When considering the new rules for UK-resident non-doms, we must remember that paying the £30,000 charge means that all income and gains arising abroad will avoid tax on the arising basis.
The overall aim is to allow investors to compare fund yields on a like-for-like basis, helping them understand what yields show and how they are calculated and giving information about the dist-ributions they might receive from funds.
Mortgage brokers are calling on the FSA to clarify its definitions of adviser status after it signalled a rule change on mandatory disclosure of status during a speech on dual pricing.
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By Douglas Turnbull, Head of Chinese Equities After rallying around 150 per cent since the middle of 2014, mainland China’s ‘A Share’ market has corrected almost 35 per cent since mid-June.* Douglas Turnbull, manager of the Neptune China and Neptune Greater China Income funds, looks at the reasons behind this recent volatility… Click here to […]
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