At some point or another, a time will come whereby a business owner will wish to sell or dispose of their business. However, whether moving on to pastures new or simply looking to shut-up shop, the business sale process poses a number of challenges – which is why it is wise to seek specialist advice.
The Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) has warned home-buyers to be ‘fraud-aware’, following new research into property crime.
New Government guidelines could mean that employers will no longer be able to stipulate sexist dress codes, such as the compulsory wearing of make-up, nail polish and high heels.
A member of the Palmers’ team took a leap of faith when she participated in a charity abseil recently.
A motorist who sat in the passenger seat as his semi-autonomous Tesla travelled along the busy M1 has narrowly avoided a custodial sentence, after being convicted of dangerous driving.
The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has launched an online survey urging members of the British public to share their experiences of Inheritance Tax (IHT) and consider whether they feel IHT ought to be simplified or reformed in the years ahead.
In the first known prosecution of its kind, a national recruitment company, accused of illegally ‘meddling’ with its workplace pensions scheme, is facing legal action from The Pensions Regulator (TPR).
Property and letting agents who are found to be handling client money without a Client Money Protection (CMP) scheme could face hefty fines under new regulations which will make such schemes mandatory for all agents.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is just a few weeks away – and fines for non-compliance are alarmingly high, which is why businesses need to act now to ensure they are fully compliant ahead of 25 May 2018.
Businesses need to be aware of changes to the taxation of termination payments which came into effect on 6 April.