesses, ...
Ten ways your tax return can make you wealthier
The annual tax return is a miserable business for most people with 5.5 million people not filing their tax return at ...
ISAs save £30 billion in income tax over 20 year history - Hargreaves Lansdown
In the 20 years since ISAs were introduced, over £8.74 trillion has been put into them, with an estimated £30 billion ...