Britons at a loss when it comes to inheritance tax
The lack of awareness regarding inheritance tax (IHT) has increased in the last year according to a new report, which has found that 50 per cent of over 45-year-olds are unaware their main property could be subject to IHT.
A new study into the Bank of Mum and Dad (BoMaD) has revealed that parents who help their children onto the property are not high earners, contrary to popular belief.
If you own property in a student city you may be tempted to allow a group of the budding scholars to rent it out. It can be a good idea, the flow of tenants is consistent and unaffected by most of the economic shakes that can negatively impact the fully developed renter.
We are delighted that Palmers has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award which recognises excellence in staff wellbeing.
There’s a lot to consider when it comes to thinking about Inheritance Tax, Wills and Lasting Powers of Attorney.
New law aims to safeguard tenants’ rights
A new law will ensure that private and social rented properties will meet certain safety standards throughout a tenancy, the Government has announced.
The start of a New Year is always a good time to sort out things that you have put off or promised yourself you’d do but never quite managed to get around to.
Partner, Surjit Verdi, has said that couples who are splitting up should be wary of falling into the trap of the divorce ‘blame game’. She made the comments during what is one of the busiest times in the year for couples divorcing.
More than three quarters (78 per cent) of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are having to wait more than one month beyond agreed payment terms before they are paid, a new study reveals.
A sex discrimination challenge brought before an Employment Tribunal could have ‘significant ramifications’, it has been warned.