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Welcome to this month's edition of Private Client Issues, Blake Morgan's monthly round-up of the topics you may find of interest.
Our experts share their views on the 2016 Autumn Statement announced today.
People who own digital currency such as Bitcoins risk their funds being lost forever after they die unless they leave a “digital trail” for relatives to follow, experts have warned.
The 3% stamp duty land tax (SDLT) surcharge can now apply to additional residential properties including those inherited.
The non-doms taxation reforms in 2017/18 mean that non-domiciled individuals owning property in the UK, whether in their own name or through a trust or company, will be subject to inheritance tax on that property.
The rise in probate court fees is a wealth tax by any other name, deemed affordable at a vulnerable time, on death. It has been brought in as a fee to avoid both the parliamentary scrutiny rightly required for tax and the PR fallout for politicians.
On 10 August the Government published its response to a consultation on the taxation of termination payments. Lisa Wallis and Ruth Christy consider the Government's plans in more detail and their implications.
As property prices continue to soar across the UK, the dream of owning a home appears to be slipping away from a vast number of under 35’s. Unsurprisingly, the 'Bank of Mum and Dad' seems a very attractive option.
Rebecca Davies was just a few months old when she was involved in an horrific car accident that changed her life forever.