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Business tax

Taxation, banking, and expats trying to make sense of it all

The Telegraph ran a story in 2016 detailing the limited options available to British expatriates seeking to keep their UK bank accounts open.

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When an inspector calls: How to prepare for a tax investigation

When your financial affairs come under the spotlight of a tax investigation, it can be an emotional rollercoaster ride.

What the Taxation Requirements for a SIPP?

In the wake of Brexit and other economic developments, the UK government has proposed a

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Essential data security measures you need to be using

One of the most important aspects of dealing with a client's financial details is making sure that any data provided to you is kept secure.

Personal tax

Happy new tax year! How to make the most of your ISA and pension

Spring brings many things: the London Marathon, golf’s US Masters, Shakespeare’s birthday, and most excitingly (in our opinion) the start of a new tax year!

What advantage do married couples have over co-habitants?

Tax benefits and shared pensions are hardly the most sexy or romantic of subjects and yet these contribute to the reasons marriage may be a positive idea for couples who are cohabiting anyway.

Where to put you £15,000 ISA allowance

If you’re thinking about your financial future, you may decide that opening an ISA – a tax-free cash ISA or tax-efficient stocks and shares ISA – is the right option for you.

Domicile for inheritance tax purposes

Q. Why is domicile important for inheritance tax purposes?

How entrepreneurs can take advantage of the tax gap