Impartial, independent professional advice is not cheap and one of the often-discussed contributory factors in this cost is that of regulation. The Financial Services Compensation Scheme interim levy bills are a good example of regulatory costs pressures. Adviser firms have little choice but to find a, hopefully, palatable way to pass this on to the […]
By Mark Sands and Valentina Romeo After five weeks of fierce election campaigning, the results are in. Both the FTSE 100 and the pound jumped on the news of an unexpected majority secured by the Conservatives, a result far removed from the hung parliament scenario consistently touted by the pollsters. But the election throws up […]
Jelf, an independent full-service UK-based brokerage that supports businesses and individuals, has announced its interim results.
When Neil Woodford announced he was leaving Invesco Perpetual to set up his own fund management business, the industry oscillated between eagerly anticipating his next venture and questioning how Invesco Perpetual would cope without arguably its biggest asset. After all, the top dog of equity income, Woodford had spent the bulk of his career at […]
Survey reveals three-fifths of people with potential inheritance tax bill unaware their estate may be liable for IHT Over half don’t know that IHT rate is charged at 40 per cent Record HMRC tax receipts show that families are losing out due to lack of knowledge 78 per cent believe wealth should stay in the hands of […]
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