Tax & Wealth structuring

NIC rise will see ‘big law firm partners’ pay a little more

Treasury seeks higher contributions from lawyers while HMRC targets advisers who enable tax avoidance schemes

Tax planning for everyone

Following the media furore over the late Duke of Westminster’s estate, Eamonn Daly highlights the differences between legitimate tax arrangements and abusive avoidance

Assets in the attic

John FitzGerald advises executors on the operation of the government’s acceptance in lieu scheme

Post-Osborne estate planning

With a new chancellor of the exchequer at the helm, John Bunker urges lawyers not to lose sight of the reforms introduced by his predecessor

About time

Following the long-awaited consultation on reforms to the taxation of non-doms, Kate Johnson issues a plea to the government to give practitioners the time to advise clients clearly in future

Waiting for Brexit

Wealth management practitioners will need to pay close attention to the implications of the Leave vote for the Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive and to the outcome of the revised DOTAS consultation, write Victoria Mahon de Palacios and Sally Spicer

Need for evidence causes HMRC to ramp up property raids

New corporate offence of ‘failing to prevent’ tax evasion could fuel upward trend further, says expert