COIVD-19 Stamp Duty Holidays The Chancellor of the Exchequer – Rishi Sunak – announced a stamp duty ‘holiday’ bringing the 0% threshold up from £125,000 to £500,000 for purchases of 
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Megh-xit – Royal Family International Tax Tactics You would most likely have to had to have been sleeping under a rock these past weeks to have not heard about the 
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HOT TAX TOPIC: Re-domiciling Offshore Companies to the UK For a number of very good reasons, it was once (not all that long ago!) a popular piece of tax planning 
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Ten Tax Efficient Benefits, Bonuses & Incentives to Reward UK Employees As the end of the calendar year is approaching, it is normally the time that employers and employees are 
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Tax can be Taxing – Stress, Suicide & April Loan Charge Working in tax, my colleagues and I know all too well about the disguised remuneration loan charge, indeed, we 
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Hello? Is it “MDR” you’re looking for? Multiple Dwelling Relief (“MDR”) was introduced in July 2011. MDR is intended to provide some relief from Stamp duty Land Tax (“SDLT) where 
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No likey, no lighty – taxation implications of divorce Whilst not the most romantic reason to pop the question, marriage and civil partnership do have many tax advantages, particularly from 
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