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It is really important that people make the best use of their Inheritance Tax Allowance.

It is really important that people understand and have full knowledge about how they can use their Inheritance Tax Allowance and make sure that they utilise their full nil rate band.

It is also extremely important that people obtain their own advice regarding business, how this can be structured or re-structured to get the maximum out of the business they have built.

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16/01/2020

Divorce and finances: How to ensure the past doesn’t come back to haunt you

When you want to move on with your life post-divorce the last thing you need is unfinished business rearing its ugly head. If financial matters relating to your divorce are not fully and formally dealt with at the time, you will be living with a ticking time bomb that can detonate at any moment. Divorce…

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Laura Banks has been ranked in Chambers High Net Worth 2019. This guide identifies and ranks the top lawyers and law firms annually for international private wealth in over 180 jurisdictions throughout the world. Deborah Beal is recommended in the Legal 500 2019 Edition.

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27/03/2020

Charities, keep your eyes on your gifts in Wills planning throughout Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Katherine Ellis, the charity legacies expert at Thursfields, has some top tips for charities worried about the pandemic’s effect on legacy income. I know many charities have been rocked by COVID-19, and that those working on legacies will be worried about whether this form of income will dry up. However, I’d like to assure you…

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27/03/2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the importance of directors’ duties

During this time of commercial unrest it is paramount that company directors have at the forefront of their minds their statutory duties when making difficult decisions about the future of their businesses. Directors must remember that they remain subject to the statutory duties even during these difficult times which are to act in in good…

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