After several false starts, there are now signs that the government has finally discouraged companies from using their structure to buy residential property, writes Kate Johnson
Financial Services & Tax
Too many investment advisers fail in their duty to periodically review their client's risk appetite; protect yourself or risk undesirable exposure
A wide variety of tax-free investments that together form a strong collective are waiting to be utilised by private clients
As the UK considers its position in the EU, where does the uncertainty and a potential 'out' vote leave the European assets of vulnerable clients?
Foundations are non-existent in the England and Wales legal toolbox - we generally use trusts to achieve the same effects. So what happens when beneficiaries dispute over a foundation, using a legal system ill-equipped to deal it?
Much like drink-driving, the letter of the law and the court of public opinion have rightly pushed aggressive tax avoidance into the past
The tax break will not apply to individual residential property investors
Withstanding the effects of time requires a well-constructed succession plan that is periodically reviewed, advises Suzannah Farnell