Entrepreneurs’ relief is on the face of it a very simple relief. Most people who have considered it will tell you that it delivers an effective rate of 10 per cent on chargeable gains of up to £1m made on the disposal of a qualifying business asset. Most will also probably know that the £1m limit is a cumulative lifetime limit.
The past 12 months have seen a swathe of new rules and guidance hit the advice space. Here, Money Marketing’s experts sift through the noise to provide their key takeaways. Crunch time for culture issues Vicky Pearce, director at B-Compliant As the year draws to a close, looking back over 2018 one of the key […]
I have just visited Japan and while there I could not help but think about the concept of zen. This is both something we are – our true nature expressing itself moment by moment – and something we do: a disciplined practice through which we can realise the joy of being. It strikes me that […]
The total value of pension transfers rose slightly from £8.2bn in the second quarter of the year to £8.6bn in the third quarter, the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show. This is down from a high of £10.6bn in the first quarter, however, with experts predicting long-term decline as advisers exit the […]