The M&A market has remained incredibly buoyant over the past year, despite the challenges presented by the ongoing pandemic. With rumours over potential changes to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) persisting, we expect the M&A activity boom to continue for the foreseeable future.
Now is the ideal time to look at estate and tax planning. Nicola Plant, our head of Private Client, explains why in this piece.
Woodland is increasingly being seen as a good investment opportunity but can often be overlooked by landowners and farm enterprises as part of their wider estates.
Simon Mitchell recently shared his thoughts with Wealth Briefing, looking at the recent proposed reforms to Capital Gains Tax and what this means for those potentially impacted.
In July 2020, the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) published an online survey to seek views of individuals with experience of dealing with CGT.
There has been a lot of mumbling in the press over the last few weeks about the Government reviewing potential changes to Capital Gains Tax (CGT) in order to help fund the cost of the COVID-19 crisis.
Q. We want to help our 20 year old daughter buy her first flat, but we’re worried about putting such a valuable asset directly in her name. Is there anything we can do to protect the property until she’s a bit older?