The government's intermingling of terminology covering tax avoidance and tax evasion highlights the need to take extra care with any form of planning that seeks to reduce tax liabilities, warns Phil Cook
The UK finds itself facing up to greater uncertainty following the outcome of the snap general election - and it is not just limited to negotiations with the European Union. Government spending patterns...
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Neil MacGillivray: Will the tax advantages for married couples and civil partnerships remain a happy home?
The new calendar year has come and gone and so, as we start the edge closer to the end of the tax year, Neil MacGillivray looks at the planning opportunities available to married couples and civil partners
The Christmas general election of 2019 will soon be upon us and so, here, Jonathan Simmons explores the parties' inheritance tax plans...
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A storm has caused havoc in the adviser platform market over the last couple of years, says Tom Ellis, but advice firms will no doubt be expecting to see some sunshine soon
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