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Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The Chancellor announced on 24 September 2020 that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS), which ends on 31 October 2020, would be followed by the Job Support Scheme (JSS).
Withers LLP
Several initiatives announced during 2020 highlight the IRS's efforts to track and enforce US tax and reporting obligations of high-net worth individuals on their worldwide assets.
Withers LLP
In sudden downturns and times of uncertainty – in this case, exacerbated by a pandemic situation – investors lean towards stable returns.
The Sovereign Group
No tax is popular but ‘death taxes' –death duties, inheritance tax or estate tax – are generally more unpopular than most.
Taylor Vinters
If you're seeking to pass your assets to the younger generation, there are various options.
Clyde & Co
As part of the government's plans to support the UK economic recovery, in July it announced plans to pay a Job Retention Bonus.
Proskauer Rose LLP
The Government announced on 23rd September that the Budget scheduled for November would, as a result of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, now not take place.
Withers LLP
An art collection can take a lifetime to put together and many considerations can influence a collector's decisions when it comes to planning their legacy and the devolution ...
The Sovereign Group
It is entirely sensible to assume that whatever the situation is now, visitors to the UK may get stuck there.
Gilson Gray
We have highlighted previously how Coronavirus has had an impact on many things in relation to the administration of a deceased's estate.
Withers LLP
In addition to focusing on safety and cash flow during the COVID-19 pandemic, family business owners must be mindful of the upcoming November election and the likely impact of the results...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
In scenes somewhat reminiscent of a pantomime, since Sunday we have seen a leak from the Treasury that meaningful capital tax rises are forthcoming...
Withers LLP
Beginning early this year, COVID-19 started spreading in the United States, with some states hit harder than others. People who had the means and ability left the hard-hit
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Following the significant increase in public expenditure as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, speculation has been mounting as to which taxes the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, is likely to increase in order to pay for this.
Wrigleys Solicitors
The House of Commons Treasury Committee has taken evidence from a panel of tax experts on its inquiry called "Tax after Coronavirus".
Clyde & Co
You may have already heard about the Chancellor's announcements to stimulate the economy and save jobs.
Withers LLP
In this podcast, we look at the structuring of family offices for tax and investment benefits. Our host and head of the family office practice, Ivan Sacks, talks to Bill Kambas
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
According to recent research over a third of grandparents have given a financial boost to their grandchildren and a further third have plans to do so.
lus Laboris
COVID-19 is causing many employees to ask if they can work from ‘home' for an extended period in an overseas country, for example
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
We find ourselves as a nation facing exceptional circumstances – not to mention exceptional public finances.
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