Bishop Fleming’s probate service: how we can help

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It has now been over two years since Bishop Fleming launched its probate service. We asked the Head of Probate and Bishop Fleming Partner Alison Oliver about why the service was launched and how it […]

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Probate fees – a new stealth tax hidden from the Budget

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A Top 30 advisory firm warns that, from April 2019, relatives inheriting estates worth more than £300,000 face a new probate stealth tax not mentioned in the recent Budget, as the Government looks at sneaky […]

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Cracking the Christmas tax code

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Christmas is a time of giving, but keeping the tax office off the gift list may require some careful advanced planning. At this time of year it is wise to dust off the tax code […]

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Have you lost your Entrepreneurs’ Relief?

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Following the 2018 Autumn Budget, anyone planning to claim Entrepreneurs’ Relief against their Capital Gains Tax bill needs to urgently review their position to ensure they still qualify. Tax Partner Paul Morris explains. Shareholders in […]

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Budget 2018 – Changes to Payroll

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Senior Manager of Bishop Fleming’s Payroll Service, Lee Hellingsworth, takes a look at how the autumn Budget 2018 affects employers. Before moving into the details, I must say that it is not surprising that more […]

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Budget 2018 – Private Client review

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Tax Partner Christine Tuckerman takes a look at how the autumn Budget affects private clients and their wealth. Despite much media chatter about a new wealth tax, the Chancellor decided to leave well alone, at […]

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Autumn Budget 2018 – Rise in National Living Wage

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Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced that the rates of the National Living Wage and National Minimum Wage are rising from 1 April 2019. The hourly rates will increase in April 2019: from £7.83 to £8.21 […]

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Autumn Budget 2018 at a glance

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Autumn Budget 2018 announcements made on 29 October. The first Budget to be held on a Monday since 1962 may well be Philip Hammond’s last (we’ve said that before), as there could be some scary consequences ahead from Brexit, and […]

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Budget 2018 – what should the Chancellor do for SMEs?

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In the fifth of our thought leadership pieces ahead of the Budget on 29 October 2018, we take a look at what the Chancellor could do for Small and Medium-Sized businesses (SMEs). We sat down with Bishop […]

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Taxing Cryptocurrencies

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Taxing Cryptocurrencies is a key issue following the rise in value of such currencies as Bitcoin, where holders have sought to cash in on the gains. Here, Mark Richdon (pictured left) and Stephen Martin (pictured right) discuss […]

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