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What happens to a property in Switzerland on the death of its UK owner
What happens to the property in the event of the owner's death?
The Bank of Gran and Grandad
Research shows over a third of grandparents have given a financial boost to their grandchildren and a further third have plans to do so.
Will couples who were locked down together stay together? Cohabitation in the wake of COVID-19
When the first lockdown measures were introduced, many couples were faced with an ultimatum: either move in together or isolate separately
Is it really time for a wealth tax?
The UK currently has many tax reviews afoot, including a report pending on whether it is time for a wealth tax.
Landed Estates: The Whole Estate Plan
How the current market demonstrates the need for a clear whole estate plan rather than approaching each matter in isolation.
Tax thoughts on climbing the UK / Swiss real estate ladder – Part 2
In this series, we take a look at UK and Swiss tax issues which should be considered when climbing the English or Swiss real estate ladder.
Can I get a witness? Challenges for charities in the age of video witnessing
Following the recent move to allow video witnessing for Wills, as a legacy professional manager, how would this impact me?
“Every step of life shows much caution is required” - thoughts on virtual witnessing of Wills
The COVID-19 pandemic has jolted many into action to consider whether their affairs are in order.
Furlough fraud and other errors in coronavirus support claims: last chance saloon
Hugh looks at the recent clamping down of abuse of the furlough scheme by HMRC and the impact of the Finance Act 2020.
Adams v Carey - What does this mean for SIPP providers?
Jessica Arrol explores the case of Adams v Carey, and analyses what it means for SIPP providers?
Too much information? A significant development in HMRC powers
Hugh looks at the Finance Bill 2020/21 and its further measure giving HMRC a significant new power to obtain information.