Can I contest my uncle’s will?

Are dependants able to make a legal claim against beneficiaries?

How to . . . become an angel investor

The risks of investing in start-ups can be mitigated

Tax avoiders face reputational threat

Revenue encourages ‘serial’ avoiders to settle tax debts

Investors pay £600m in avoidance bills

Ten thousand accelerated payment notices were issued in 2014-15

Chart that tells a story — Summer Budget

Personal tax increases are expected to exceed tax cuts by far

Wage forecasts undermine tax band rise

Higher rate taxpayer numbers are expected to grow further

Osborne has hit on a better pension plan

Taxing retirement savings in the same way as Isas would be simpler and allow greater freedom

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Avoidance claims focus on BPRA investors

Many commercial property schemes have been deemed abusive

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Budget has far-reaching implications

Reforms reach across the fiscal playing field

Clampdown on mobile non-doms cautioned

Reforms could prompt wealthy foreign residents to leave the UK

Budget grants new powers to Revenue

Tax authority will be able to access bank accounts

Dividend tax rules change to hit 700,000

Top-rate taxpayers with £25,250 in dividends ‘face higher bills’

Chart that tells a story — income tax

UK income tax regime has become more progressive since 2000

Summer Budget: experts’ verdict

What the Budget means for you and your finances

Osborne raises income tax thresholds

Millions set to pay less from next year

Inheritance tax cut confirmed

Tax break targets middle class families

Shake-up of pensions tax relief considered

Overhaul to tackle rising costs of encouraging retirement saving

Summer Budget: Private equity ‘carried interest’ blow

CGT now applied to full deal profits

Vehicle duty revamp harks back to 1930s

Rules catch up with technology of tax-free fuel-efficient cars

Dividend raid to hit investors

Scrapping dividend levy credits is bad news for self-employed

PERSONAL FINANCE AWARDS

FT Money won Financial National Title of the Year at the Santander UK Financial Media Awards 2014


FT Money was named Publication of the Year for 2014 by the CFA Society of the UK


The team were also runners-up for Best Use of Social Media at the Santander Media Awards 2014


Pensions correspondent Josephine Cumbo was named Journalist of the Year for the national press by the Society of Pension Professionals

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