Tellworth Investments' Paul Marriage, manager of the UK Dynamic Absolute Return strategies, has warned of a bubble at the top end of the AIM market as a result of IHT funds piling into these stocks, adding there is a risk any tax changes could prompt them to flee the sector.
Investors in certain AIM [Alternative Investment Market] stocks can benefit from business property relief (BPR), which allows them to avoid any inheritance tax liability when they pass on holdings to their...
Pensions neglect to be criminal offence
All-day event on 24 April
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AFH has six segregated mandate funds