Practice Notes: Tax & Wealth structuring

Mind the IHT gap

Simon Dawson explores how firms can use contemporary solutions to assist clients facing the ‘IHT gap’

02 Oct 2021

‘Super-deduction’ tax break ‘grossly unfair’ for professional services industry 

Many professional services businesses set to miss out on £25 billion 'super-deduction' tax break

05 Mar 2021

Budget: No ‘sharp teeth’ on tax, but avoidance schemes will feel the bite 

Anticipated tax increases failed to materialise, though new steps on tax avoidance were unveiled

04 Mar 2021

Veering off default

Matthew Duncan considers the judge’s approach to assessing damages where solicitors had been negligent in creating a trust scheme

26 Feb 2021

Covid recovery wealth tax

Matthew Duncan considers the implications of a proposed wealth tax to help fund significant shortfalls in the public purse

04 Feb 2021

Money-laundering: register by Sunday or stop tax advice work

Firms and freelance solicitors have until Sunday 10 January to check whether any of their tax advice work falls within the new definition for money-launder

05 Jan 2021

Proposed wealth tax an ‘exceptional’ crisis response

A so-called wealth tax on UK individuals has been proposed by the Wealth Tax Commission as a crisis response to covid-19

09 Dec 2020

Saving for the future

The benefits of a pension scheme for self-employed partners far outweigh the complexity of the pension rules, according to Howard Hackney 

21 Oct 2020

Valuable opportunities

Covid-19 is impacting on valuations and potential opportunities in private client, says Matthew Duncan

08 Jul 2020

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