Wealth Health and Inheritance Briefing – November 2018

Welcome to the November issue of WHIB, our last of 2018. The first Monday budget for over 50 years was a quiet affair for private client advisers; we summarise the main points in our leading article. Also in this issue we introduce you to Rebecca Clarke and Nicola Walker, our new private client solicitors based...
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Wealth Health and Inheritance Briefing – September 2018

Welcome to the autumn edition of WHIB In today’s geographically mobile world the question of a person’s domicile becomes ever more complicated to determine and yet it is a vital concept for determining tax liabilities, and in which country’s courts an individual can bring proceedings. Our lead article this month looks at the importance of...
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Wealth Health and Inheritance Briefing – July 2018

Welcome to the July edition of the Wealth, Health and Inheritance briefing The summer has got off to a surprising start with a heatwave and an uplifting World Cup campaign so I hope that this issue finds all our readers in good spirits. In this edition our specialists examine the actions that should be taken...
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Wealth Health and Inheritance Briefing – May 2018

Welcome to the May 2018 issue of WHIB In this edition we look at the stamp duty land tax advantages of buying a building plot compared to a plot with a dwelling already on it. Our inheritance tax experts look at anomalies in IHT affecting businesses and farms (as highlighted in the Office of Tax...
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Wealth Health and Inheritance Briefing – Spring 2018

Welcome to the Spring 2018 issue of WHIB Recent data breaches have highlighted the requirement for businesses to protect their clients’ data, so in this issue we look at what your organisation needs to do to be ready for the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations next month. We look at first time buyers’...
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Wealth Health and Inheritance Briefing – January 2018

Welcome to the January 2018 issue of WHIB and a happy new year to you all Sadly we find that divorce instructions often increase in the post-Christmas period and in this issue we look at two related concerns: pre and post nuptial settlements which can help protect wealth if your client’s marriage breaks down; and...
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Wealth Health and Inheritance Briefing – November 2017

Welcome to the November edition of WHIB One of the key points in last week’s autumn budget was the abolition of stamp duty land tax for first time buyers on purchases of residential property of up to £300,000. Our article looks briefly at this new measure and considers whether there are more tax changes to...
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Wealth Health and Inheritance Briefing – September 2017

Welcome to the Autumn 2017 edition of the Wealth, Health and Inheritance Briefing Retired judge Denzil Lush excited a great deal of debate recently when he said that he would not enter into a lasting power of attorney. In this issue we consider his remarks and whether or not you, and your clients, should draw...
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Wealth Health and Inheritance Briefing – May 2017

Welcome to the May 2017 edition As the “snap” general election approaches our summary of the Conservative party and Labour party plans in respect of capital taxation and private client matters is required reading. Following a recent Supreme Court decision, we consider whether your clients can exclude their adult children from their Wills without repercussions,...
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Wealth Health and Inheritance Briefing – March 2017

Welcome to the March 2017 edition We have a bumper issue this month with coverage of the Spring Budget, the large rise in probate court fees, the crucial decision on cohabitants’ pension rights and a look at several cases involving claims against financial advisers. We also consider how your family company owner clients can reduce...
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