John Williams, head of wealth planning, highlights what potential UK tax changes we might see in the coming months as the chancellor of the exchequer seeks to increase tax revenue.
Mary Humphreys and Marcus Prevel of Nedgroup Trust discussed the use of trusts by families in today's world, and how wealth structures can help the transfer of assets across generations.
David McFadzean joined Marcus Dixon of LonRes and Rob Cohen of the MJ Group to discuss the current state of London's residential property market, what's been behind the news headlines and what to expect in the coming months.
Most calendars start on 1 January and end on 31 December, but not the UK personal tax year. Karen Bennett explains the history behind the date as the Office for Tax Simplification considers changing the tax year end date.
Mary Humphreys of Nedgroup Trust was joined by Anna Douglass of Ferbrache & Farrell LLP as they discussed the future of English residential property as an investment opportunity.
While parents and grandparents were already property financiers before the pandemic, the period since saw far more support for the next generation. But does this support have long-term, unforeseen ramifications?
On International Women's Day, Karen Bennett speaks to women across Nedbank Private Wealth to hear their thoughts on how women could choose to challenge their approach to their finances and investments.
Rachel de Souza of RSM joined our own John Williams to discuss the UK Budget announced on 3 March. They highlighted what the announcements meant for private clients who file taxes in the UK.
Internationals moving to the UK are able to remain non-domiciled, which offers opportunities and pitfalls, as our host, John Williams, and his guest, Mike Curran of PwC, explained in this webinar.
The countdown to 14 February 2021 is different this year for many a reason, especially in the UK. However, you can be just as romantic, albeit with a financial gift. Pippa Vick explains.