14 December 2017

Phil Wickenden: The instant gratification of tax minimisation

The demand for instant results is seeping into every corner of our lives, making us far less patient. But that is good news for tax planning. Or it should be. The Pew Research Centre has described the dangers of hyperconnected lives with what sounds like a prescription drug warning: “Negative effects include a need for […]


Nick Bamford: Contingent charging scares off clients

I received a new enquiry by email this morning. It contained a statement from the sender as follows: “I have spoken to a number of advisers but I feel they are trying to sell me products rather than give me impartial advice. What I want is some proper advice for which I can pay a fee […]