Expansion driven by demand from expats for help with their taxes.
New chancellor’s “primary challenge” is to reassure businesses and kick-start investment, says partner at law firm.
James Hay technical leader assesses the difference between growth versus income, or bonds versus collectives.
New chancellor Philip Hammond will look to take steps to revitalise growth in the face of economic uncertainty following the Brexit vote.
Mr Hammond’s voting record reveals he has generally voted for lower taxes and in favour of measures to cut tax avoidance.
New rules linking probate fees to size of estate are effectively a new tax, warns law firm.
Analysis & Opinion
Maximising tax allowances has always been at the heart of tax planning. Danny Cox explains the latest changes to personal allowances.
New rules mean a couple can leave up to £1m IHT-free, and there is still an important role for protection in estate planning, Sam Barrett writes.
Inheritance tax is the linchpin of many areas of tax planning, but the landscape keeps changing. Danny Cox explains.
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