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The most flexible way in which you can draft a Will is to leave the whole of the estate on a trust for a wide class of beneficiaries. Those beneficiaries will typically include the deceased’s wife, children and grandchildren. The advantages You can leave instructions to the Trustees asking them […]

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WHERE ARE WE HEADED? Chancellor Rishi Sunak set out a Budget prioritising the protection of businesses during the pandemic. Our report highlights the headlines that may have an impact on your family, your business and your wealth going forward. Please follow our link to read our report on the how the budget […]

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The Government have now responded to the Consultation process – a copy of the Consultation paper is attached for your reference and the salient points for your benefit are summarised below. By way of background, when the government introduced the 2015 NHS Pensions scheme (pushing back the retirement age to […]

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Following on from our recent guidance on NHS death in service benefits and the importance of having an up to date will, from a tax point of view (an unromantic proposition to say the least), there are several tax benefits worth bearing in mind when it comes to marriage. Additionally, many couples […]

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The Incorporation of PCNs has been very topical in recent months and rightly so. There have been substantial changes in terms of availability of funding, staff and accessing NHS pensions and the governance of how to run your PCN. As a result, many PCNs are reconsidering their financial models in particular, whether […]

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By far the company purchase of an electric vehicle is currently one of the biggest employee incentives and we have been inundated with queries following our budget newsletter earlier this year. As mentioned in our newsletter, the purchase of an electric car via a company is fully tax deductible and […]

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