A new study has revealed that the Essex town of Colchester may offer the best returns for property investors.
A new study has revealed that 61 per cent of property investors admit they are concerned about the impact of Capital Gains Tax on non-resident investors in UK real estate.
The law relating to statutory holiday pay and part-time staff was clarified recently, after an Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) ruled that a part-time music teacher had been unfairly discriminated against.
Dedicated Palmers team members have been rewarded for their efforts in mentoring local schoolchildren and taking part in careers activities.
More than 100 colleges have been warned that they “need to familiarise themselves” with the new Further Education Insolvency rules.
It has been revealed that veteran entertainer, Sir Bruce Forsyth, left almost his entire £11.5 million fortune to his wife Wilnelia, meaning that his estate avoided costly Inheritance Tax (IHT) duties.
A landmark case in the Supreme Court has found that a worker was unlawfully labelled as self-employed instead of as a worker for the company.
A couple’s divorce proceedings have reached the UK’s highest court after two lower courts denied a wife’s divorce petition.
The recent relaxation of motorway regulations could cause confusion for learner drivers, according to Palmers’ motoring law expert.
In life, we never quite know what’s around the corner. According to the latest figures from the Alzheimer’s Society, there are currently some 850,000 people who have been diagnosed with dementia in the UK – a number which is estimated to hit one million by 2025.