Almost half of Brits who have a parent, guardian or partner have not had the “difficult conversation” about finances on death, a major study has revealed.
As post-Brexit changes continue to touch upon many areas of our lives, one area which has seen relatively little impact has been Wills and Probate.
The Government has confirmed that the implementation of ‘no-fault’ divorce will be delayed from ‘autumn 2021’ to April 2022.
More people than ever are giving to charity in their Will to mitigate their Inheritance Tax bill, a major study has revealed.
The housing price boom has subsided slightly with a drop of 0.5 per cent in residential transactions in June, according to the latest House Price Index from the Halifax.
Employers are being encouraged to take a sympathetic view to employees returning to the workplace, now that virtually all restrictions in England have been lifted.
A payroll services business owner has been banned from acting as a director after orchestrating a multi-million-pound tax avoidance scheme.
Small businesses attracted a “record” amount of equity investment throughout the coronavirus pandemic, new figures have revealed.
A new digital intellectual property service could slash the time it takes to renew IP rights from five days to just five minutes.
Following the end of the moratorium on business evictions, commercial landlords have confirmed there is still ‘breathing space’ to agree an arrangement for the payment of arrears.