The Solicitors Regulation Authority is looking increasingly at the financial stability of firms. Have you taken a look at your financials recently to see how you are doing? More to the point, do [...]
Office 365 - A look at some of the additional services provided with this cloud based version of Microsoft’s Office Suite and how they can enhance the private client practitioner's working practices
Tax law has a habit of changing and certainly in the 20 or so years since Nil Rate Band Discretionary Trusts (NRB DT) were popular it has changed for income tax as well as IHT purposes.
This case reconfirms the requirements for a Will to be valid and also looks at the ever-popular issues of capacity and knowledge and approval, wading through conflicting evidence from the parties.
The recent case of Pratt (G Pratt and Sons v HMRC (TC 1269)), questioned whether expenses, particularly those on replacement or re-surfacing, are revenue or capital in nature. This question is [...]